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Domestically, major DC events and the National Museum of African American History and Culture received coverage. Internationally, Air France featured DC for its February cover story.
Essence Magazine published an article on the four women who helped make the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture a reality.
Essence Magazine, February Issue: Full Circle
The National Cherry Blossom Festival is mentioned in this Associated Press rundown of spring break trip ideas.
Associated Press (as seen in The Spokesman-Review), Feb. 18: Spring break ideas: from beaches to Europe to new museums
USA Today notes Washington, DC as a great place to explore Barack Obama’s legacy.
USA Today, Feb. 24: 10 great places to explore Barack Obama’s legacy
DC Jazz Fest is a must-see music festival this summer, according to The Charlotte Observer.
The Charlotte Observer, Feb. 24: The 13 must-see music festivals to buy tickets for now
Washington, DC was extensively featured in a 17-page cover story for Air France’s February issue. The issue is currently available on 900 flights daily around the world, as well as 300 airport lounges. Circulation is 403,480, which results in 969,000 unique readers per month.
Air France Magazine, February Issue: Washington Inattendue en 10 raisons
The National, a daily newspaper in the United Arab Emirates, devoted an article to the wonders of Georgetown.
The National, March 2: My Kind of Place: Georgetown, United States
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