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Breezy Point Beach: The Sand and Surf Are Closer Than You Think!

Just 30 miles from the Beltway in Maryland, Breezy Point Beach, and Campground is one of the closest beaches in the DMV.

Think Ocean City's Crazy Today? You Shou...

Worried about Ocean City losing its "family resort" image? The town had the same problem back in 1960 ...

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Orioles Giving Away Free Tickets for Vac...

The free ticket vaccine clinics will be held during six games over Father's Day weekend.

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Reminder: DC's Parking Enforcement Is Now in Effect

The city has initiated an amnesty program for people with outstanding tickets. The return of traffic enforcement marks a return to normalcy for the district and the opening of museums and attractions.

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Our Marylanders Then: Babe Ruth

For this installment of Our Marylanders Then, let's look at a person who made an indelible mark on the 20th century as the premier athlete of his era. Some of his nicknames include "The Bambino" and "The Sultan of Swat," but the most famous name of all is a simple two syllables: Babe Ruth.

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Metro Reducing Fares and Extending Servi...

Beginning this fall you can ride the Metro all day for a $2 flat fee.

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Attention, Actors: Extras Are Needed for Comedy Filming in Centra...

Calling all aspiring actors—an exciting opportunity has just presented itself for a movie shooting in Central Virginia. Background roles for "Tapawingo" range between the ages of 15 and 80.

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Visiting These 5 Maryland Gardens Will P...

Perennials, herbs, and topiaries abound at these gardens in the Old Line State!

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Crumbl Cookies to Open 6 New Locations i...

The cookie shops deliver freshly baked, warm cookies right to your door.

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Flying Dog Introduces Low-Calorie Beer for Easy Summer Drinking

If you're craving a light beer for your backyard hangs this summer, Flying Dog has just the ticket. The Frederick-based brewery is coming out with a beer that's low in calories but high in flavor called the Zen Blaster Active Ale.

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The Cicadas Are Messing With Radar Acros...

Radar images that look like rain clouds are actually made up of flying cicadas.

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Popular Atlanta Popup 'The Black Hair Ex...

"The Black Hair Experience" art installation popup comes to the DMV to "celebrate Black women and their hair." Tickets are $32.

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State Articles
Ocean City Man Rewarded With Thunderbird...

"Good Samaritan" Jonathan Bauer will fly on an F-16 plane this Friday at 10:30 a.m.

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Longtime vice president for government and community affairs to r...

Tom Lewis, who served in the role for more than a decade, will retire June 30; Jeanne Hitchcock will lead GCA on an interim basis

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

See what's happening across D.C., Maryland, and Virginia this weekend, June 11–13. Here's your weekend roundup filled with food, live shows, and art!

Inner Harbor's Fourth of July Bash Has B...

Another year, another tradition canceled due to the pandemic. Inner Harbor's Fourth of July fireworks have been put on the back burner for 2021 in fear of producing "superspreader" events.

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Washington Football Team Picks Richmond for Training Camp Locatio...

In July, Washington Football Team is heading to Training Camp in Richmond, Virginia. On Friday, the team announced they'll be settling at the Bon Secours Training Center between Tuesday, July 27, and Saturday, July 31, to conduct training sessions and interact with fans.

New Lidl Store Opening on June 9 in Colu...

The first 100 customers will get a gift card valued of up to $100.

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Marylanders will stop receiving federal ...

Marylanders receiving unemployment will no longer get an extra $300 per week from the federal government starting in July. Gov. Larry Hogan announced late Tuesday that the state will opt out of the supplemental benefits,

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DC Street Closures in Effect for 'Rolling to Remember' This Weeke...

Rolling to Remember will hold its annual event to support America’s veterans on Friday, May 28, 2021, through May 31, 2021, at different locations around the city. To facilitate movement for this event, D.C. police will be closing several roads and restricting parking in certain areas.

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'Rolling to Remember' Returns to DC for ...

"Rolling to Remember," the successor to "Rolling Thunder," is set to return to Washington, D.C. this Memorial Day Weekend after going virtual in 2020. More than 100,000 bikes are expected to ride at the event!

WATCH: This Video Tour of DC From 1957 I...

Produced in 1957 by Guided Tour Productions, this 12-minute guided tour of Washington, D.C., visits the White House, the Washington Monument, the Smithsonian museums, Arlington National Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Monticello, Richmond, and Williamsburg, Virginia.

Local Culture
A Maryland Candy Shop Is Selling Chocolate Covered Cicadas Online

... Yum? A Maryland candy shop has introduced a concoction that's causing quite the buzz. And boy, do we mean literally.

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The Top 5 Places in Baltimore for a Good...

Feeling "crabby" in Charm City? Here's a list of locations in Baltimore, Maryland, that could inspire strong emotions.

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National Articles
25 'Rad' Toys That Every '80s Kid Had (o...

The '80s were a truly magical time. Here are some of the raddest, coolest, most-awesome toys from the decade that brought us neon, Trapper Keepers, shoulder pads, and mullets.

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Critical Race Theory According to This D...

"CRT will reverse Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s vision of being 'judged by the content of their character' rather than their skin color ..." - Ty Smith.

Milky Chance Opens Up About “Colorado,” Their Sound, and Upcoming...

CelebMix spoke with Milky Chance to find out more about the duo, how they met, their influences, and how they keep their sound fresh.

Nostradamus' Predictions for 2021 Includ...

Nostradamus has made many predictions about the future of humanity and he predicted 2021 will be worse than 2020. These predictions included a global famine, asteroids, a devastating earthquake, and a Zombie Apocalypse.

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Humpback Whale Swallows a Lobster Diver ...

"All of a sudden I felt this huge bump, and everything went dark," recollected the lucky man after getting released from hospital!

President Biden to Sign a Bill on Thursday Making Juneteenth a Fe...

The bill to recognize Juneteenth as a federal holiday passed in the House of Representatives. President Biden is expected to sign the bill at 3:30 pm on Thursday, June 17 as soon as he lands from his trip to Europe.

20 'Fly' Toys Every '90s Kid Had (or Wan...

Before smartphones and tablets, before online streaming services and game consoles, we '90s kids had to figure out different ways to entertain ourselves. Enter the decade of cheap plastic toys (and questionable fashion choices): the '90s. Toys in the '90s—while they seem rather bizarre and strange today—were all the rage.

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White Claw Will Be Available on United A...

Plus, a revamped snack menu to go with it! United Airlines recently unveiled a beefed-up food and drink menu.

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You Can Now Order a 'Cinnamon Toast Crunch Drink' on Starbucks' S...

If you know what to ask for, you can order a Cinnamon Toast Crunch drink at Starbucks.

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STEM School Shooter Found Guilty of Firs...

The trial of Devon Erickson was found guilty of first-degree murder of Kendrick Castillo, as well as on 46 counts.

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VIDEO: Bird Carries a Shark-Like Creatur...

A viral video features a large bird carrying a shark-like creature over beachgoers at Myrtle Beach. However, experts believe this wasn't a shark but an Atlantic Spanish Mackerel or a ladyfish.

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New Music Review: Songs Released June 6-13

It's our weekly song review where we review five new songs released this past week! Let us know what you think.

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