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Corner Bakery Cafe Corner Bakery Cafe
4 Washington DC Locations!
Phone: (202) 371-8811
Catering: (202) 371-8811
Born to bake fresh specialty breads for our sister restaurant, Maggiano's Little Italy, our baking expertise was in such great demand that we soon grew up into our own bakery cafe serving breakfast, lunch and dinner.
   
Capitol City Brewing Company Capitol City Brewing Company
2 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Corner of 11th and H Streets, NW
Phone: (202) 842-BEER or (202) 628-2222
Capitol City Brewing Co. opened its doors in 1992 as the first brew pub in our nation's capital since prohibition. Our brew masters use only the finest hops and malt to create our trademark ales, lagers and pilsners. Not to be outdone, our chefs have conjured-up a spectacular menu inspired by regional cuisines.
   
Subway Sub Shop

Subway
Headquarters: 325 Bic Drive Milford, CT 06460 USA
Phone: (203) 877-4281 / (800) 888-4848
Exciting things are happening at Subway like subway select sandwiches, low fat subs, gourmet breads & tasty sauces.

   
Hotel Washington Hotel Washington
15th & Pennsylvania Avenue
Phone: (202) 638-5900
The Two Continents Sky Room is also available for Dinner between 6pm - 10pm for fine dining. Our Two Continents Lobby Restaurant is open for breakfast every day from 6:30am to 10:30am with a full American Breakfast buffet set by 7:00 AM. To book for a private function call the catering department at 202 628 9769.
   
The Exchange Saloon

The Exchange Saloon
1719 G Street, NW
Phone: (202) 393-4690
Celebrated by both locals and tourists alike, The Exchange is Washington, DC oldest and most prestigious Saloon. The Exchange Saloon has the charm of our town, with something for everyone. Take some time to browse our menus and find out where we are located. We are just steps from the White House, Museums and other hot spots of our Nations Capital.

   
Mehak Indian Cuisine

Mehak Indian Cuisine
817 7th Street, NW
Phone: (202) 408-9292
Mehak is a Hindi word meaning AROMA. Mehak has been serving the Falls Church - Merrifield corridor since 1991. We serve authentic North Indian Food, cooked Mogul style. A clay oven called Tandoor is used for cooking the Tandoori dishes and breads like Nan, Roti and Parantha. All entrees can be cooked to your preference of spiciness. Mehak serves Lunch Buffet seven days a week and offers free delivery to a limited area. Catering is available for any occasion. No party is too small or too large!

   
Hard Rock Cafe

Hard Rock Cafe
999 E. Street NW
Phone: (202) 797-7625
If you think that our nation's capital is stuffy, guess again. For 10 years now we've been rockin' the scene in the city on the Potomac. Hard Rock Cafe Washington, D.C. is your oasis of insanity in the world of political infighting. A favorite of lobbyists and bagmen alike, be sure to make time for a visit. We don't care which political party you belong to, 'cause the real party is here.

   
Phillips Flagship

Phillips Flagship
900 Water Street, SW Waterfront
Phone: (202) 448-8515
All you can eat seafood buffet • weekend dining • weekend brunch • sushi bar • parking garage • group menus.

   
Tony and Joe's Seafood Place

Tony and Joe's Seafood Place
3000 K Street
Phone: (202) 944-4545
Tony and Joe’s features a huge selection of fresh seafood, as well as traditional landlubbing favorites. Indoors or out, you’ll always have a great view of Washington Harbour and its historical surrounding area. Come for the view, stay for the food.

   
M and S Grill

M & S Grill
600 13th Street, NW
Phone: (202) 347-1500
M & S Grill is a place to socialize in the best of traditions, serving classic, hand built cocktails in a spirited and lively atmosphere. Our commitment to excellence comes from our own roots as part of the McCormick & Schmick's family of traditional restaurants.

   
Nick's Riverside Grille

Nick's Riverside Grille
3050 K Street
Phone: (202) 342-3535
Nick’s Riverside Grille is a family-owned restaurant serving great American fare — fine steaks, authentic pasta dishes and the freshest seafood! Our dining room has spectacular views of the Potomac River and the surrounding area, plus our spacious outdoor terrace is a great spot to take in all the waterfront scenery.

