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Washington Capitals Training Camp

The Washington Capitals have their training camp in Odenton, Maryland. It is free to the public and there are two hour-long scrimmages and a practice afterwards. Fans got a rare opportunity to meet all of their favorite players in a fan-friendly atmosphere. DCpages own Kostas Pontikis will follow the CAPS this season starting from training camp and ending hopefully with the team winning the Stanley Cup.

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Naval Academy (Navy) Football

Stanford and Navy met tonight for the first time since the two schools battled in 1965 which resulted in a 7-7 tie. Attendance announced as 35,670, the fourth-largest crowd to see a game at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium behind: 1. 36,172 vs. Air Force (Oct. 11, 1997), 2. 36,009 vs. West Virginia (Oct. 3, 1998) and 3. 35,753 vs. Air Force (Oct. 9, 1993). Marco Nelson scored three touchdowns for the Midshipmen and Karlos Whittaker ran for 110 yards on seven carries, becoming the first freshman in Navy history to have a 100-yard rushing game. The mission of the Naval Academy focuses on developing midshipmen morally, mentally and physically in order to provide leaders of character for the Navy and Marine Corps.

304 Farragut Rd

Annapolis, MD 21401-2220

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Baltimore Orioles vs. Anaheim Angels

On friday, July 18, 2003, the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Anaheim Angels 6-5. The Angels came back from a 5-0 deficit to tie the game in the eight inning. Then Tony Batista hit the game winning home run in the bottom of the 8th inning. The stands were filled with over 30,000 fans and for a finale Nextel Sponsored an amazing fireworks show.

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Redskins Draft Day

More than 30,000 energized fans cheered the selection of Sean Taylor while enjoying a unbelievable draft party at FedEx Field. The fun filled Spring day included Hall of Fame Coach Joe Gibbs, offensive line genius Joe Bugel, Redskin players, alumni, music, the Hogettes, heart stopping Redskin cheerleaders, and and ESPN draft day coverage on jumbotron screens.

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National World War II Reunion

World War II Veterans and their families socialized and reconnected with their service colleagues during the Smithsonian's four-day event on the National Mall at a series of tented pavilions and stages.

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SunTrust Indy Race

On a cloudy saturday evening in June, at the Richmond International Raceway, Scott Dixon held the lead with out a problem in the SunTrust Indy Race. The only thing that stopped Dixon was weather at the 206th lap. It was the first time in the IRL history that a driver has held the lead in every lap. This was Dixon 4th victory.

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Redskins Fan Appreciation Day

An estimated 25,000 people attended Redskins Training Camp Built by The Home Depot on Saturday. Many came to watch Hall of Fame head coach Joe Gibbs in action for the first time since his return to the team last January. The first group of fans arrived as early as 4:30 in the morning. A line to get in the training camp grounds started at 6 a.m.

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Rekindling the Fire: The Restoration of All Things

Starting June 25th until July 6th, The Twelve Tribes are holding a Festival right on the National Mall. Themed, "Rekindling the Fire: The Restoration of All Things", this event offers a unique religious perspective. Highlights include: Why the Jesus Movement Never Got Off the Ground, Free Speech Open Forum, Rincon Latino, and the Original Cider Press. So grab a Mate (tradition Tea Drink), or even stick around for some authentic food in the Common Ground Cafe, and enjoy the festival!

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BODIES...The Exhibition

Have you ever wondered what’s underneath your skin?
After seeing this Exhibition, you will finally know. BODIES...The Exhibition allows people to learn about their own bodies and, ultimately, teaches how to take better care of their health and make positive lifestyle choices. What makes the exhibit so compelling (real bodies in everyday poses) is also what makes it most controversial. Without those very features, the exhibit would not be such a powerful educational experience. The exhibition enables visitors to see and understand the medical conditions of their friends and loved ones in a whole new way – by highlighting pressing health concerns, including obesity, breast cancer, colon
cancer, cirrhosis of the liver, ectopic pregnancy, arthritis, osteoporosis and bone fractures. The exhibition also highlights damage done to...

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