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7 Reasons to Attend a Washington Capitals Hockey Game

Attending a Washington Capitals game is a time-honored tradition in DC's Penn Quarter/Chinatown neighborhood . Thousands of fans flock to the Capital One Arena 41 times between October and April, rocking the red to root on the Caps. In 2018, the team won the first Stanley Cup in the franchise's 44-...

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9 Exciting Ways to Engage with Baseball in Washington, DC

The Midsummer Classic™ has not been held in DC since 1969, and as the city gears up for MLB® All-Star Week™ festivities July 13-17 – from GEICO All-Star FanFest® to the T-Mobile Home Run Derby® – the entire city is making this a monumental moment for baseball in the District. Before the 2018 MLB...

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7 Can’t-Miss DC Sports Superstars

Sports fans adore when an entire team works together to accomplish a common goal, as the Washington Capitals did in winning the 2018 Stanley Cup. But seeing a superstar show off his or her tremendous skill in an individual feat of glory can also leave a lasting memory. Fortunately, DC has plenty of...

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5 Reasons to Attend the Citi Open This Summer in Washington, DC

One of DC’s finest sporting traditions celebrates its golden anniversary this year. Citi Open will take place at the Rock Creek Park Tennis Center from July 28 – Aug. 5. Top-tier talent from all over the world will compete for a prestigious trophy, leading to action that you do not want to miss...

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5 Reasons to Attend a Washington Wizards Basketball Game

The Washington Wizards are one of the hottest tickets in the National Basketball Association (NBA). Their rowdy DC fan base is ready for another postseason run in 2018-19, as the Wizards will look to make their fifth playoff appearance in six years. Here are our favorite reasons to check out...

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Where to Ice Skate in Washington, DC

DC’s year-round temps are pretty moderate, but during the winter – when cold Canadian winds whistle down the Potomac – Washingtonians bundle up for a day (or a night) on the ice. Public ice skating rinks can be found in multiple neighborhoods in DC proper, so check out the best places to hit the...

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5 Reasons to See a Washington Redskins Game at FedExField

It’s that time of year again ! Football season is here, which means Washington, DC has a fever for the local team. Washington is led by head coach Jay Gruden, who embarks on his fifth season at the helm with high expectations. The ‘Skins will look to reach the Super Bowl for the first time since...

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Guide to DC's Sports Scene

Washington Nationals See superstars like Max Scherzer, Juan Soto and Anthony Rendon at the state-of-the-art Nationals Park in Capitol Riverfront . The stadium offers up magnificent views of the Capitol dome and Washington Monument along with one of the National League’s most exciting teams . Don’t...

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Your Guide to Washington Nationals Baseball

The Washington Nationals, champions of the National League East in 2016 and 2017, are back in action this spring and summer with an exciting schedule, plenty of home runs and, of course, Racing Presidents. The History of the Washington Nationals After a 33-year absence, Major League Baseball in...

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9 Reasons to Catch a Washington Nationals Baseball Game

The Washington Nationals , who have won four National League East titles since 2012, return to action on a mission to bring a title to DC. Throughout the spring and summer, Anthony Rendon, Juan Soto, Max Scherzer and Trea Turner will look to propel the Nats toward their first World Series title...

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