   
 

Ben & Jerry's
Union Station: 50 Massachusetts Ave., NE. Phone: (202) 842-2887
Downtown DC: Old Post Office Pavilion, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave., NW. Phone: (202) 842-5882
Dupont Circle: 1333 19th Street NW. Phone: (202) 785-4882
Georgetown: 3135 M Street NW. Phone: (202) 965-2222
On Capital Hill: at Eastern Market. Phone: (202) 546-2253
All natural & Vermont's finest.

   
 

Cabanas
3050 K Street, NW
Phone: (202) 944-4242
Located in Georgetown's Washington Harbour, you'll always have a great view of our nation's capitol and it's surrounding area. Our restaurant offers spacious outdoor dining right next to the Potomac River, or you can relax indoors in one of our private cabanas, or just come and enjoy a cool tropical drink in our bright and colorful bar.

   
 

McCormicks & Schmicks
901 F Street, NW or 1652 K Street, NW
Phone: (202) 639-9330 or (202) 861-2233
Widely regarded as the place to see the city's most famous and notable names, it has distinguished itself with a fresh-daily menu of more than 30 seafood and fish selections from the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans.

   
 

America Regional American Cuisine
50 Massachusetts Avenue, NE
Phone: (202) 682-9555
Great Food, Family Atmosphere. The only 50-star restaurant in D.C. with sweeping views of Capitol Hill.


Grace & Bamboo Chinese Restaurant
In Georgetown
3206 Grace Street, NW
Phone: (202) 333-6889 or (202) 333-6988
Serving modern Chinese cuisine prepared by our famous chef. Dine In / Carry Out / Delivery.

Anna Maria's Italian Restaurant
Dupont Circle
1737 Connecticut Ave, N.W.
Phone: (202) 667-1444 or (202) 667-7461
Italian restaurant offers specialty veal, pasta, and seafood dishes. See the famous Photo Gallery of the Stars
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Benihana
Shops at Georgetown Park
3222 M Street, NW, Washington, District Of Columbia 20007
Phone: (202) 333-1001
Enjoy the finest steak, chicken and seafood prepared teppanyaki style at your table by your very own chef or enjoy fresh sushi and sashimi at our spacious sushi bar. Benihana is a great place to celebrate special occasions or meet new friends.

California Pizza Kitchen
1260 Connecticut Avenue NW At N. Street
Washington, DC 20036
Phone: (202) 331-4020
California Pizza Kitchen is a leading casual dining chain in the premium pizza segment with a recognized consumer brand and an established, loyal customer base. There are currently over 100 restaurants in over 25 states, the District of Columbia and four foreign countries.

John Harvard's Brew House
1299 Pennsylvania Ave, Washington, DC 20004
Phone: (202) 783-2739 Fax: (202) 783-2745
We serve honest food and real beer in an English pub atmosphere. Let the dog days of summer pass you by as you sit back and sip your refreshing pint of Harvard Hefe-Weizen.

Capital Q BBQ
H Street, NW
(in heart of Chinatown 1 block from the MCI Center)
Phone: (202) 347-8396
"...this is barbequed brisket that deserves it's reputation as a regional American delicacy." –Robert Shoffner The Washingtonian Magazine

Levantes Restaurant
Dupont Circle
1320 Nineteenth St., N.W.
Phone: (202) 293-3244
Levante's is the first restaurant group to offer eastern Mediterranean cuisine in a casual dining environment. Open kitchens and wood-fired ovens produce charcoal - grilled meats and vegetables, which are prepared in full view of diners. Pita and flat breads are baked fresh.

Burrito Brothers Restaurant
Union Station
50 Massachusetts Avenue N.E.
Phone: (202) 289-3652
Burrito Brothers specializes in Mexican foods such as tacos, fajitas, burritos, chicken, beef, pork and more.

Panda's Rice Bowl
Union Station Food Court
50 Massachusetts Ave. NE
Phone: (202) 789-0382
Meals in a bowl made fresh & simply delicious. Home-style Asian cooking without added MSG. A variety of toppings served over healthy steamed rice.

