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Thursday, Sep 29, 2016 at 01:12 PM EDT

Get Your Free Caffeine Fix on National Coffee Day

There's nothing like a hot cup of coffee to warm you up on a dreary, rainy day. Fortunately, Thursday is National Coffee Day, and you won't have to go far to celebrate. »

DC Food Truck in Running for Breakfast Sandwich Award

The D.C. food truck Dirty South Deli is in the running for winning a national breakfast sandwich award. Chef Jacob Hunter shows News4's Eun Yang his sandwich with sausage, a fried egg, homemade pimento... »

National Christmas Tree Lighting Performers Announced

National Christmas Tree Lighting Performers Announced

It might only be the first day of fall, but the National Park Service on Thursday announced plans for its 94th annual Christmas Tree Lighting celebration. »

Touring the African American Museum With Bobby Mitchell

News4's Barbara Harrison toured the National Museum of African American History and Culture with Bobby Mitchell, the first black man to play for the Washington Redskins. »

Family-Friendly Bazaar Coming to Potomac Church

The annual bazaar at Saints Peter & Paul Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church in Potomac, Maryland runs Friday through Sunday. News4's Barbara Harrison speaks with parishioner Rida Boulos about the celebration... »

Hungry? The Sweet Home Café Is Serving Up Culture

Go inside the National Museum of African American History and Culture’s Sweet Home Café with Executive Chef Jerome Grant. »

Nation's Oldest Park Ranger Celebrates 95th Birthday

The oldest park ranger for the country, is in Washington, D.C. to help celebrate the opening of the National Museum of African American History and Culture. »

Children's Book Author Speaks on Eve of Book Festival

Author Juana Medina discusses her children's books with News4's Barbara Harrison. On Saturday, she will appear on the Children's Stage of the Library of Congress National Book Festival. »

A People's Journey to Political Power

From emancipation to the Oval Office, see some of the monumental steps that culminated in the election of America’s first black president. »

Scalping Tickets to the Smithsonian’s Museum Opening

Scalping Tickets to the Smithsonian’s Museum Opening

The National Museum of African American History and Culture is the hottest ticket in town, and scalped tickets are popping up online — some selling for the museum's opening for $120 a pop. »

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