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December 9, 2001 | ADRIAN HIGGINS, WASHINGTON POST
WASHINGTON -- Spray nozzles hiss high in the new Garden Primeval at the United States Botanic Garden on the Capitol grounds, and moments later a fine fog tickles your face. This is one of the many delightful experiences at the restored botanic garden, which opens Tuesday after a four-year, $33.5-million restoration. This is also the first time the main conservatory--the Palm House--can be enjoyed in almost a decade, reglazed in its 1930s Deco style.
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December 9, 2001 | ADRIAN HIGGINS, WASHINGTON POST
WASHINGTON -- Spray nozzles hiss high in the new Garden Primeval at the United States Botanic Garden on the Capitol grounds, and moments later a fine fog tickles your face. This is one of the many delightful experiences at the restored botanic garden, which opens Tuesday after a four-year, $33.5-million restoration. This is also the first time the main conservatory--the Palm House--can be enjoyed in almost a decade, reglazed in its 1930s Deco style.
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March 21, 2004 | Jane Engle, Times Staff Writer
Visitors to the nation's capital can see, hear and even taste Mexican culture during an areawide festival that is to open this week. More than a dozen museums, gardens, theaters and other institutions are collaborating with the Mexican Cultural Institute and Mexico's embassy on "¡Viva Mexico! Washington, D.C. Celebrates." Most events run at least through May; some extend into the summer and beyond.
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