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Each issue features service stories such as guides to the area's best restaurants. top doctors and weekend getaways. and includes a lively mix of trends. gossip. and profiles of Washington's most interesting and influential people.
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The Washingtonian Magazine - 12 issues
The Washingtonian magazine presents the best of everything in Washington D.C. Find information on arts and entertainment, restaurants, top doctors and best schools, wedding planning and more in each issue of The Washingtonian magazine.
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