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Celebrate Women’s History Month

March is Women’s History Month, a time to pay tribute to the generations of women who have shaped American history and their invaluable accomplishments to our society. 470 more words

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Cristina Pato Performs @ Sixth & I Historic Synagogue | March 14

A pop star of the gaita (Spanish bagpipes) in her native Spain and dubbed by The Wall Street Journal as “one of the living masters of the gaita,” Pato’s musical influences of jazz and Latin sounds represent a portion of her commitment to cultural exchange.  92 more words

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Cuban Drummer Yissy Garcia @ Dance Place | Sat., March 7

Hailed as one of the elite drummers of Cuba, Yissy Garcia offers a fresh interpretation of young trends in jazz from the Island by combining her compositions with electronic beats. 29 more words

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Rueda All Stars | Friday, March 6 | Performance and Open Dance

Since 2004, Rueda All Stars of Santiago de Cuba has developed an extensive repertoire of Cuban ballroom dances under the direction of Jorge Luna Roque, including Rueda de Casino, Mambo, Rumba and more. 50 more words

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From Where I Stand: A Primary Color Story 

From where I stand: 🔴🔵

‘A Primary Color Story’The color story grabbed me from across a verrrry traffic laden M street in Georgetown. I could barely wait to get in the crosswalk like a civilized human being, to run over and snap a photo of this beauty. 26 more words

Spring Is Coming! NPS Predicts Cherry Blossom Peak

WASHINGTON, DC (WJZ) — Not all news out of Washington is political. Tuesday, a welcome prediction was made about the return of the city’s cherry blossoms. 232 more words

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Current And Former Prominent US Officials Banned From Venezuela For Their Involvement In Global Terror And War Crimes - Majority Of US Embassy Staff Told To Pack Their Bags And GTFO

Following that decision, Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro announced that that Americans will need visas to visit Venezuela.

Moreover, a group of prominent U.S. officials, current and retired, will be banned from entering Venezuela because of what Maduro said was their involvement in “bombing Iraq, Syria and Vietnam” and other “terrorist” actions. 56 more words

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