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With the opening of a play off-Broadway in Manhattan titled “Camp Siegfried,” what was a major Nazi center for Nazis in the New York area in years before World War II — Camp Siegfried, in the middle of Long Island—is receiving renewed attention.

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When Pippin exclaimed that "[He's] got to be where [his] spirit can run free,” it was clear that the audience was in for a treat, and the spirit certainly did run free at Justice High School that night.

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"Ello Guv'na! - Do you fancy a cup of tea?" Trade in your popcorn and soda for some tea and biscuits to prepare for W.T. Woodson's fantastic,  audience interactive, and classically British production of One Man, Two Guvnors.

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The South Asian Student Union at Walter Johnson hosted their first public event on Wednesday, October 26th, 2022 as a Diwali celebration. Diwali is a Dharmic holiday celebrated by Hindus, Sikhs, Jains and several other religions native to the Indian Subcontinent, going by several names. Trad…

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This Sunday! Join us to ride, shop, connect and generally enjoy being back out in the Ag Reserve!It's the triumphant in-person return of the Ride for the Reserve! This year we are partnering with Sugarloaf Citizens Association, the ride start/end and picnic will all take place at SCA's Linde…

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Whitman’s new Pep Band debuted from the stands of Jerome M. Marco stadium this fall, replacing the traditional Marching Band that had performed during halftime shows at football games. Instrumental Music director Brendan Kelly said that the change will make participating in the band more acc…

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This past Friday, the long held-off Ukraine Festival was celebrated once again in our nation's capital. The festival has been cancelled the past few years due to the Covid-19 Pandemic and become increasingly important this year as Ukraine suffers from Russia's invasion, and, thankfully, it w…

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Sports editors Gibson Hirt and Zach Rice preview the upcoming 2022 NFL season, giving their awards and playoff predictions.

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Some crave the excitement of opening presents on Christmas day or on each night of Hanukkah, while others look forward to their summer vacation after a long, tiresome school year. I, however, desperately await the arrival of D.C. Restaurant Week. Come August and January, the joy of Restauran…

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Four years after her last D.C. performance, Lorde returned to The Anthem’s stage on August 29 on tour for her album “Solar Power.” The 25-year-old artist was originally scheduled to play at the venue in April, but rescheduled the stop after contracting laryngitis. In the waning days of summe…

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Gaithersburg, MD, celebrated labor day with a wonderful parade, as many cities do. You can catch an hour's worth of the parade by watching this video from the Gaithersburg city Youtube channel.

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Agriberry is at Bathesda Central Farm Market On SundaysKeeping the Spark Alive: Soil, Service and Berries "Agriberry had the honor of taking part with Virginia Cooperative Extension which is facilitated through Virginia Tech in conjunction with 4 The Soil. All of our Hanover berry & frui…

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For about twenty years my wife Kit and I have been visiting the Berkshires annually after the Jewish High Holidays for a well-deserved respite after the long Holy Day season. Loving the Berkshires as I do, there is no place in New England like Tanglewood.

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Gaithersburg, MD (June 28, 2022) The City of Gaithersburg presents works by the Gaithersburg Camera Club as part of the “Photography Across the City” exhibitions. The exhibit is on display July 1 through August 21, 2022, at Kentlands Mansion, 320 Kent Square Road. Viewing is by appointment o…

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Since 1990, the Billboard Music Award show has been celebrating top artists and their accomplishments throughout the year. Finalists are based on fundamental interactions with music fans, album and digital song sales, radio airplay, streaming, touring and social engagement, each tracked by B…

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The City of Bowie is excited to announce a weekend-long list of events in celebration of the upcoming Juneteenth holiday. 

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The Cappies of the National Capitol Area held its twenty-second annual Gala recognizing excellence in High School theatre. The Tony’s like sell out event was held in the Concert Hall of the Kennedy Center. Hundreds of student nominees were celebrated. Eleven schools who were nominated for be…

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Musicians come from every corner of the world, including ours. Famous artists such as Nils Lofgren and Tommy Keen attended Walter Johnson.

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The official launch party as a public charity is a cocktail attire ticketed event with heavy hors d'oeuvres, an open bar, dancing, a high end silent auction and tons of fun! Come show your support for glioblastoma on the rooftop and indoor portion of Tommy Joe’s @ 6PM.

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The Whitman community celebrated the school’s first in-person Festival of the Arts event since May 2019 on April 27-28. The festival showcased students’ artwork, and featured performances from Whitman’s music groups and drama program. 

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After his go-to spot, a once-beloved Spanish restaurant, bar and nightclub in Rockville went bankrupt during the start of the pandemic, Ecuadorian bartender and bar manager Steven Tobar felt the need to bring the nightlife back to Rockville– nearly two years later, Kumbia was born.

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Olney Days returned in full force for the first time in three years and was a resounding success. As Helene Rosenheim, one of the Olney Days Coordinators noted, “This event builds memories that participants—as well as our organizers and volunteers—will talk about for years to come. We hope a…

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After taking a few years off due to Covid-19 and the legal restrictions surrounding it, the Laytonsville Community Parade finally returns this year. During this event, the town will be celebrating 130 years since its founding.

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Olivia Rodrigo rose to stardom with the release of her hit song “Drivers License.” Although the 19-year-old had been acting for several years prior in shows like “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” and “Bizaardvark,” it was the singer’s grammy-nominated song that garnered the atte…

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The Wootton Players presented “The Little Mermaid” as their spring play.

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Please see the attached pdf of this article for the details of the fundraiser, or check out their website here. They have so far raised over $20,000 for the Ukraine. Check out the fundraiser and contribute to charity today.

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Cantor Rachel Brook the first female senior Cantor at Anshe Emet Synagogue in Chicago who was Cantoral Soloist at Temple Beth Ami in Montgomery County joins her friends in a concert celebrating the work of Steven Sondheim. Check the Synagogue website for details

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Gaithersburg, MD (January 31, 2022) The winners of the 19th Annual Young Artist Award Competition will be presented virtually in a pre-recorded concert free of charge on Vimeo on Friday, February 4, at 7:30 p.m. Administered by the City of Gaithersburg and supported by the Kentlands Communit…

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Gaithersburg, MD (January 18, 2022) The City of Gaithersburg presents the Olney Art Association member exhibition at the Benjamin Gaither Center through March 31, 2022. The Benjamin Gaither Center is located at 80-A Bureau Drive and is currently open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4…

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Gaithersburg, MD (January 11, 2022) Gaithersburg’s Arts on the Green presents its Sunday Salon Series, featuring Beguiling Brahms on January 16 and Celtic Love Songs on February 13. Concerts will be held at 3 p.m. at Kentlands Mansion, 320 Kent Square Road. The music series is designed to pr…

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Gaithersburg, MD (January 11, 2022) To help ensure the health and safety of our patrons, performers and staff, effective immediately the City of Gaithersburg will require a photo ID and proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 to attend all indoor performances at the Arts Barn and Kentland…

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GERMANTOWN, MD- The UpCounty Hub will be hosting its annual Toy & Food Distribution event this Saturday, December 18. The day begins with a distribution to families from the Hub and followed by home deliveries to the only mobile home community in Montgomery County.

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GLEN ECHO: Adventure’s newest Story Time will feature Vicky Fang author-illustrator of Friendbots. Vicky is excited to introduce I Can Read Comics, a brand-new early reader line that familiarizes children with the world of graphic novel storytelling and encourages visual literacy in emerging…