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The Plum Trees are Blossoming in Japantown Now – Cherry Blossoms Will Come Along Later

TweetAll the deets on our 50th Annual Cherry Blossom Festival here. There are plum AND cherry trees all over J-Town, so it looks like cherry blossom season for like four months a year. Thusly: Keep up with Japantown goings-on through the Hotel Kabuki Twitter…

Morning Roundup: The Washington Post Endorses Hillary Clinton

Cherry Blossom Festival organizers are looking for talent, and more news. [ more › ]

Photos: The Best Cosplayers From Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Sakura Matsuri Festival

This weekend marked the annual Brooklyn Botanic Garden's Sakura Matsuri festival, which celebrates blossoming cherry trees and even more colorful cosplayers who don elaborate, sometimes other-worldly outfits and happily pose for pictures. [ more › ]

This Season’s Must Have Engagement Accessory: Cherry Blossoms!

You said yes to the sparkler, have the venue all lined up, photographer is booked and it’s time for those engagement snaps, so what’s missing? Cue the springtime showers and we don’t mean rain! There’s nothing quite as festive and seasonally stunning as cherry blossoms – and for those who can’t see them in person, we rounded up our […]

Traffic, transit tips for blossom parade weekend

The parade, a highlight of the Cherry Blossom Festival, is just one of many events that will crowd the District.

Cherry blossom season in Washington D.C.

Right now is one of the most festive seasons in Washington D.C. No, it is not because of the current presidential race, or even because it is spring. It is most admired because of the beautiful cherry blossom trees. From approximately...Show More Summary

As cherry blossoms bloom, so does Metro ridership

A graphic shows where Cherry Blossom Festival ridership is concentrated each year.

Traffic, transit tips for a baseball and blossoms weekend

The Nationals have two exhibition games scheduled. Meanwhile, several of the Cherry Blossom Festival's popular events are planned for Saturday and Sunday.

Cherry Blossom Festival draws huge crowds and a proposal

The annual cherry blossom festival brings millions of people to D.C. On the second day of peak bloom, The Post headed to the Tidal Basin. We ran into a couple from Baltimore. Here's what happened.

Tips For Visiting the DC Cherry Blossom Festival

11 months agoTravel / Air Travel : BoardingArea

The DC cherry blossoms are peaking in the next couple of days and the National Mall and Tidal Basin are going to turn into a beautiful madhouse with bumper to bumper traffic.  The silver lining for drivers? At least you’ll have plenty of time to take in the blooms. Here are my tips for maximizing […]

Washington, DC News: National Cherry Blossom Festival Officially Kicks Off March 26, Blooms Peak March 23-24

An estimated crowd of 1.5 million is expected to find their way to the Tidal Basin and witness the awesomeness of cherry blossoms there, which were earlier expected to peak on March 23 and 24, according to the National Park Service.

Traffic, transit tips for a cherry blossom weekend

The blossoms will draw big crowds to the Tidal Basin and the National Mall as the festival holds its opening events. Metro has suspended the weekend track work program.

Cherry blossom festival is no-drone zone

The FAA reminds cherry blossom fans to leave their drones at home.

In the pink: D.C. airports prepare for Cherry Blossom Festival crowds

Reagan National and Dulles will feature pink lighting and blossom-themed promotions.        

Traffic, transit tips for blossoms and snow weekend

The Cherry Blossom Festival starts Sunday, perhaps amid snow, and Metrorail has suspended its regular weekend track work for the festival.

10 things to do in the D.C. area on the weekend of March 18-20

Kick off the National Cherry Blossom Festival, celebrate Maryland Day, sample cider and Basque cuisine and enjoy some bluegrass with your beer.

Who has the better Cherry Blossom Festival—Washington D.C. or Macon?

The National Cherry Blossom Festival in Washington, D.C., may draw more than a million visitors, but the city’s 3,750 cherry trees pale in comparison to Macon’s 350,000. Here’s how the Southern celebration stacks up to its counterpart in the nation’s capital.

Cherry Blossom Festival creates it own traffic season

Don’t be blindsided by the blooms. Know how to reach — or avoid — festival events.

Peak-a-Bloom: Will Early Cherry Blossoms Mess Everything Up?

Peak bloom is predicted to hit before the festival even begins. [ more › ]

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