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  At least twice a year I travel to the Big Apple to hang out for the weekend with friends and family and do a little shopping.  As a child I lived and New Jersey write outside of New York so my parents especially my mother would think nothing of jumping on the turnpike to head south to DC for th...
09/23/2011
    Washington, DC's metro transit system just added a new feature we all have been waiting for you a while.  Now we can add money to our SmartTrip cards online.  No longer do we have to wait in line at the subway station or try to balance on a moving bus to add money to our card.  Just log onto ...
09/22/2011
I know it's only Wednesday but I am already planning my weekend! PBS is hosting its 11th Annual Library of Congress Book Festival September 24 and 25.  The event will have sing a longs and walk aroung characters like Curious George, Arthur and Clifford the Big Red Dog.  The event also will have s...
09/21/2011
I've heard that we are creatures of habit and one habit I have not changed in almost 20 years is going to the Tastee Diner in Downtown Silver Spring, Maryland.  No frills atmosphere, the Tastee has a booths and tables that have been around I think from when it opened its doors in 1935.  Another b...
09/20/2011
I read the funniest story today about a woman in Chicago offering $1,000 beer coupon the purchaser of her home to use at a bar across the street from her house currently on the market. Crazy? Or crazy like a fox?  Her showings increased 300%.  Was it the beer incentive? Maybe.  However being a cl...
09/19/2011
The Capital Bike Share program will celebrate its 1st birthday this Thursday, September 22nd.  Within one year this program has really taken off, everywhere you go around town you see the red bikes being used by all age groups.  Washington, DC made an significant commitment to support bicycling ...
09/18/2011
Tucked away behind huge stone walls, I just recently re-discovered Meridan Hill Park in Washington, DC.  The park is nestled in Northwest Washington, DC between 15th and 16th Streets.  When I was a child the park was run down not a very safe place to go.  Now the park has restored beautiful gard...
09/17/2011
Fall is here in the Nation's Capitol! There is a chill in the air and this weekend is a great time to spend outdoors. What to do?  Here is a list of some the fun things to do this weekend: The H Street Festival is happening Saturday from 12-7 pm.  There will be food, music and vendors selling mer...
09/16/2011
The U.S Housing and Urban Development has distributed money to Washington, DC, Maryland and Virginia based on the states unemployment numbers to assist area homeowners who are facing foreclosures.  The only problem is that in Maryland and Virginia the deadline is at the end of this month, Septemb...
09/15/2011
Home sales were up by 4% in Washington, DC last month however average days on market ticked up just a bit from 62 to 69 days on market.  Home sellers have reason to breathe a slight sigh of relief because when priced correctly, sellers are receiving 94% of the list price.  The number of home list...
09/12/2011
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Monica Snipes

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