Tag Archives: Best D.C. walking tours

Joseph Darlington fountain makes you sneak a peak

Occasionally, statues make me feel like a voyeur. Why is that man or boy naked I’m sometimes asked. It happens all too often say at the Boy Scout or Von Steuben statues near the White House. I say I don’t … Continue reading

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The cat, horse and the general

There’s lots to talk about Gen. Philip Sheridan’s statue. It’s one of the better equestrian statues in town and the horse has a story, too. But there’s also a cat down the street keeping an eye on his old master. … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: On the National Mall

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Wordless Wednesday: St. John’s Chapel

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Native Washingtonian: Cherry blossoms beyond Tidal Basin

They’re coming, and I’m not just talking about the cherry blossoms. More than 1 million people will crowd around the Tidal Basin to see the cherry blossoms with the peak expected to be later this year around April 11. (This … Continue reading

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Wordless Wednesday: King Neptune and his Court

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