Treehouse Eyes: Where Kids With Myopia Get Care

Posted December 9th, 2016 by Sandie in Health

Treehouse Eyes: Where Kids With Myopia Get Care

This post is sponsored by Treehouse Eyes, but all opinions are my own. I still remember when I first realized I might be nearsighted. I was sitting in the back of my art history my high school senior year and thought the angels in a Renaissance painting looked like rabbits […]

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Adventure Theatre’s C.S. Lewis Adaptation

Posted December 8th, 2016 by Sandie in Entertainment, Theater

Adventure Theatre’s C.S. Lewis Adaptation

This post was written by our contributor Melissa Moore Step into the magical land of Narnia with snowball fights and Turkish delight at Adventure Theatre’s The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe. Within the first few minutes of Adventure Theatre’s production of The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, siblings […]

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Holiday Must-Do: ICE! 2016 at Gaylord National Harbor

Posted December 1st, 2016 by Sandie in Around Town, Living

Holiday Must-Do: ICE! 2016 at Gaylord National Harbor

The Gaylord National Resort and Convention Center has once again ushered in a cool start to the Christmas season with its annual “Christmas on the Potomac” celebration, highlighted by its amazing ICE! display. ICE! involves two million pounds of hand-carved ice sculptures in a building kept at 9 degrees. Visitors […]

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Carousel – A Bittersweet, Classic Musical

Posted November 25th, 2016 by Sandie in Entertainment, Theater

Carousel – A Bittersweet, Classic Musical

We are lucky to have so many choices for world-class local theater here in the DC area, and one of the premiere sources of live performances is Arena Stage. It’s latest revival of a classic musical is a must-see, either with an older child (teenager) or on a date night […]

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