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May 17, 2011

Shake Shack finally puts D.C. on the map
Like the grand opening of the first Studebaker dealership in sleepy Anytown U.S.A., Shake Shack opened in Washington this morning, finally putting the District of Columbia on the map. Well, not quite. But given the number of pixels dedicated to New York City restaurateur Danny Meyer’s roadside burger chain and its arrival in Dupont Circle (and soon, Nationals Park), one had the feeling that this …
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Baseball. Baseballs Heads To Washington For Final Pac-10 Road Trip
After dropping the three-game series 2-1 at USC, the Sun Devils embark on their final road trip of the regular season as they head to Seattle, Washington. Arizona State and the Washington Huskies will play three Pac-10 games beginning Friday night at Husky Ballpark.
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Marlins Vs. Nationals Score: Nationals And Marlins Locked In 0-0 Battle
It is a soggy day at Nationals Park which is celebrating “Pups In The Park” Day where fans can bring their canine family members to take in a game of baseball, but on the field neither the Washington Nationals nor the Florida Marlins seem to be dogging it as they have so far fought to a 0-0 tie going into the sixth-inning. Nats starter Livan Hernandez has given up three hits and walked one, but …
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Marlins Vs. Nationals Final: Nationals Fall To Marlins In Extra Innings 6-5
Friday night marked the third consecutive time the Washington Nationals put a game into extra innings, but unfortunately for Washington it also was the second consecutive game where they were defeated in extra innings. Once again the Nats drop a close one this time to the Florida Marlins in 11-innings 6-5. Greg Dobbs doubled off Nationals reliever Brian Broderick in the 11th inning to bring in …
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