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Woodrow Wilson Bridge Dedication

At a star-spangled ceremony attended
by more than 1,400 dignitaries and guests, the first new Woodrow Wilson Bridge was dedicated. One of the nation’s largest public works, the $2.4 billion Woodrow Wilson Bridge
dedication signaled a new dawn for congestion-weary commuters and interstate travelers: The beginning of the end of the Woodrow Wilson Bridge
corridor’s notorious traffic congestion. In addition to serving as a major local commuting route, the Wilson Bridge is the mid-point of Interstate 95, the east coast’s busiest
highway. The Woodrow Wilson Bridge Project is jointly sponsored by the Federal Highway
Administration, the Virginia Department of Transportation, the Maryland State Highway
Administration and the District of Columbia Department of Transportation.

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Redskins Scrimmage vs. Ravens

Hail to the Redskins! About 50,000 stomped FedexField on Saturday to watch the Redskins scrimmage the Baltimore Ravens. There was no official scoring during the scrimmage , but it was fun to watch the Redskins second team offense scoring with ease. The key play was when Marcus Washington intercepted a pass from Steve McNair and ran the pigskin for a touchdown. The 2006 Redskins seem positioned for big things. Everyone in Washington thinks this could be finally our Super Bowl year. Hail Victory!

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Phantom Planet Concert at the 9:30 Club

Phantom Planet (aka, Alexander Greenwald, Sam Farrar, Darren Robinson, and Jeff Conrad) blew into town on July 10 for an early show at the 9:30 Club. Self-proclaimed to sound like a "a fight between My Bloody Valentine, Fugazi, Elvis Costello and The Attractions, Wire, Gang Of Four, Guided By Voices, The Who, The Cure, The Replacements, The Jam, A Certain Ratio, Bad Brains, A.R.E. Weapons, Blur, Chik Chik Chik, The Flaming Lips, The Clash, Television, The Specials, The English Beat, Early U2, Sean Paul, Magnetic Fields, Led Zeppelin, and whoever your favorite band is". So sit back and enjoy this little piece of California.

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Aki Matsuri- A Japanese-style Autumn Festival 2004

On Sunday, September 26, the 11th Aki Matsuri- A Japanese-style Autumn Festival was presented by the Japan Commerce Association of Washington and the Japan-America Society with support from the Embassy of Japan. At Bohrer Park, the Japanese community in DC area celebrated the coming of autumn with various kinds of Japanese food, traditional games and exciting entertainments.

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Washington Redskins vs. Dallas Cowboys

More epic than a typical cowboy versus the indian territorial battle from your favorite TV Western. The Cowboys–Redskins rivalry is a story of the two most popular professional football teams in the National Football League (NFL). Sports Illustrated has called it the top NFL rivalry of all time and "one of the greatest in sports". The two clubs have won 31 combined NFC Eastern Division championships and eight combined Super Bowls. The Cowboys promote themselves as America's team. But, they forget that Redskins home is our Nation's Capital. Hail to the Redskins!

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Washington Redskins Waken Sleeping New York Giants

After a brilliant first half against division rivals, diehard Redskin fans were whispering to their buddies that Washington could go 13 and 3. "Who would the skins lose to?" asked one. "Maybe New England, maybe Green Bay, and just maybe a scrub game once we get the home field." replied another. After a 17 to 3 halftime lead the defense looked like Super Bowl contenders. Fans were chanting "YOU SUCK!!! And you and you and you" at the New York Giants team as they headed to their locker room pondering what it would be like to be 0 and 3. Then the expectable thing happenned. The Redskins did not get a first down for about 20 minutes of the game trying to run out the clock. Washingon's defense just got tuckered after a really weak offensive performance. This gallery is dedicated to Giants fans living here in the Washington DC area.

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Where is Wiley?

Follow Wiley, an eleven year old American Labrador who's been spotted all around Washington DC, leading the public on a wild chase throughout the city's many neighborhoods and unique attractions. This big nosed, photogenic doggy is our official mascot. Wiley likes to hangout at area landmarks and in local restaurants and shops, also he'd love to visit YOU too.

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Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith

Washington DC's cinema treasure, Uptown Theater, hosted the premier of Star Wars - 'Revenge of the Sith.' Fans of all ages dressed up in their favorite character, played games, watched Star Wars on DVD, and made new friends camping out along Connecticut Avenue days before show time to purchase coveted tickets. "This was the movie we'd been waiting for!"

Cineplex Odeon Uptown

3426 Connecticut Ave. NW

Washington, DC 20008

Tel: 202-966-5400

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The Holocaust Museum - A Place of Remembrance

The United States Holocaust Museum is dedicated to the millions that have died under Nazi rule during World War II. The museum is designed to educate people about this tragic event that shocks the world even to this day.

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