The East Street Cafe
Union Station/Mezzanine Level
50 Massachusetts Ave. NE
Phone: (202) 371-6788
Enjoy a variety of wonderful traditional and exotic Asian dishes.

The Panda Cafe
Old Post Office Pavilion Food Court
1100 Pennsylvania Ave. NW
Phone: (202) 682-1036
Delicious Sichuan cuisine. Chicken, pork, beef & vegetarian specialties.

Cafe La Ruche
Georgetown
1039 31st Street NW
Phone: (202) 965-2684
Georgetown's oldest French Bistro serving lunch and dinner seven days a week.

   
   
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Attractions
   
Old Town Trolley Washington DC Old Town Trolley Washington DC
Discover the nation’s capitol during this two hour tour. See the best first and enjoy the stories of the men, women and events that shaped our nation. With well planned stops you can visit Georgetown, the Mall, the National Cathedral, Lincoln Memorial, the Smithsonian museums and much, much more!
   
Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour

Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour
Washington DC's spectacular monuments at night are not to be missed on this 2 1/2 hour fully narrated tour. With stops at the Iwo Jima Memorial, FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veteran and Korean War Memorials you will definitely want to bring your camera. Washington, D.C. is most beautiful after the sun sets.

   
DC Ducks Tour

DC Ducks
See Washington DC on the land and water with this most unusual tour. Traveling in original WW II DUKW amphibious vehicles, this 90 minute tour will take you through the city of Washington before splashing down into the Potomac River for the most unique ride of your vacation!

   
Potomac River Dinner Dance Cruise Potomac River Dinner Dance Cruise
Time for A Different Point of View? Then head for Washington's historic waterfront and join in for a Spirit of Washington cruise on the mighty Potomac River. Enjoy wonderful dining, dancing, live entertainment and splendid views of our nation's capital, all for one price.
   
Mount Vernon Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens
Located at the Southern end of the George Washington Parkway
Phone: (703) 780-2000
Open everyday of the Year! Educational Tours! Bring History to Life!
George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate & Gardens offers a variety of field trip experiences. Designed to help you meet specific curriculum-based standards, these programs focus on George Washington and life in the 18th century.
   
National Building Museum National Building Museum
401 F Street NW
Phone: (202) 272-2448
Discover one of Washington's most spectacular structures and experience what people from all over the country are talking about. "I love the expression of surprise that registers on visitors' faces when they enter the Museum. The interior space never ceases to delight and awe my tour clients, and the wonderful exhibits offer an unexpected learning pleasure. The National Building Museum is an experience!" states Jeanne Fogel,owner of A Tour de Force: Guided Tours of Washington, D.C.
   
National Museum of Women in the Arts National Museum of Women in the Arts
1250 New York Avenue, NW
Phone: (202) 783-5000
View over 250 works by women artists from around the world in the museum's permanent collection.
   
Spirits Cruises Spirit Cruises
Pier 4, 6th & Water Streets, SW
Phone: (202) 554-8000
Step aboard the Spirit Cruises for an afternoon or evening of unparalleled cruising fun on the Potomac River. Enjoy this luxurious Washington DC harbor cruise. You'll dine, dance, enjoy star-quality entertainers and fascinating skyline
views on this Washington cruise ship, all for one price. For two, ten or 400 guests, it's the best all-around good time in Washington DC.
   
The National Japanese American Memorial The National Japanese American Memorial
Near Union Station at New Jersey & Louisiana Avenues D Street NW
Phone: (202) 530-0015
Dedicated on November 9, 2000, this Memorial honors the loyalty and courage of Japanese Americans during World War II and commemorates the heroism and sacrifice of Japanese Americans who fought and died for their country. In addition, the Memorial tells the story of 120,000 brave men, women, and children who, despite the abridgement of their civil rights and even relocation to desolate camps, maintained their loyalty and supported their nation on the home front. It is an important story for all Americans..
 

 

  Smithsonian Johnson IMAX Theater
10th & Constitution Ave, NW
Washington, DC 20560
Phone: (202) 633-7400
This IMAX adventure takes you on a spectacular three-dimensional exploration of the world under the sea. Discover the living, breathing, aquatic kaleidoscope as you swim with sharks, starfish and sea lions.
   
