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Visit ‘The BEACH’ For Free This Summer

D.C. residents can head to “The BEACH” for free this summer thanks to Ward Days.


One of two new attractions back on display at the Museum of Natural History. (Photo by Matt DelSignore/All-News 99.1)

2 Dinosaur Attractions Back on Display at Smithsonian Museum

Just in time for one of the busiest periods of the year, the Smithsonian is putting two really big attractions back on display at the Museum of Natural History.


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Cosby’s Art Paired With African Art at Smithsonian

Everybody knows Bill Cosby’s humor, but the comedian has kept his artistic tastes close at home. Now the extensive art collection of Bill and Camille Cosby is opening to the public for the first time Sunday at the Smithsonian Institution, revealing some works by African-American artists that until now have been seen only by family and friends.


Former President Abraham Lincoln's signature is seen during a press preview at the National Archives on March 18, 2014 in Washington, D.C. (Photo credit: BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

National Archives Exhibit Examines Famous Signatures

Curators at the National Archives have culled their collection in search of some of the great signatures of history.


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D.C. Crime Museum Opens Exhibit With Immigration Agency

The Crime Museum in Washington is opening a new exhibit with the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency about the work behind homeland security.


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Smithsonian Eyes Influences of Indian-Americans

Indian-Americans are doctors, engineers, motel owners, taxi drivers and spelling bee champs — just a few takeaways from a new exhibition at the Smithsonian.


The prehistoric Titanoboa, the largest snake to ever live. (credit: Michael Loccisano/Getty Images)

Prehistoric Monster Snake Titanoboa On Display At Smithsonian

A prehistoric monster snake the length of a school bus that likely fed on supersize turtles and crocodiles has made its way to the Smithsonian Institution for an exhibit opening Friday.