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The Circus Is Coming To Town!

Posted September 9th, 2014 by Sandie in Around Town, Entertainment, Living

The Circus Is Coming To Town!

The Big Apple Circus is headed back to the Washington D.C. area for a limited-engagement run from September 18th  to October 5th. with its all-new show, METAMORPHOSIS. I have never been to the Circus here in D.C., so this will be my family’s first time since going in New York […]

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Summer Art for Children: National Gallery of Art

Posted July 18th, 2014 by Elaine in Around Town, Living

Summer Art for Children: National Gallery of Art

Art museums can be a tough place to take children. It’s easy to get overwhelmed, flit around exhibits, and leave with an unsatisfying feeling. And in most cities, there’s the burden of paying an entrance fee – which, if you’re like me, makes me feel like we have to get […]

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UberFAMILY Launches in DC Today

Posted July 14th, 2014 by Sandie in Around Town, Travel

UberFAMILY Launches in DC Today

I love Uber. I was introduced to the car service app by my dear friend, Leticia aka Tech Savvy Mama who recommended it before we headed to Blogalicious last year in Atlanta. Since then, every single time I’ve traveled to a new city, the first thing I check is whether there’s Uber, […]

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National Portrait Gallery: Dancing the Dream

Posted June 27th, 2014 by Sandie in Around Town, Living

National Portrait Gallery: Dancing the Dream

About a month ago we decided to take the kids to the National Portrait Gallery instead of heading to the Mall like we usually do when we go to museums. The highlight of our visit was the self-guided tour we took through the Gallery’s latest temporary exhibit, “Dancing the Dream.” […]

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Spy Gear at the Spy Museum + Giveaway

Posted June 23rd, 2014 by christine in Around Town

Spy Gear at the Spy Museum + Giveaway

I wasn’t very well prepared for Father’s Day, but it all turned out OK. I had received an invitation to a “special event” hosted by Spy Gear at the International Spy Museum, and it sounded just about perfect for us. It was only later on, when checking the address, that […]

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