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Art All Night: Let’s celebrate and discover the beauty of Art in the DMV from Sept 23rd to 24th

Art All Night: Let’s celebrate and discover the beauty of Art in the DMV from Sept 23rd to 24th

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now …..a night of artistic vibes One interesting fact about Art All Night is that the vibes are undying. This 2022 Edition will be a showcase of D.C centre stage…

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37th Annual Mayor’s Arts Award: An Award Show for DC stars, musical acts and entertainment on Sept 13th!

37th Annual Mayor’s Arts Award: An Award Show for DC stars, musical acts and entertainment on Sept 13th!

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now ……..…….community and patrons of Arts and Humanities Year in and out, the Washington, DC, metropolitan area brings forth sets of talents in both Art and Humanities. If you call…

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The 5th Annual Dope Black Girls Brunch: Celebrating women in Media and Politics on Aug.28th

The 5th Annual Dope Black Girls Brunch: Celebrating women in Media and Politics on Aug.28th

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now “Come enjoy an evening of honoring Black Women in Politics & Media“ In major walks of life, black women have been thriving and achieving greatness. Yet, something has always stuck…

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DMV Cigar Week|Celebrating culture,networking, and lovers of Cigars from Aug 15th to Aug 21st

DMV Cigar Week|Celebrating culture,networking, and lovers of Cigars from Aug 15th to Aug 21st

Written by Staff Writer-Blog Events Now Cigar lovers and business enthusiasts do not always have this big opportunity laid bare before them. This is a unique yearly event that always records sold-out sales. An opportunity…

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Washingtonian’s Food for Thought Festival, Presented by PepsiCo, an event showing support to the minority community on May 10th

Washingtonian’s Food for Thought Festival, Presented by PepsiCo, an event showing support to the minority community on May 10th

Written By Staff Writer-Blog Events Now Let’s all come together to show support for the Black and Hispanic community. If you’ve been looking for the perfect opportunity, you must be at this event. The minority…

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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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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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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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Two local creatives, are giving the Grammy’s some competition, with the “Look Mama,I Made It” digital award show based in Washington,DC.

Two local creatives, are giving the Grammy’s some competition, with the “Look Mama,I Made It” digital award show based in Washington,DC.

Written by-Blog Events Now We know many people were at home over the weekend glued to their television watching the Grammy’s, which, from the headlines seemed to be a good evening for many musicians. However,…

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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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