  The Folger
201 East Capital Street, SE
Phone: (202) 544-7077
The Folger Shakespeare Library, located on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC, is a world-class research center on Shakespeare and on the early modern age in the West. It is home to the world’s largest and finest collection of Shakespeare materials and to major collections of other rare Renaissance books, manuscripts, and works of art.
   
  United State Holocaust Museum
100 Paoul Memorial Museum
Phone: (202) 488-0400
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is America’s national institution for the documentation, study, and interpretation of Holocaust history, and serves as this country’s memorial to the millions of people murdered during the Holocaust.
   
  The National Archives Experience
Constitution Avenue between 7th and 9th Streets
Phone: (202) 501-5000
Of all documents and materials created in the course of business conducted by the United States Federal government, only 1%-3% are so important for legal or historical reasons that they are kept by us forever. Those valuable records are preserved and are available to you, whether you want to see if they contain clues about your family’s history, need to prove a veteran’s military service, or are researching an historical topic that interests you.
   
  Marian Koshland's Science Museum
6th & E Streets, NW
Phone: (888) 567-4526
The Marian Koshland Science Museum features state-of-the-art exhibits that present the complexities of science in an engaging and accessible way to the general public. Best enjoyed by visitors ages 13 and older, the museum explores current scientific issues at the core of many of the nation’s public policy decisions, as presented in reports by the National Academies.
   
  The Lincoln Memorial
Lincoln Memorial, national memorial authorized in 1911. Located in Washington, D.C., the structure commemorates United States president Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865).
   
  The Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
Located along the famous Cherry Tree Walk on the Tidal Basin near the national mall, this is a memorial not only to FDR, but also to the era he represents. The monument traces twelve years of American History through a sequence of four outdoor rooms-each one devoted to one of FDR's terms of office.
   
  Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Write to: Thomas Jefferson Memorial
900 Ohio Drive, SW
Washington, DC 20024-2000
Fax: (200) 426-1844
Phone Visitor Information: (202) 426-6841
Phone Headquarters: (202) 485-9880
Thomas Jefferson-political philosopher, architect, musician, book collector, scientist, horticulturist, diplomat, inventor, and third President of the United States-looms large in any discussion of what Americans are as a people.
   
  The White House
Write to: President's Park 1100 Ohio Drive, SW Washington, DC 20242 - or -
White House Visitor Center 1450 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, Room 1894 Washington, DC 20230
Fax: 202-208-1643 Phone Visitor Information: (202) 208-1631
The White House at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW, was originally constructed 1792-1800, the work of James Hoban. It was reconstructed in 1815 after being burned by British soldiers during the War of 1812. It has been the home of every president of the United States since John Adams.
   
  The Vietnam Memorial
Write to: Vietnam Veterans Memorial
900 Ohio Drive, SW
Washington, DC 20024
Fax: (202) 426-1844. Phone Visitor Information: (202) 426-684. Phone Headquarters: (202) 485-1885
The Vietnam Veterans Memorial serves as a testament to the sacrifice of American military personnel during one of this nation's least popular wars. The purpose of this memorial is to separate the issue of the sacrifices of the veterans from the U.S. policy in the war, thereby creating a venue for reconciliation.
   
  The Washington Monument
Write to: 900 Ohio Drive, SW Washington, DC 20024-2000
Fax: (202) 724-0764
Phone Visitor Information: (202) 426-6841
Phone Headquarters: (202) 485-9880
Alone among the Founders of the United States George Washington earned the title "Father of his Country" in recognition of his leadership in the cause of American independence.
   
  The Korean Memorial
write to: Korean War Veterans Memorial, 900 Ohio Drive,
SW Washington, DC 20024
Phone Visitor Information : (202) 426-6841
Phone Headquarters: (202) 485-9880
From 1950 to 1953, the United States joined with United Nations forces in Korea to take a stand against what was deemed a threat to democratic nations worldwide.
   
  The Arlington Cemetery
Arlington, Virginia 22211
Phone Visitors Center: (703) 607-8052
More than four million people visit the cemetery annually, many coming to pay final respects at graveside services, of which nearly 100 are conducted each week, Monday through Friday.
   
