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Holiday gadgets galore, fun family stuff, and out of the ordinary gizmos - all add up to an offbeat holiday season.
The holidays are often synonymous with an abundance of food and cocktails, as parties and family gatherings kick into high gear. But there are plenty of festive walks and runs in the D.C. area that will help keep you in the spirit -- and keep you active -- during the holiday season.
As the holiday approaches, many are thinking of giving back. There are hundreds of opportunities in the D.C. region to volunteer.
The long Thanksgiving holiday weekend doesn't just include a feast. There's travel, shopping, and family. Gadgets, apps, and other tech can help distract you from all that togetherness.
On May 5, people across the United States will celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margaritas, mariachi and parades and festivals. But few know the history behind the day that so many Americans celebrate.
The Jewish holiday of Passover began Monday and lasts eight days. While Jews avoid all things leavened, there are several local restaurants with Passover-friendly meals.
Consumer Reports surveyed 1,100 adults. See if what they dislike about the holidays is what you dislike.
Before you guzzle down your favorite holiday drink from the area coffee shop, listen up.