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DC, Top City for Tech Jobs

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Encompassing the nation’s capital as well as nearby suburbs in Maryland and the sprawling region known as Northern Virginia, the Washington, D.C.,-Arlington-Alexandria region doesn’t just host much of the machinery of the federal government. It’s also home to the many contractors that do business with here, such as Lockheed-Martin (Bethesda, Maryland) and Booz Allen Hamilton (McLean, Virginia). The metro area has 75 tech employees per 1,000 jobs, good for fourth in our analysis, and median tech income, $106,917 annually, is also fourth. That said, it also ranks as the sixth least-affordable metro.

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SUPERFLY – Official Teaser Trailer (HD)

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See the original starry Ron O’neal

 

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JAZZspiration – A Night With Three Legends (Anthony Walker, Allyn Johnson and Mark Walker) | Monday, June 11, 2018

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SOV Entertainment Presents

JAZZspiration

A Night With Three Legends (Anthony Walker, Allyn Johnson and Mark Walker)
You don’t want to miss this Star-Stubbed Lineup featuring Jazz Musicians ☆Anthony “Tony” Walker, ☆Professor Allyn Johnson and ☆Mark Walker!
They are coming together along with other great musicians for one amazing night of musical inspiration.
 
 June 11, 2018 | 7:30 PM – 9:30 PM
Tickets $25 in advance and $30 at door.
For more event information or to purchase tickets visit https://buygospel.com

Check out the Promotional Video on YouTube link:

#SOVEntertainment #JAZZspiration

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This museum wants to show HBCUs in a whole new light

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WASHINGTON (CIRCA) – Back in 2016, the Smithsonian opened the National Museum of African American History and Culture, showcasing the trials and tribulations of black America. Now, there is a museum highlighting the accomplishments of Historically Black Colleges and Universities.

The HBCU Museum opened earlier this year with the goal of showing off everything these colleges and their graduates have achieved over the years. The museum is located in Washington, D.C., just a few blocks away from Howard University, which is considered the “Mecca” of HBCUs because it’s considered the most prestigious among them.

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