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Adventures in Virginia: Westmoreland State Park

Located east of Fredericksburg, this beautiful state park offers a variety of outdoor activities perfect for a weekend staycation.

Attractions
Attention, Actors: Extras Are Needed for...

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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Virginia Day Trip Destinations: Lake Ann...

Lake Anna is a must-see destination for locals and tourists alike.

Attractions
Crumbl Cookies to Open 6 New Locations in Virginia

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

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I'm Fully Vaccinated: Where Do I Still N...

If you're fully vaccinated in the DMV area, where do you still need to wear your mask? Find out here.

Business
Virginia Dream Homes: An Exquisite Smith...

You'll fall in love with this gorgeous lakefront home. With a private shoreline and 13 acres of land, you'll never want to leave.

Real Estate
Popular Atlanta Popup 'The Black Hair Experience' Comes to the DM...

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

Attractions
Weird Facts of The 757: The Battle of Gr...

Weird fact about Chesapeake: We hosted a battle for 30 minutes, and our only casualty was a sore thumb.

Local Culture
Virginia Road Trip: 15 Scenic Waterfalls...

Join us as we take a road trip to some of Virginia’s most scenic waterfalls.

Travel
The Ultimate Summer Question: Ocean City or Virginia Beach?

Summer isn't that far off, and it's time to start planning your beach getaway. But to where? Ocean City or Virginia Beach?

Travel
Filmfest DC Is Coming to Your Computer S...

Tune in to over 60 films, including a showcase of movies made in the DMV.

Events
8 Things You Learn When You Move to Wash...

Moving to a new city can be frightening and exciting at the same time—especially when it's a busy, "happening" metro like Washington, D.C. While the job opportunities are endless (making it easy to build a solid resume), the city can be intimidating at times. But don't let that fool you out of the decision to make D.C. your home. Here's a list of things you learn when you move to Washington, D.C.

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Fourth of July Celebrations Happening in...

Cruises and BBQs, this Fourth of July will feature some familiar comforts.

Events
A Rattlesnake Was Caught Roaming Old Town Alexandria Last Weekend

The Timber rattlesnake was transferred to a wildlife facility by the Animal Welfare League of Alexandria.

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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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NoVA Eats: Authentic Mexican Food at Tac...

Craving something from south of the border? You'll be transported by the fresh, bold flavors at this local Mexican restaurant.

Restaurants
10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This Weekend (June 11–13)

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!

Events
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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Washington Football Team Picks Richmond ...

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.

Sports
Mmmm! Goodies Frozen Custard & Treats Opens Brick-and-Mortar Loca...

The creamery opened at the Ice House in Old Town Alexandria! What once was operating out of an old-school truck has found a permanent stand-alone home for their "legendary" Wisconsin-style custard.

Restaurants
Smithsonian Announces Schedule for Reope...

By the end of the summer, all Smithsonian museums will be open for the first time since March of 2020. Guests who are fully vaccinated do not have to wear masks in outdoor areas.

Attractions
DC Street Closures in Effect for 'Rollin...

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 Memorial Day Weekend

"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!

Events
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.

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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.

Local Culture
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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2 Watermelon Cocktail Recipes You Can Make for the Fourth of July

Even if you’re staying at home, you can enjoy all those traditional foods like hamburgers, hot dogs, corn on the cob, and the big favorite—watermelon. Celebrate America's birthday with these refreshing watermelon cocktail recipes!

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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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President Biden to Sign a Bill on Thursd...

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.

News
Humpback Whale Swallows a Lobster Diver and Spits Him Out

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

Video
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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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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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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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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Tiffany Introduces Engagement Rings for ...

Tiffany & Co. has added a new piece of jewelry to its Love & Engagement collection, a men’s engagement ring. The engagement rings are available in special metals including black titanium.

Style
10 Things to Do During Your Child's Sports Game

You read that right. Here's a list of things you've always wanted to do—and now have permission.

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