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On July 31st, WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The nation's capital played host to a grand celebration of American soccer Saturday, as a pair of goals from MetroStars midfielder AMADO GUEVARA led the Eastern Conference to a 3-2 victory against the Western Conference in the ninth annual Sierra Mist MLS All-Star Game at sunny RFK Stadium.
Did you see the battle of DC United FREDDY and KC Wizards JIMMY?
In addition, soccer fans enjoyed watching MLS Celebration Game and fantastic play of AMERICAN NATIONAL TEAM players, such as COBI JONES and MARCELO BALBOA and also WORLD CLASS players, such as CARLOS VALDERRAMA and JORGE CAMPOS. RFK Stadium was totally filled with great excitement, and you could feel USA SOCCER is getting popular and popular with the young genaration players.

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Jerry Garcia Lives On, Happy Birthday Festival

On August 14th through to the 16th, 2003, DC Pages covers the Sunshine Dream Festival. The festival is held every year in remembrance of the late great Jerry Garcia.

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Washington Redskins vs. Philadelphia Eagles

Games of this magnitude have been rare for the Washington Redskins since the first Joe Gibbs era ended. In the second season of his second tenure with the Skins, Joe Gibbs has brought Washington back in the playoffs with a win over Philly 31 to 20. For the depleted Eagles, it was a fitting end to a miserable season. With McNabb and several other key starters sidelined by injuries and Terrell Owens banished from the team, Philadelphia was undermanned and overmatched. Following four straight trips to the NFC championship game, Philadelphia finished in last place in the NFC East with its worst record since going 5-11 in 1999, McNabb's rookie season and Andy Reid's first as Eagles coach.

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World War II Memorial Kicks off Summer

America Celebrates the Greatest Generation by inviting visitors from around the world to come to the Nation’s capital on a very special Memorial Day weekend.

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2004 Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows

January 9-11, 2004 the Cycle World International Motorcycle Shows came to the Washington, DC convention center. The 2003/2004 show schedule started in San Francisco on November, 7, and traveled to Dallas, Seattle, Long Beach, Denver, New York, before Washington, then from DC the show went to Atlanta, Ohio, Chicago, Detroit, Daytona, and finally will end in Minneapolis March, 28.

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2004 Fourth of July Celebration

There may have been torrential rains this Fourth of July on the Capitol, but that didn't stop many metropolitan area residents and out of towners from coming down to the Mall for the annual celebration. Though there was a rumor of cancellations due to inclement weather, people toughed it out. Finding shelter in overhangs or braving the rains with umbrellas and rain ponchos these families and friends enjoyed the company of good food, bands, and most importantly fireworks!

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A Day At The Washington Capitals Training Facility.

DCpages was lucky enough to receive a private invitation to a workout with Washington Capitals strength coach Jim Fox, and players Michael Nylander and Dainius Zubrus. While the rest of the team was on the road for a game, Nylander and Zubrus were rehabilitating from injuries. We would like to thank both Jim and the players for allowing DCpages this exclusive look inside the Capitals organization.

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Taste of Bethesda

The 14th annual Taste of Bethesda was held on Saturday October 4, 2003. Taste of Bethesda is a food and music festival, which is held in the heart of Bethesda's Woodmont Triangle. Over forty restaurants in the Bethesda area set up tents to give people a sample taste of their food. Children's activities, as well as street performers, entertained the crowd of over forty thousand people.

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National Mall July 4, 2006

Fast moving storms with lightning, hail, and strong winds fell upon a hot and humid National Mall during the Fourth of July. But skies soon cleared, and the Independence day celebration continued throughout the night. The sprawling lands of the National Mall & Memorial Parks include the Mall, the public promenade extending from 3rd Street near the Capitol to 14th Street. The National Mall is the continuation of that space where congressionally authorized park icons, such as the Washington Monument, WWII and Lincoln Memorials stand.

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