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@dceventjunkie and Beth Lawton of  at #dcweek Blog and brunch mixer folks are organizing a Tweetup on July 27th at Whitlow’s on Wilson in Arlington. 5.30 p.m .

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Join some of the TBD staff Tuesday, July 27 from 5:30 to 8 as we attempt social contact (though not for the first time)… over happy hour specials at Whitlow’s on Wilson in Arlington.

WoW’s happy hour specials run from 4-7 pm and include $2 PBR and Miller High Life cans; $3 drafts (not including Guinness); $3 red or white house wine and $3 rail drinks. If you’re hungry, we’ll just happen to be there for $4 Taco Tuesday, you you’ve got that going for you.’

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My blog is part of the TBD community network – Check out a list of all the TBD community partners. The real is under the covers and the release is TBD but my gut tells me any day soon.  Tbd,com is a being launched by the same company as Politico, ABC7 and NewsChannel8.  According to  Nathasha Lim | Community Host, Food & Dining, TBD - “ Our focus is on hyperlocal news and community engagement.  “

The TBD team have embarked on several uncommon outreach activities including participating in local events like DCweek,  maintaining “Camper public office hours “ . Hope you will attend and meet them. I am taking a rain check for this tweetup as I am in Atlanta having my own tweet up for Atlanta but I will sure miss it.


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