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New Valentine Exhibit Tackles Racial History Along Monument Ave.
Feb 15,2019

The Valentine chose a day celebrating love to open its new exhibit “Monument Avenue: General Demotion/General Devotion,” a series of design ideas to tackle conversations about race and the

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Alexandria St. Patrick's Day Parade 2019: Route, Schedule
Feb 15,2019

The 38th annual St. Patrick's Day Parade will return to Old Town Alexandria Saturday, March 2 at 12:30 p.m. Since the 2019 DC parade was canceled, Alexandria's will be the largest St. Patrick's Day


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Cherish The Ladies
Feb 13,2019

Consistently creating "thoroughly engaging performance[s] brimming with spirit, precision, wit and soul" (The Washington Post), this Irish-American supergroup returns

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Jane Franklin Dance: Border
Feb 13,2019

A series of personal stories told through movement and visual art about prejudice, cultural barriers and isolation. Individuals describe barriers experienced through career


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'Living Coral' Named 2019 Color of the Year - Source Connection news papers
Feb 12,2019

A breeze of warm air to heat the winter chill is how some designers are describing one of the trendiest colors on tap for this year. “Living Coral” was selected as the 2019 Color of the Year by the Pantone

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Torpedo Factory launches vibrancy initiative
Feb 09,2019

Two months after the city assumed permanent control of the Torpedo Factory Art Center, artists and administrators are settling into the new management structure and preparing to launch a vibrancy

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2019 Lunar New Year Parade
Feb 05,2019

Join Mayor Muriel Bowser in the 2019 Lunar New Year Parade as we celebrate the Year of the Pig! The event features traditional and colorful performances such as lion dance

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Funds Being Raised to Help Girls Go See 'Captain Marvel'
Feb 05,2019

Lance Cooper likes challenges, especially ones where he can use his powers to help local youth. Last year, Cooper took almost 2,000 Richmond children to see “Black Panther,” the first superhero blockbuster




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