The Marian Koshland Science Museum in DC

The Marian Koshland Science Museum  was named after Marian Kosland, a member of National Academy of Sciences who made some major contributions in the fields of biology and immunizations, including the cholera vaccines. The goal of the museum is to provide an interactive medium to exhibit how science supports decision making. The museum is open from …
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The 23rd Annual SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition

The  23rd Annual SO/LIC Symposium & Exhibition will be held at the Washington Hilton Hotel on February 6th through 8th 2012. Jonathan, Innkeeper American Guest House in Washington DC  

The Tudor Place and Gardens

Tudor Place was built by Martha Curtis Peter, the granddaughter of Martha Washington and her husband Thomas Peter, the son of a successful Tobacco merchant. Tudor place remained under the ownership of the Peter family for six successive generations. After the last owner Armistead Peter III died, this estate was opened as a historical site …
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Looking for a Quick Crepe Recipe?

A twist in a traditional American breakfast could use a batter of Crepe mix. All you need is some flour, eggs, milk and a hint of oil and salt. A recipe I found to be perfect for few crepe’s at the breakfast table is: 1 1/2 Cups of Milk 1 Cup of Flour 2 Eggs A …
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Baltimore to DC via Metro Rail/Bus System

If you are flying in from Baltimore, the cheapest way to commute if you don’t have a rental car is by public transportation.  A taxi ride can easily cost $100 or more depending on which side of DC you are visiting. The B30 Bus line runs fairly often from BWI to the Greenbelt Metro Station …
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