The Philips Collection: Masters of Art

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At the Philips Collection, you can behold the famous Renoir painting "Luncheon of the Boating Party" -- it’s worth the cost of admission just to gaze upon it! If sprawling museums feel a bit overwhelming, you're in luck, the Phillips is a modest size, and houses just under 3,000 works by the likes of Van Gogh, Picasso,

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Bistro Cacao: Upscale French Comfort Food

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Bistro Cacao offers a strong menu of fine French dishes in a romantic setting at neighborhood prices.  Here’s taste, pleasure, and refinement that doesn’t require a second mortgage. Bistro Cacao may also be soothing to diners who don’t want to eat raw ocean life or words they’ve never seen before.  Experimentation may only reach as

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Trapeze School: Acrobatics for All

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Did you realize that you don’t have to run off and join the circus to experience the flying trapeze? Well, if flying through the air with the greatest of ease is on your bucket list, a visit to the Trapeze School’s indoor and outdoor instruction arena is a must! Whether you’re a first-timer or well on your way to

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The Philips Collection: Artwork by the Masters

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If you’ve never been lucky enough to behold the fabulously famous Renoir painting “Luncheon of the Boating Party”, it’s completely worth the cost of admission to the Philips Collection just to gaze upon it. The Phillips is a manageable size, making it friendly, familiar, and easy to navigate, with just under 3,000 works by Van

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Tulip Library: Check out the Flowers

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This isn’t just any old library with dusty old shelves of books. It’s a collection of over 100 varieties of tulips that bloom on the north side of D.C.’s Tidal Basin between the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial every year at the beginning of April. A smaller tulip library is maintained at the Netherlands

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The Play’s the Thing at Shakespeare Theatre Company

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The Shakespeare Theatre Company is a world-renowned, award-winning center of Shakespearean plays, as well as dramas by other classical literary luminaries. Directed by Michael Kah, the Shakespeare Theatre Company has been the recipient of scores of prestigious Helen Hayes Awards. The company benefits from two different theater venues—the traditional and intimate Lansburgh Theatre building dates

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