Tag Archives: Hanukkah

Photo of the Day: Menorahs

Happy Hanukkah to those who celebrate! On the left is the National Menorah in 2009; the two menorahs on the right were photographed at O Street Mansion.

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Holiday Photos: White House and Ellipse

These photos are from 2008, when Barney and Mrs. Beasley Bush were the First Dogs, and George W. Bush was President. The gingerbread house replica of the White House sadly does not include any dogs out front.

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Holidays at O Street Mansion

In May, I celebrated my birthday by going to O Street Mansion with friends (you can read my blog post about it here). Now I have gone back, this time with family, during my uncle’s week-long Christmas visit. The mansion … Continue reading

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Hearthstones and Weekly Museum Visits

This post is dedicated to my friend and paralegal school classmate Mel, who has a couple blogs of her own. One of her blogs centers on 27 heart-shaped hearthstones with words printed on them; each day, she randomly chooses a … Continue reading

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Holidays at the White House

As with pretty much everything the President of the United States does, he will not be able to make everyone happy with how the White House decorates for, and commemorates, the December holiday season. I can easily say, “I am … Continue reading

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Week 17: National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and Visitors Center

Mission of future museum: The mission of the National Law Enforcement Museum is to tell the story of American law enforcement through exhibits, collections, research and education. The Museum dynamically engages the broadest possible audience in this story in an … Continue reading

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