  Union Station
50 Massachusetts Avenue, NE.
Washington, D.C.
Phone: (202) 371-9441
This magnificent building has even played host to 17 Presidents and countless foreign dignitaries. However, what may be most impressive is the fact that Union Station's marble floors echo with the footsteps of over 23.4 million people each year, making it the most visited site in all of Washington, D.C.
   
  The Supreme Court of the United States
Write to: Public Information Officer, Supreme Court of the United States, Washington, DC 20543
The Supreme Court is the highest tribunal in the nation for all cases and controversies arising under the Constitution or the laws of the United States.
   
  The Library of Congress
101 Independence Ave, SE Washington, DC. 20540
Phone: (202) 707-5000
The Library of Congress is the nation's oldest federal cultural institution, and it serves as the research arm of Congress. It is also the largest library in the world, with more than 120 million items on approximately 530 miles of bookshelves.
   
  The Capital Children's Museum
800 Third Street NE
Phone: (202) 675-4120
Capital Children's Museum (CCM) has fostered children's love of learning for over 25 years. Children are encouraged to explore by touching, climbing, tasting and using their imagination to learn about the world around them.
   
  The National Aquarium
Department of Commerce Building, Room B-077
14th St. and Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20230
Phone: (202) 482-2825. Fax: (202) 482-4946
Tanks filled with fish, frogs, alligators, sharks, etc.. Open daily from 9:00am to 5:00pm exception of Christmas. A self-guided tour of the Aquarium takes approximately 45 minutes to an hour.
   
  The International Spy Museum
800 F Street NW, Washington, D.C. 20004
Phone: 202.EYE.SPY.U (202.393.7798). Fax : 202.393.7797
Email: jsaxon@spymuseum.org
The International Spy Museum is the first public museum in the United States solely dedicated to the tradecraft, history, and contemporary role of espionage. In development since 1996, the museum will feature the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display.
   
  Blues Alley Jazz Club
1073 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Washington, DC 20007
Daily 6:00pm-12:30am
Phone: (202) 337-4141. Fax: (202) 337-7946
Founded in 1965, Blues Alley is the nation's oldest continuing jazz supper club, having showcased internationally renowned concert hall artists such as Dizzy Gillespie, Sarah Vaughan, Nancy Wilson, Grover Washington Jr., Ramsey Lewis, Charlie Byrd and Maynard Ferguson, in a small intimate setting.
   
  The DEA Museum
700 Army Navy Drive in Arlington, Virginia
Phone: (202) 307-3463. Fax: (202) 307-8956
E-Mail: museumstaff@deamuseum.org
From opium dens in the mid-1800's to the international drug mafias of today, Illegal Drugs in America: A Modern History traces the impact that drugs have had on American society and the efforts by federal law enforcement to combat this growing problem.
   
  The National Geographic Explorers Hall
17th & M Streets N.W.
Phone: (202) 857-7588
In Explorers Hall, past and current expeditions come to life. Learn the latest from scientists in the field through our interactive programs, artifacts and more. We are your window to the adventurous world of National Geographic. Admission is free.
   
  The National Memorial to Patriotism
Between the Capital & Union Station on D Street
This is Washington's newest monument and an American Story of patriotism during World War II.
   
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Lodging & Transportation
   
Washington Metro

Washington Metro
Phone: (202) 637-7000
TTY: (202) 3780)
Washington isn't monumental without Metro.

   
 

Washington DC Hotel Accommodations
Phone: (800) 603-2733
E-mail: brian@netinsights.com
Offers discounted hotel reservations for the Washington DC area.

   
  The Hotel George
15E Street NW
Washington, DC 20001
Planning to visit DC? Stay with The Hotel George and enjoy our central location on Capitol Hill, just steps from DC’s popular government buildings, museums and monuments. Packages available.
   
  Best Western Washington, D.C. Hotels and Motels
Best Western Washington, D.C. Hotels and Motels. The official hotel lodging reservations and information site for the Best Western hotels in Washington, D.C., the Nation's Capital.
   
