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Marijuana Legalization on the Table in Maryland

The new bill would legalize recreational cannabis and erase criminal penalties for those incarcerated.

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Potomac Paddle Club Is Taking Reservatio...

Book a spot on one of the city's coolest boat tours! Potomac Paddle Club provides a unique BYOB experience, blending D.C. monuments, plenty of pedaling, and a whole lot of fun.

Attractions
10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This...

Are you ready for the weekend? You will be when you see our weekend roundup for February 26–28!

Events
Washington Football Team Taking Public Input for New Name

The team will be getting a new name and maybe a new owner for the 2022 NFL season. On February 23, the team launched a new website for fans to submit their team name and logo ideas.

Sports
Beloved Potomac River Staple 'Tim's Rive...

After 28 years, SunCal has declined to renew Tim Bauckman's lease for popular Potomac shoreline restaurant "Tim's Rivershore Restaurant and Crab House."

Restaurants
2021 Swarmageddon: Millions of Cicadas S...

After 17 years underground, Brood X is returning to Virginia, North Carolina, Maryland, and West Virginia. This round has the greatest range and concentration of any of the 17-year cicadas.

Local News
The 2021 DC Auto Show Has Been Officially Canceled

The event has been rescheduled for January 2022. As the city faces the ongoing pandemic crisis and the uncertainty surrounding a formal reopening, the D.C. Auto Show has officially been canceled.

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Virginia and Maryland Launch Hotlines to...

The call centers are designed to help people who are unable to use the web to book an appointment.

Local News
Bill Would Allow Therapy Dogs in Marylan...

There is currently no law or guidelines for allowing therapy dogs in public schools.

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Berlin City Council Passes 11-Year-Old's Proposal to Build Duck B...

The boxes will be placed around the pond at Heron Park to attract wildlife and visitors alike!

Local News
10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This...

Mark your calendars—it's time for our weekend roundup, February 19–21! From pottery to George Washington to the Lunar New Year, there's something for everyone.

Events
The RELIEF Act Has Passed the Maryland A...

The bill will provide direct payments to the most vulnerable Marylanders, tax credits for small businesses, and a tax holiday on unemployment benefits. Relief may be on its way very soon.

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State Articles
Projected Rates for I-270 Toll Road Rele...

The project will add express lanes to the congested Virginia-Maryland thoroughfare.

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Baltimore Restaurant Banditos Bar & Kitchen Stakes Spot in Virgin...

The Mexican joint opens this fall in Arlington. Their specialties cover handcrafted cocktails, tacos, and a wide array of tequila.

Restaurants
Baltimore Eases COVID-19 Restrictions Th...

Mayor Brandon M. Scott and Baltimore City Health Commissioner Dr. Letitia Dzirasa announced modified COVID-19 restrictions due to overall improvement. The new rules took effect at 6:00 a.m., February 22.

Local News
DC Water Offers Renters a New Form of Fi...

D.C. Water Cares is a multi-pronged initiative designed to help residents in financial need.

Local News
Salt Boxes in Baltimore Have Been Turned Into Works of Art

More than 100 salt boxes around Baltimore City have been decorated by local artists.

Art
PEEPS Is Back With a Cookie Coop and the...

The cookie house kit is available at BJ's Warehouse stores.

Products & Promotions
Maryland Zoo Is Holding an Adults-Only G...

The egg hunt will be a fun event for people over 21. The zoo will host the event at night with participants searching the zoo grounds for glow-in-the-dark eggs.

Events
DC Jazz Club 'Blues Alley' Might Not Recover From Pandemic

The Georgetown landmark has reportedly been put on the market. The owner is hoping to relocate, but the club won't be in its original form.

Local News
Slang Terms From the 1920s That We Need ...

It's been nearly 100 years since the Roaring Twenties, an era where flappers, speakeasies, and mobsters reigned supreme. A time where there was a cultural shift away from tradition into a "modern" age of rebellion, which came in the forms of the cinema, radio, automobiles, jazz, and, most importantly, new slang terms.

Local Culture
'Cupid's Drive-In' Is Bringing Romance t...

Experience a romantic double feature with "Casablanca" and "La La Land"

Events
Silver Diner Offers Takeout Brunch and $5 To-Go Cocktails

If there's anything better than an indulgent weekend brunch, it's a takeout version you can enjoy in your pajamas!

Restaurants
DC Mural Draws Attention to Potential St...

Down an alley in the unassuming neighborhood of Adams Morgan in D.C., a giant rat stalks day and night, towering over buildings and breathing fire into the cool January air. This giant rat has been dubbed "Ratzilla" and is the latest street art sensation by artist Juan Pineda, commissioned by Suzanne Allen.

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National Articles
Mountain Dew Collaborated With the Bob R...

Mountain Dew collaborates with the Bob Ross Company to create a "new" episode of "The Joy of Painting," which will air March 6 on YouTube.

Food & Drink
St. Patrick's Day Facts: By the Numbers

We've decided to take a deeper look at the facts and figures surrounding St. Patrick's Day, to add more appreciation for the beloved Irish holiday.

Local Culture
FCC Program to Pay $50 Towards Broadband Service for Low-Income H...

The program will also pay $100 towards a laptop or tablet. The new program by the CARES Act has been launched by the FCC.

National News
Chipotle Collaborates With e.l.f. on Mak...

The inspired-by-Chipotle eye palette comes with free chips and guac from its namesake restaurant. The limited-edition makeup collection from e.l.f. Cosmetics launches on March 10.

Style
Smile! National Dentist's Day Is March 6...

Flash those pearly whites as you take time to thank your dentist. Don't worry, scheduling a visit as a patient is optional.

Events
So, the CDC Has a 'Zombie Preparedness' Guide to Survive the Apoc...

In case you weren't already aware, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has a "Zombie Preparedness" guide on its website as part of a "tongue-in-cheek" campaign that began way back in 2011.

National News
Paramount+ Streaming Service Now Availab...

As Paramount+ launches, the second-oldest Hollywood studio fights to get in the streaming game. If you're curious, the site features Paramount+ Originals like "Star Trek: Picard," "Star Trek: Discovery", "The Good Fight," and "Why Women Kill."

Entertainment
Start Saving Now: First Space Hotel Set ...

The Orbital Assembly Corporation (OAC) is slated to open the galaxy's first space hotel in 2027. The luxe hotel will feature artificial gravity, government modules, private homes, and commercial activity.

World
Alicia Keys Reacts to Viral TikTok Video of Florida Girl Singing ...

Nine-year-old Annika Coverly's poolside rendition of Alicia Keys' hit song 'Girl on Fire' has gone viral, with the singer herself commenting, "Sing, Mama."

Music
Michigan Mother Dies Protecting Twin Son...

Hillarie Galazka, 29, was driving to her Lincoln Park home in Davison, Michigan, with her 5-year-old twin sons when a speeding driver rammed into the rear end of her Saturn Ion.

National News
The First 3D-Printed Home on the Market ...

SQ4D Inc. has put the first concrete 3D-printed home on the market for $299,999, and it may just solve the affordable housing crisis.

Real Estate
Universal's 'Islands of Adventure' Reconsidering 'Seuss Landing' ...

Dr. Seuss Enterprises took six books off its production line, causing Universal Studios Resort to reconsider the "If I Ran the Zoo" play area and the "Mulberry Street Shop" should stay.

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