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Here are the top ten articles for the MidAtlantic USA Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Buying a Metro Card in Washington, DC
Youīre about to ride the Washington, DC metro, but you donīt know how to buy a fare card. This article will show you how.
2. DC Metro Obama Inauguration SmarTrip Cards
Canīt make it to DC? You can still take part in the inaugration of Barack Obama with the purchase of commemorative DC Metro SmarTrip cards and one-day passes.
3. Sports in Virginia
Virginia doesn't have any sports teams. Or does it? Would you be surprised if I told you the state has nine baseball teams!
4. Experience Pikesville Orthodox Jewish Culture in Maryland
Pikesville, Maryland, is a unique, bustling area on the outskirts of Baltimore City. It offers the unique opportunity to experience Orthodox Jewish culture in a neighborhood thriving with a healthy mix of history and modern-day commercialism.
5. See Sideways for Wine Country Travel Ideas
"Sideways" is a great wine country travel film exploring the road trip adventures of a man and his best friend as they set out to make a week of memories before he returns home to marriage.
6. MidAtlantic USA Book Club
Join the MidAtlantic USA book club. "Read all about it," and then tell others what you think.
7. Roz White on Pearl Bailey...By Request
This article features an interview with actress Roz White, star of Pearl Bailey...By Request. She speaks of her career as an actress and her impetus for writing Pearl Bailey...By Request.
8. Obama Inauguration 2009 Logistical Schedule
For travelers expecting to visit Washington, DC for the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th President of the United States, this article lists some of the major logistical information you should keep in mind.
9. Obama Inauguration 2009 -- Media Coverage
Not everyone can make it to Washington, D.C. to see the inauguration of Barack Obama as the 44th president up close. You can catch most of the festivities on television, on the radio, and on the Internet, though. Read more to find out how.
10. Obama Inauguration 2009 -- Reflections
Wondering what it will be like to walk through the crowds during the inauguration? Follow me on my journey in Philadelphia for a taste of what it could be like.
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