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Celebrating America’s past: Princess Cruises offers unique history cruises

Princess Cruise Lines is set to embark on a journey into America’s rich past with their upcoming history cruises scheduled for 2024 and 2025. These unique sailings offer passengers a chance to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of American history, from the birth of the nation to the present day, all on the heels of the upcoming 250th anniversary of the United States.

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National Margarita Day in DC: Celebrating with specials at Mission Dupont, El Techo, and Le Sel

As February 22 approaches, margarita enthusiasts in DC are gearing up to celebrate National Margarita Day in style. This iconic cocktail, known for its refreshing blend of tequila, lime juice, and orange liqueur, has captured the hearts of many, and local establishments are ready to mark the occasion with enticing specials and deals. Let’s delve into our picks for where to have an unforgettable National Margarita Day experience: Mission Dupont, El Techo, and Le Sel.

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Sea Suite Cruises expands fleet with new 48-passenger tiki boat in partnership with Whitlow’s

Sea Suite Cruises, the parent company behind DC’s only pedal party cruise boats, Potomac Paddle Club, and the city’s sole floating tiki bar party boats, Potomac Tiki Club, is gearing up for the 2024 season with a new addition to their fleet. In collaboration with iconic DC and former Clarendon bar, Whitlow’s, they will be launching Whitlow’s on Water, a 50-foot, 48-passenger floating bar.

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Urgent blood bank screening for local dogs is this Saturday

Veterinary Emergency Group, a nationwide emergency veterinarian services company, is hosting a free blood bank screening drive for eligible pets from 10 a,m. to 2 p.m. this Saturday, Jan. 27, at its Georgetown location, 2311 M St NW. Pets that meet the set criteria for screening will receive a complimentary physical exam, some treats and toys, and a chance to win a raffle for two $50 PetSmart gift cards.

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The DC Auto Show is cruising into 2024

The 2024 Washington, D.C. Auto Show returns to the Walter E Washington Convention Center beginning tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 19, and runs through Sunday, Jan. 28. Leading auto manufacturers will showcase their latest models and innovations, offering attendees a sneak peek into the cutting-edge developments driving the automotive industry forward. From sleek electric vehicles to powerful SUVs, the displays will cater to a diverse range of automotive tastes.

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