*Washington, DC Destinations

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42nd Annual Folklife Festival in Washington, DC star
Join in the festivities this year at the 42nd Annual Smithsonian Folklife Festival. In this article, you will learn about the cultures being featured this year.

Belgian Beer at the Brickskeller star
Article about an event at the Brickskeller in Washington, DC by Carolyn Smagalski, BellaOnline´s Beer and Brewing Editor

Best Places to Visit in DC star
Regardless of where you live, it’s sometimes difficult to think of great places to take someone when they visit from out of town. Sometimes it's just hard as a visitor to choose one site to see from the plethora of places you can choose from a book. Here are a few must-see stops.

Bonsai and Penjing Museum Soothes the Soul star
Step back into ancient Chinese and Japanese culture with a visit to the Bonsai and Penjing Museum in Washington, DC.

DC Film Festival Frenzy star
DC Filmmakers are at it again. Celebrate the close of the DC Shorts Film Festival this weekend and gear up for the Our City Film Festival the following day.

DC Phillips Collection : Jacob Lawrence star
For a limited time, you can view the complete works of the Jacob Lawrence Migration Series at the Phillips Collection museum in Washington, DC.

FotoWeek DC star
Art lovers and festival buffs alike will enjoy visiting DC’s newest international arts festival. Though beginning as a local arts competition, the festival’s collaboration with artists worldwide have expanded FotoWeek into an international phenomenon—right here in the MidAtlantic.

Lace Lounge in Washington, DC star
Lace lounge is currently the only woman-owned lesbian nightclub on the East Coast. Check out this history making establishment next time you're in town.

National Geographic Museum in Washington, DC star
National Geographic is a global icon for news and research about the natural world. Visit its museum in Washington, DC.

Navigate Direction on the Washington, DC Metro star
With the exception of those metro stations at the farthest end of each of metro line, you will be faced with having to choose the direction of the train you´d like to take. This article provides you with information on how to make this an easy endeavor.

Revisiting Eastern Market star
Though devestated by an electrical fire earlier this year, Eastern Market in Washington, DC still thrives as a place for unique shopping, local produce, and free, live entertainment.

Robert H. Bruton's Exploring Washington on Foot star
Looking for a great walker´s travel guide to Washington, D.C.? Try Bob Burton´s Exploring Washington on Foot.

Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC star
Rock Creek Park in Washington, DC, has a plethora of activities for science buffs, stargazers, environmentalists, and people who just love the outdoors.

Smithsonian Kite Festival star
The Smithsonian Kite Festival is just one of a number of popular events that comprise that comprise the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC. Peer at the skies this March in Washington and let the kites take you away.

Take a Day Trip to Eastern Market in Washington, DC star
Eastern Market is one of the oldest farmer's markets in Washington, DC. Visit it to find fresh vegetables, handmade crafts, and an opportunity to interact with the locals.

The Annual Korean Film Festival in Washington, DC star
Film buffs have yet another reason to make an annual spring pilgrimage to Washington, DC. The Korean Film Festival spans through 2 months in spring and offers audiences a wide range of cultural perspectives about Korea, its people, and its cultural influence.

The Museums of DuPont Circle in Washington, DC star
The Smithsonian metro stop isn't the only stop on the Washington, DC metro where you can find a collection of great museums and galleries all at one stop. The DuPont Circle metro stop on the Red Line offers a great collection of artistic alternatives.

The Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival star
Part of the annual Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, DC, the Sakura Matsuri Japanese Street Festival is a celebration of Japanese culture and influence on our everyday lives and an exploration of modern-day enjoyments, including anime, J-pop, manga, and takarazuka.

Top Ten Washington, DC Destinations star
Sometimes it's hard to come up with ideas for places to take your out-of-town guests. Now, you can take the guesswork out of entertaining with this informative top 10 list. Enjoy the majesty, history, and liveliness of Washington, DC, with a tour of these select destinations.

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