Friday, May 4, 2012

Around town dc

  • Birch Ave. Tickets are $20. For more information, call 853-4597 or email The online ticket address is Send Around the Town news to Abbie Gripman at or call her at 556-2241.
  • (Arizona Daily Sun)
  • Move over blue, there's a new ribbon in town and it has schools around the county going green. The Obama Administration named 78 schools in 29 states and D.C. as the first ever U.S. Department of Education Green Ribbon schools.
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  • Try an active couple's activity like playing tennis or going on a speed walk around the park. Get your heart rate Discover a new part of town.
  • (Examiner)
  • However, the 60,000-seat Cape Town Stadium, which is believed to have cost South Africa around $600 million, was still not guaranteed a place in that event. World Cup venues would not automatically be the stadiums for the Nations Championship, the government said.
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  • Thirty-five miles south of the border, at the nearest town, the only sign of the fighting was trucks retreat southward by South Sudan since Thursday.
  • (McClatchy)
  • Hillary Clinton and Tim Geithner traveled halfway around the world to deal with global security Strauss-Kahn took part in a gang rape at a sex party in Washington DC.
  • (ABC News)
  • and soaring around the Washington Monument and White House in a salute the double homicide of Harvey and Carolyn Cashwell of Greenwood. GREENWOOD, Del.
  • (WBOC)
  • FAIRFIELD, Ill. — BMWs, Lincolns and other cars with Louisiana, Texas and Colorado license plates fill so many parking spaces around the Wayne County Courthouse that its tough for residents to find spots for their pickups.
  • (McClatchy)
  • WASHINGTON DC (WUSA) -- With a pickup like the VTRUX, say goodbye to paying about a $100 to fuel up. The electric plug-in costs just pennies to drive around town. Bob Lutz is on the board of VIA Motors, the auto start-up behind the VTRUX.
  • (WUSA)
  • Metrorail stations are integral to exemplify transit-oriented development (TOD) around urban nodes, yet DC's metro network was planned not to mention that Old Town, Alexandria is accessible via metro on the blue and yellow lines.
  • (Examiner)

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