National Geographic's Travelers of the Year: A Conversation and Celebration
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Take in over 20 bands ranging from rock to jazz and hip-hop to country at the U Street Music Stroll through the heart of D.C.'s historic music center. With this special VIP offer, you'll get exclusive access to preferred seats for the free performances, as well as a guided tour full of history and fun facts about U Street, plus discounts on food, drinks and one Howard Theatre concert. As you walk in Duke Ellington's steps around this vibrant neighborhood, you'll have a chance to catch live music at such historic venues as the Howard Theatre, Bohemian Caverns and Twins Jazz, plus Dukem Restaurant, Bin 1301 Wine Bar and Work It! Studio. Learn More
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Theron Humphrey, a maverick storyteller, took a yearlong road trip across America recording the story of one person in film and audio each day. 66,000 miles. 90,000 photos. *
Booker Mitchell*, a 15-year-old Manhattan high-schooler, is skateboarding his way around the world, starring in his own web-video series Booker Travels. *
Paula Busey*, a Colorado high-school librarian, set up a unique cultural exchange with a Maasai warrior, to bring the Serengeti to the suburbs of Littleton, Colorado. *
The Davises*, a globetrotting Canadian couple, “yanked their sons out of school” to journey around the world, believing that their passports were tickets to go and grow.
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