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Meet Suga & Spice: A minority-owned Southern Caribbean Restaurant in Hyattsville Arts District

Meet Suga & Spice: A minority-owned Southern Caribbean Restaurant in Hyattsville Arts District

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now What is Suga & Spice? Suga & Spice, located at 5557 Baltimore Ave., Suite 100, next to Chipotle, is a Southern Caribbean-infused restaurant from Jeffeary Miskiri and his wife…

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From sliding in the DM’s to the big screen. A DMV media maven is bringing their docuseries to the area

From sliding in the DM’s to the big screen. A DMV media maven is bringing their docuseries to the area

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now Flo and Beks depict an intriguing and unrepresented story of two Nigerian-Americans who met online through Instagram and finally, at the end of the story, got married! Flo and…

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Say Hello to Float DC, A Minority Owned, 18-foot Picnic “Rental” Boat Company at the Wharf

Say Hello to Float DC, A Minority Owned, 18-foot Picnic “Rental” Boat Company at the Wharf

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now Float DC is a black-owned electric rental boat company that provides boats to family, couples, friends, business professionals, and couples for entertainment purposes. The company was founded by Lavert…

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From a simple event idea: Meet the DMV Afro-Latina, who’s here to save your curls,            ONE CURL AT A TIME! with her products.

From a simple event idea: Meet the DMV Afro-Latina, who’s here to save your curls, ONE CURL AT A TIME! with her products.

Written by Staff writer-Blog Events Now Hair is a person’s most defining physical quality. How you dress, your hair represents you as a person, reflect your inner self, enhances your personality and beauty. Your hair…

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Washington, DC Prominent landmark is set to re-open: The National Building Museum Announces April 9th Reopening.

Washington, DC Prominent landmark is set to re-open: The National Building Museum Announces April 9th Reopening.

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now Heard the news of reopening the National Building Museum? Yes, it’s true! After the 16 months closure of the museum due to the pandemic, the CEO of National Building…

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Celebrating The Divine 9:DMV’S Black Greek Festival through brotherhood, sisterhood, and service.

Celebrating The Divine 9:DMV’S Black Greek Festival through brotherhood, sisterhood, and service.

Published by writer-Blog Events Now Black Greek Fest™ serves as an engaging environment designed to foster greek unity in our nation’s capital rooted in brotherhood, sisterhood, and service. With the goal of hosting more than…

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DMV 7 BEST DRIVE-IN MOVIE THEATER TO CHECK OUT WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY!

DMV 7 BEST DRIVE-IN MOVIE THEATER TO CHECK OUT WITH FRIENDS & FAMILY!

Written by Staff Writer at-Blog Events Now The demand for Drive In-Outdoor movies became very popular during the pandemic.For the younger generation, this may be a new theme, however, the Drive-In movie has been around…

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Ready, Set, Let’s Eat! DC Restaurant Week has arrived with Outdoor & Indoor Dining option!

Ready, Set, Let’s Eat! DC Restaurant Week has arrived with Outdoor & Indoor Dining option!

Written by Writer at-Blog Events Now With a cold climate and a pandemic of COVID-19, winter in our country is a tough time. During the annual Metropolitan Washington Restaurant Week, foodies will be able to…

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DC Now Launches COVID19-Advertising INITIATIVE “NOW Program” TO AID SMALL BUSINESS and Events. APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN!

DC Now Launches COVID19-Advertising INITIATIVE “NOW Program” TO AID SMALL BUSINESS and Events. APPLICATION IS NOW OPEN!

Written by Staff at-Blog Events Now In a digital age, it can be very unusual to have the ability to interact with like-minded people. But face it, there are many offers in the workplace –…

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8 Winter Lodges & Cozy getaway’s to stay in Maryland!

8 Winter Lodges & Cozy getaway’s to stay in Maryland!

Written by Staff Writer at Blog Events Now Winter is near and many restrictions has been put in place in the last few weeks to slow down the spread of the coronavirus. As cases rise, it…

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