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Spring In Washington, DC – Our Top 10 Things To See

1 NATIONALS PARK This isn’t your dad’s baseball stadium, the Washington Nationals play in one of the nation’s top state-of-the-art parks that make everything very convenient and memorable. The biggest feature that stands out is the digital displays used for the park’s concession stands. Orders come in faster and with …

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Learn About the Bitcoin Trading

Bitcoins are the newest form of digital currency being used by many traders and investors. Any exchange market can trade bitcoins but it’s a risky shot, as you can lose your hard earned money. One should be quite cautious before proceeding. About Bitcoin: A bitcoin is the same as currency, …

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Firepits Gain Popularity

One of the most popular home upgrades today is the addition of a backyard fireplace. There's something special about sitting around the glow of a fire that makes people feel good. That's one reason many people go camping, for the simple joy of sitting by a crackling campfire, but an …

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Musical Strength in Country Strong

Who knew that Spidey himself, Tobey Mcguire, could produce a feature film about the tolling effects of today's music industry on an artist? No, this movie is not about pop icons or heavy metal rockers. It represents country music; the stuff that hits so close to home for so many …

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The Films of Alfred Hitchcock

Alfred Hitchcock is best known as the director of films like The Birds, Vertigo, Rear Window and of course, Psycho. The scene in which Norman Bates tears off the shower curtain rods and ends Janet Leigh's run from the police, leaving her in the similar state to the fabric shower …

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Is Aishwarya Rai Still Bollywood's Favorite

Aishwarya Rai was born into an ethnic Bunt family in Mangalore, Karnataka. One of her earliest modeling assignments was when she was in the ninth grade, for Camlin Pencils. One of her professors at Jai Hind College took pictures of her which were published in a fashion magazine. In 1991 …

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