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27547   Neighborhood: The Adams Morgan Day Festival  
Stephanie Glass
The unbearably hot summer season seemed finally ending, evidenced by the sweater-wearing crowds of people headed toward the sloping hill of 18th Street N.W. in Washington, D.C. ... Issue Date: 10 / 2010

27463   The Kutztown Folk Festival  
Margaret Montet
The weather is always warmish, to put it politely, because the Kutztown Folk Festival is always held the same week as the Fourth of July. But this famous celebration features ... Issue Date: 9 / 2010

27335   Be Ready to Dance: Festivities Along Louisiana’s Back Roads  
Stuart Wasserman
Past New Gardens, Steakhouses, and Rollicking Dance Floors Visitors to New Orleans with any time on their hands might choose to drive some of the back roads of ... Issue Date: 5 / 2010

25770   Second Anniversary To What?  
Matthew Brodsky
Maybe it happened because I was sweating faster than I could drink water. Maybe I splashed too much hot sauce on my crawfish rice, and my jambalaya after that. Maybe being up ... Issue Date: 9 / 2007

11710   This Day Might Inflame: Valentine Customs Through the Ages  
Peggy Robbins
More legends and customs are associated with the origin of Valentine's Day than any other widely observed celebration. Although most agree that it was named after a saint noted ... Issue Date: 2 / 1994

13115   The Flathead Indians  
Patricia Braun
Flathead Indians are little known outside of the area of Montana where the U.S. government placed them more than a century ago. Their reservation, beautifully situated on ... Issue Date: 11 / 1987

12618   They Dance for Rain: The Hopis  
Ronald Mc Coy
The July sun towers at the zenith of its searing power above the high desert country of northeastern Arizona. The land is always thirsty, but soon its thirst will be quenched by ... Issue Date: 6 / 1987

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