  Phoenix Park Hotel
520 North Capitol Street NW, Washington D.C. 20001
Phone: 202-638-6900
We invite you to experience the Phoenix Park Hotel and enjoy the luxury of our recent 3 million dollar renovation. Your guestroom provides a sanctuary of calm relaxation. As Americas center of Irish Hospitality, the Phoenix Park Hotel combines Celtic charm with an ideal Capitol Hill location.
   
 

The Jefferson - A Loews Hotel
1200 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
The Jefferson sits in the heart of the Capitol & is only a short walk from the White House and Mall. 100 individually decorated rooms & suites create an unmatched blend of class and comfort.


Doubletree's Washington DC Hotels
Multiple Locations Throughout Washington DC
Book a room online at DC area Doubletrees and then browse through our extensive information on the region’s popular attractions, activities and restaurants. Reserve online to save.


Marriott Wardham Park
2660 Woodley Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20008
Discover the perfect balance of landmark charm and modern sophistication, all in a historic Washington D.C. hotel setting, when you choose the Marriott Wardman Park for your lodging needs.

   
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Shopping
   
The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District

The Golden Triangle Business Improvement District
From the White House to Dupont Circle & 16th to 21st.
Shop! Dine! Stroll! The Golden Triangle is the premier business location in the heart of the Nation's Capital. The BID is bounded by the south side of Dupont Circle, 21st Street to the west, Pennsylvania Avenue on the south over to the west side of 16th Street, N.W. A wide variety of retail establishments encompass the district and offer a top-notch selection of goods and services!

   
 

The Shops at Georgetown Park
3222 M Street, N.W.
(202) 298-5577
Mall Hours
Monday-Saturday: 10am-9pm
Sunday: noon-6pm

   
 

The White House Gift Shop
529 14th St. NW
Phone: (202) 662-7280 / Toll free: (877) 887-6280
Open 7 days a week. Shops at the National Press Building.

   
 

Embassy Camera Center
1735 Connecticut Ave., NW
(One block from Dupont Circle Metro)
Phone: (202) 483-7448
Complete photographic equipment & supplies. Featuring superior products like Zeiss, Polaroid, Vivitar, Kodak, Minolta & Pentax. Have sales, rentals & repairs.

   
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No Child Left Behind: A New Era in Education
Phone: 1 (800) USALearn
On Jan. 8, 2002, President Bush signed into law the No Child Left Behind Act of 2001 (NCLB). This new law represents his education reform plan and contains the most sweeping changes to the Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA) since it was enacted in 1965.

   
 

The IMF Center: The International Monetary Fund
720 19th Street NW
Phone: (202) 623-6869
Permanent exhibits year-round, bookstore, gift shop, and video presentations.

   
 

See Washington DC
2304 Marietta Street
New Orleans, LA 70043
Phone: (504) 237-2820
See Washington, DC a travel guide to Washington DC area featuring attractions, dining, hotels, and more.

   
  America Celebrates
The dedication of Washington, DC’s newest national treasure on Memorial Day weekend 2004 will launch an unprecedented region-wide salute to the men and women who served in World War II. Community and military leaders gathered at the site of the World War II Memorial on Veterans Day to announce America Celebrates the Greatest Generation, an array of more than 60 World War II-themed exhibitions, performances, walking tours, and hotel packages in Washington, DC and the Capital Region. Running from Memorial Day to Labor Day 2004, the 100-day celebration will invite travelers to visit the newest national memorial in the nation’s capital and to honor the contributions of the World War II generation. From themed walking tours to patriotic hotel packages, America Celebrates the Greatest Generation highlights the impact and influence of the generation on art, music, history and culture on Washington, DC and on the United States.
   
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Theater and Culture
   
 

Sheer Madness
The Kennedy Center
Performing every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday at 8pm, Friday at 9pm, Saturday at 6pm & 9pm and Sunday at 3:30pm and 7pm.
Charge by Phone: (202) 467-4600

   
  Capital Steps: From the Group that put the "Mock" in Democracy
Ronald Reagan & International Trade Center
Performing every Friday & Saturday night at 7:30 p.m.
Phone Ticketmaster: (202) 432-7328 or go to the DC Visitor Info Center
Phone General Info: (703) 683-8330
 
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