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DC for Cinefiles: Independent Movie Theaters in the Nation’s Capital

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Author: Leila Farrer Action/adventure or avant-garde? Superheros or silent films? Teen dystopia or documentary? Whether you’re a cinephile who’s visiting the area or a local just looking to switch up your movie-going experience, Washington DC theaters have got you covered. The nation’s capital may not be known for an over-the-top experimental arts scene, but it’s…

DC Day Trip: St. Michaels, MD

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Author: Leila Farrer Locals know that Washington DC is pretty much perfectly placed geographically. Within a three hour drive – and oftentimes much less – you can reach the Atlantic ocean, the Appalachian mountains, beautiful Chesapeake Bay inlets, vast swaths of forest, rolling farmland, and plenty of other urban areas like Richmond, Baltimore, and Philadelphia….

“The Berkeley of the East”: A Day in Takoma Park, MD


Written By: Leila Farrer If you’re an out-of-towner, there are a few iconic spots that come to mind when you think of Washington DC: the Smithsonian, the monuments around the National Mall, and the manifold offices of the federal government. We recommend you check them all out during your stay in the nation’s capital, but…