The “land of the free and the home of the brave” was born 170 years after Britain’s colonization. We celebrate our freedom and independence every Fourth of July through parades, family gatherings, and parties. We have picnics, barbecues, and watch festival bands. Of course, this holiday will never be complete without fireworks. The capital and its nearby states – Maryland and Virginia – already posted places where you can watch… Continue Reading
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Summer in Maryland is not all about beaches and bikinis. It indulges its citizens and attracts tourists into various festivals of music, arts, and fashion. These events will surely save you from boredom, whining, or slouching in the couch. All sorts of entertainment cater to children, adults, and children at heart. Guaranteed that this year you will experience fun memories you’ll never forget. The Baltimore Sun released a pictured list… Continue Reading
So, after a long time of deliberation, you have decided to finally sell your house. Preparing for this could actually be stressful as you obviously would want to earn top dollar. To do that, careful planning and home improvements are needed.
Because of climate change, the weather lately has been noticeably erratic; today may be warm and sunny but torrential rains may arrive the next day. To keep yourself and your loved ones safe during these confusing weather patterns, it is always advisable to keep your home in good condition all the time. In this way, you are assured of your family’s safety and comfort should heavy rains do occur.
Most residents are well aware that DC weather is very fickle. It sometimes goes berserk, especially this time of the year as the climate is segueing from spring to the next. As summer is fast approaching, the region is experiencing a combination of heat and humidity which usually causes thunderstorms or even a hurricane. However, it’s been rather pleasant in patches recently. According to a forecast from washingtonpost.com, it looks… Continue Reading
A recent spring storm brought heavy rain that caused flooding in the Washington D.C. area, according to a WJLA report: