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    Virtual Alexandria Birthday Celebration
    July 11th

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    Bastille Day
    July 14th

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    The Drive-In at Union Market
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    Howard County Restaurant Weeks
    July 13th-26th

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    Where To Enjoy An Outdoor & Drive-In Movie This Summer Near Washington, DC

    Thursday 07/02/2020

    Check out the best places to experience the cinema outdoors or by driving-in with these mostly free options in the nation’s capital.

    Summertime and movies go hand-in-hand. While the biggest blockbusters are usually screened in theaters, that’s obviously not the case this summer as most cinemas are currently closed due to COVID-19. But fret not. This summer in DC, you have plenty of opportunities to partake in an old American pastime: drive-in and outdoor movies. It’s the perfect opportunity to get out of the house, enjoy some snacks and maintain social distance. Better yet, you can catch classic flicks and films you’ve never seen before. We’ll be updating this list as more drive-in theaters open up so keep your eyes peeled for a drive-in theater near you.

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    8 Foods You Can Regrow from Scraps in Your Apartment

    Wednesday 07/01/2020

    8 Foods You Can Regrow from Scraps in Your Apartment

    Growing your own food from scraps is easier than you’d think, even if you’re doing it inside your apartment. Most of the time, all you need is a glass, some water, and a little bit of time to get your plants ready for potting. In return, you’ll get fresh, delicious produce that will both save you money and help you cut down on food waste. These 8 foods are great starting projects for anyone who wants to start a little produce garden in their apartment:

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    What’s Open, Reopening, Closed And Canceled In Washington, DC

    Thursday 07/02/2020

    Find the latest coronavirus-related updates on attractions, museums, venues, festivals, events and more

    The coronavirus pandemic has affected events, attractions and other businesses throughout the Washington, DC area. The city is currently in Phase Two of recovery, which allows many businesses to reopen. Make sure to check out our list of reopened businesses and read below for more details on restaurants, attractions and museums, including helpful safety information.

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    Fireworks Near Me: DC’s 4th Of July 2020

    Sunday 06/28/2020

    While many holiday events around the region have been cancelled due to the coronavirus, the White House’s Salute to America will go on.

    Although some traditional Fourth of July celebrations in D.C. have been cancelled for 2020, such as the National Independence Day Parade, the White House announced Friday that a scaled back version of President Trump’s Salute to America, will take place.

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