Tag: Washington D.C.

“Native Gardens” Blooms Community Connections in Gardening

“Native Gardens” Blooms Community Connections in Gardening

Gardening has never been easy for Del Velle’s. Most of the Butley family’s beautiful gardens are harming the environment, especially the roses where native animals in the yard cannot flourish. Charming, hilarious, and meaningful, the theatre show expands the depths of different perspectives of beauty while helping the environment.

Truckers Head to Their Mission in Washington, D.C.

Truckers Head to Their Mission in Washington, D.C.

The recent Canadian protest tackled on COVID-19 restriction issues that take a toll on jobs, families, and other livelihoods in Canada. People feel that they should not need to be vaccinated, thus sparking inspiration for some of America’s upcoming protests. Many Americans who followed these values largely funded the Canadian campaign in Ottawa, allowing them to get food, shelter, and transportation for free.

Luxury Bus, Jet, Brings Relaxing Experience for Travelers from NYC to D.C.

Luxury Bus, Jet, Brings Relaxing Experience for Travelers from NYC to D.C.

The Jet released their luxury transportation services just recently from New York City to Washington, D.C., delivering satisfying experiences for travelers who want to see the beautiful landscape of the East Coast. Starting at $99 for one way, the bus uses HoverSeat technology that reclines much further than one would expect in an airplane. The bus had clean hardwood floors and a bathroom designed as if you were glamming up for the Academy Awards. During this trip, passengers would feel nothing in their seats. That’s how smooth the ride is.

DC Guardian Angels Save a Man’s Life

DC Guardian Angels Save a Man’s Life

Yesterday at 3pm the Washington DC Police said that they were in pursuit of 2 young adult African American with guns.  After a brief chase one of the suspects was shot and killed by the police.  Within hours hundreds of demonstrators assembled outside of the po0lice precinct to protest.  The group was mostly black but […]

Opening the Red Curtains

Opening the Red Curtains

In Washington D.C. two theater companies, Theater J and Round House Theater, along with many others, have recently announced their plans to not reopen their doors for performances until at least 2021 starts. After being forced to shut their doors and interrupt their live performances, companies are relying on donations and the federal Paycheck Protection […]

Caribou Coffee to Close, Rebrand 168 U.S. Locations

Caribou Coffee to Close, Rebrand 168 U.S. Locations

Sad news for fans of Caribou Coffee. The brand announced that they would be closing 80 locations this month. Another 88 stores in Ohio, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Washington D.C., Maryland, Virginia, Georgia, Illinois and Eastern Wisconsin will be converted to Peet’s Coffee & Tea locations over the next 12 to 18 months. In a statement, the company […]

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