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Enjoy All Types of Performance Art at Open Mic Mondays

If you’re looking for a way to engage with fellow artists in your community, look no further than Open Mic Mondays at the Creative Suitland Arts Center. Creative Suitland and DC Music Summit join forces to host this monthly open mic night where artists of all backgrounds come together to share their own art and…

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Enjoy the Outdoor Patio Year-Round at Dovetail 14th Street Restaurant

The patio at Dovetail 14th Street Restaurant might be a little more crowded during the warm months, but it’s designed to serve as a year-round seating option for guests. With climate control and a permanent bar situated at one end, it’s a chic fresh-air space that’s as stylish as the indoor bar and dining room.…

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Enjoy the Outdoor Patio Year-Round at Dovetail 14th Street Restaurant

The patio at Dovetail 14th Street Restaurant might be a little more crowded during the warm months, but it’s designed to serve as a year-round seating option for guests. With climate control and a permanent bar situated at one end, it’s a chic fresh-air space that’s as stylish as the indoor bar and dining room.…

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Experience a Captivating Musical Version of The Color Purple at Signature Theatre

There’s a reason Alice Walker’s 1982 novel The Color Purple has spawned so many stageplays, films, and other iterations of the story. It’s because the mix of heartbreak and hope experienced by protagonist Celie transcends time, race, and life experiences. Everyone who walks alongside Celie can’t help but become transfixed by her, whether it’s through…

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“Basic” Means Better at Basic Burger

Sometimes basic is actually better, like when it comes to the ingredients in your food. Instead of loading up their meals with ingredients you can’t pronounce, Basic Burger keeps it simple. Their chefs use 100% certified Angus beef, cage- and hormone-free chicken, and organic dairy in their burgers, sandwiches, and milkshakes. This return to the…

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Grab Gourmet Groceries and Meals at The Italian Store

Vincent Tramonte was a lawyer by trade, but an Italian-American by blood. His parents grew up in Italy, moving to New York City before he was born. He eventually left the Big Apple to start his law career in Northern Virginia and quickly found that the Italian cuisine scene was lacking compared to NYC. He…

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Experience the Enthralling Story of Poor Man, Rich Soul This Month

If you haven’t heard the tragic story of Richard “Rich” Soul, then you won’t want to miss the stage production of Poor Man, Rich Soul at the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Theatre. From Friday, July 8th to Sunday, July 17th, Jimmy Jenkins will bring his original work to life, following a path paved…

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