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By Ben Gross
Saturday, May 18
A number of local art museums will offer free admission in honor of Art Museum Day (Saturday, May 18), according to The Washington Post.
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By Tyler Waldman
Wednesday, May 15
We're in the final stretch before the 138th running of the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore. Here's what you need to know.
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By Ben Gross
Sunday, May 12
The Great Gatsby is slated to premier on the big screen and it's inspiring people to delve deeper into the story’s history, culture, music, food and drink.
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While some may view the coming onslaught of cicadas as a nuisance, others see it as a new opportunity to drink--creatively.
Every 17 years, the Magicada Brood II cicadas swarm some p...
By Ben Gross
Saturday, May 11
The Maryland Transit Authority has scheduled a series of five open houses to update citizens on the status of the much-discussed Purple Line, according to a Washington Post story.
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