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In an effort to reduce their environmental footprint, reflect the region they serve and support local businesses, a handful of hotel chains are starting to locally source their food.
As residents of Japan remember the nearly 19,000 who died in a massive earthquake and tsunami two years ago, an American journalist who covered the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina is sharing her perspective to help those still recovering in Japan.
A Rocklands Barbeque promotion called "Grills Gone Wild" is taking customers by surprise. Alongside the pulled pork and rack of ribs, hungry diners can order beaver sausage, alligator stew or snakehead tacos.
The initials of thousands of locals who have enjoyed a late night at Montgomery County's first watering hole are still carved into its wooden booths. While the hitching post no longer stands outside Hank Dietle's Tavern along Rockville Pike, the memories aren't going anywhere.
If the driver is looking away from the road and approaching an accident, the car will make a series of beeping noises and flash bright red lights inside the car.
Toxins can stir up allergies and lower immune response, but many people may not realize the daily dose of toxins they get at home.
Blame society, media or just the company we keep, but there are plenty of overused phrases in the English language.
On a sunny Thursday afternoon, Staff Sgt. James Sides throws a mat on the white tile floor and plops down. He's about 20 minutes late to yoga, but his classmates don't seem to care. To his right, Cpl. Nathan Jakubison reaches his hands toward his left foot, making sure to avoid the metal pins sticking out of his shin. To his left, Sgt. Mike Nicholson, 23, has no legs to stretch over, but rather focuses on extending his spine.
Virginia wines are gaining acclaim and boasting record sales for the state, but a regional wine festival returning to Washington only features two wineries from the commonwealth.
Thousands of people without tickets to the inauguration missed the whole thing, stuck behind police barricades on Independence Avenue during the ceremony without the ability to see or hear it. And police have no answer as to why they were stuck there.
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