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  1. We can ALL choose to buy Made In The U.S.A. labeled goods if we really want to. BUY AMERICAN
  2. We enjoy these unique double sided stand up pewter Christmas ornaments because you don't need to hang them on anything. They are thin, but have a flat base so you can rest them pretty much anywhere... And they're made in the USA!
  3. 23rd Annual DC Blues Festival FREE TO THE PUBLIC! Don't miss this FREE family-friendly day with Blues Greats: Preston Shannon Grady Champion Nadine Ray & The All-Stars Anthony "Swamp Dog" Clark DC Blues Society Band and so many more. This year there will be an Instument Petting Zoo, and musical learning workshops for all. NOON TILL 7:30PM SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3RD CARTER BARON AMPHITHEATERE IN ROCK CREEK PARK 16TH STREET & COLORADO AVENUE NW WASHINTON DC 20008 CLICK HERE FOR DIRECTIONS MAP AND PARKING LOCATIONS
  4. Proceeds support animal care, conservation science, education, and sustainability at the National Zoo. Food will be available for purchase during the event. Please note: only cash will be accepted; an ATM is located within the event site. The only entrance point to Brew will be through the Connecticut Avenue entrance. FONZ encourages you to take the Red Line to the Woodley Park/Zoo/Adams Morgan stop or the Cleveland Park stop. The Zoo entrance lies halfway between these stops, and both are a short walk from the Zoo. Tickets include: SOLD OUT * All beer sampling * See participating breweries - CLICK HERE * A commemorative mug * Live music by local band White Ford Bronco If you have questions, please call 202.633.3040.
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    Crazy panda

    See more panda bears on the National Zoo slideshow! Click the image to see the slideshow
  6. Monday, July 4, 2011 Help Find a Cure The 5K course runs through beautiful shady residential neighborhood streets with a long downhill finish. After the race, enjoy food and music. Random prizes will be awarded. Help us start the 4th of July with an early celebration! Where: Potomac Library at the intersection of River and Falls Roads in Potomac, Maryland. Exit 39 off of 495 at River Road and head towards Potomac. Click here to see the Event Map Schedule: 7:30 a.m. : Pre-race warm-up (with professional trainer Fred Foster) 8:00 a.m. : 5K road race 8:05 a.m. : 1 mile walk Parking: Available in surrounding neighborhoods. Post-Race Festivities: Click Here for Registration Information www.AutismSpeaks.org
  7. The photo gallery tour of Congressional Country Club during a World Class event much like the US Open can be seen by clicking here This picture is a view of Congressional Clubhouse from sixth green while attending the Booze Allen Classic. Congressional Country Club 8500 River Rd Bethesda, MD 20817
  8. The location of The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum can be seen very clearly on the DCpages.com 3D-interactive Map of downtown Washington DC. [CLICK HERE TO VIEW 3D MAP] It is the building on Independence Avenue in between the Hershorn Museum at 7th Street, and the National Museum of the American Indian at 4th Street. The best Metrorail subway station is L'Enfant Plaza exiting onto 7th Street.
  9. June 11-13 Creating "The Caring Society": A Progressive Alternative to Tea Party Extremism and Corporate Domination of American Politics and Culture Be on the GROUND FLOOR of developing A STRATEGY FOR PROGRESSIVES in the Obama Years. Support Obama to BE the President Americans Thought They Were Voting For & Resist the Corporate Takeover of America: A Unique Strategy Conference Bringing together Religious and Spiritual Progressives with Secular Liberals and Progressives in the Age of Obama to explore strategies appropriate for the complexities of a period in which the failures of the Democrats to present a coherent progressive vision and program has created the space for the rise of a quasi-fascist and racist movement on the Right that threatens to move all of American political discourse in violent and destructive ways, and simultaneously to strengthen corporate dominance. We will address strategy both in response to the immediate crisis of 2010, and also in regard to building a long-term vision of the economic, spiritual, and ethical dimensions of a democratic society that could re-inspire people to fight for fundamental changes and societal transformation beyond the limits of "inside-the-beltway pragmatism" and "being realistic" in terms set by the corporate media. Foci of the conference: A. CORPORATIONS ARE NOT PERSONS AND SHOULD NOT HAVE SAME RIGHTS AS PERSONS B. ENVIRONMENTAL & SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY AMENDMENT C. GLOBAL MARSHALL PLAN AS A WAY TO END THE WAR ON TERROR AND REPLACE IT WITH A STRATEGY OF GENEROSITY Speakers, Presenters and Workshop Leaders include: Congressmen Keith Ellison and Dennis Kucinich, Rev. Brian McLaren, Sister Joan Chittister,Bill McKibben, Rabbi Michael Lerner, Sharon Welch, Peter Gabel, Rev. James Winkler, Heather Booth, Rev. Conrad Braaten, John Dear S.J., Rev. Graylan Hagler, Rabbi Arthur Waskow, David Korten, Jonathan Granoff, Robert Thurman, Marianne Williamson, Jeremy Ben Ami, Paul Wapner, Svi Shapiro, Josh Weiner, Bob McChesney, John Nichols, Sheri Shapiro, Medea Benjamin, Rev. James Forbes, Lester Brown, Bill Moyer, John Cavanagh, Rob Weissman, Drew Dellinger, Nanette Schorr, Kim Wright, Cheryl Conner, Rebecca Subar, Rabbi Arik Ascherman, Gershon Baskin, Emma's Revolution, Rabbi David Schneyer, and more The San Francisco conference sold out in advance, and that may be true of the D.C. conference which has even less space--so register soon! Click Here to learn more.
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    Father's Day

    Father's Day: * A young son's interpretation: It's just like Mother's Day only you don't spend so much. * A father is a guy who has snapshots in his wallet where his money used to be. * A truly rich man is one whose children run into his arms when his hands are empty. * Sometimes the poorest man leaves his children the richest inheritance. * Any man can be a Father but it takes someone special to be a dad. * Fifth Commandment: Honor thy father and thy mother: that thy days may be long upon the land which the Lord thy God giveth thee. Please ad any of your favorite sayings for Dad on Father's day.
  11. To see what 60,000 people gathering for this event looks like, CLICK HERE to see the photo tour of The Race for the Cure. It's the largest fundraising race of its kind; and is sponsored by the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation.
  12. Listen to the lyrics of this Beatles redo "Cant Afford To Drive My Car"
  13. It used to be so easy. All you had to do was to just look at the label.
  14. You are a true Patriot Luke. We should all be as ready as you are to help our fellow Americans work together, and build a better future for all. The way I see it, America IS a Union! And every citizen has a responsibility to at very least remember that! I've never been involved with a union, but that doesn't make me any less Patriotic. Lets work together America. Indivisibly for US.
  15. Years ago the simplest of house-hold products had no planned obsolescence. People cleaned things when they got dirty, instead of trashing it and buying a new one, of whatever, without realizing that the new replacement item is actually a “consumable” with a life-span, rather than a "durable-good" designed to last. Cheap stuff never lasts as long as you needed it to, and once broken, can’t be fixed. The term “durable goods” suggests “worth fixing”. Quality products, not only last as long as you need them to last, they often are intended to be periodically maintained. This in turn creates local service industry jobs, and gives consumers the opportunity to conserve their family’s wealth by not having to replace everything. Some things do wear-out and need to get replaced, but somehow we become bored with the “old”, and the Jones family next door has the newest one, so we feel compelled socially to own only new stuff. That might be ok, if the money looped back through our economy instead of being funneled strait out. Buy only products made in The U.S.A. and pray that it is not too late.
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