The final event of the Fairy Tail section, The Fairy Tail Awards, has officially begun! There are 21 categories including the Best Male and Female Characters, the Best Fight, and the Worst She's Erza Moment. In addition, a few anime options have been included.
The awards kick off with the Nomination Stage which ends on July 29th, 2017.
Please join in to celebrate the completion of Fairy Tail!
This Saturday, April 9, at 8:30 PM Washington DC will see a fantastic fireworks display along the Wharf in Southwest DC. And as if fireworks weren't vast enough to behold, there is a whole festival leading up to it, starting at 1 PM. The whole Southwest Waterfront Firework Festival is free and hosts a multitude of activities and shows. Among them are music, family friendly water activities, cultural experiences, live entertainment and delicious foods at four locations.
At the Cherry Blossom Plaza you will find the Harris Teeter Experience, Cherry Blossom Photos, Caligraphy, DC Dragon Boats and Excursions, as well as a Beer and Cider Garden.
A Food Truck rally, Coffee and Hot Chocolate Samples by Dunkin Donuts, Sailboat Making, Hot 99.5 Music and Giveaways, and Blossom Art can be found...
The final weekend of the National Cherry Blossom Festival is approaching, and with it come the last batch of event suggestions for our Japanophile readers. This Saturday, April 16, there will be three venues to check out. Do not fret though, you can visit all of them.
From 10 AM to noon, the NCBF Parade will walk on Constitution Avenue – From 7th to 17th streets, NW. Places at the Grandstand Seating start at $20. Standing along the Parade route from Constitution Avenue between 9th and 15th streets, NW is free. You will be able to see many High School Marching Bands, talent show participants (The Voice, America's Got Talent, American Idol), cast members from the musical Jersey Boys, Miss America 2016, Washington Redskins Cheerleaders and more...
Hello MH, weekend is near and we have activities for you again! This time it's the Blossom Kite Festival held on Saturday, April 2, on the grounds of the Washington Monument near 17th Street NW and Constitution Avenue from 10 AM to 4:30 PM. At this free event there are many things to do and see. No matter if you were looking for a chance to show off your own build, fly a kite or just admire other peoples creations, this is your event! There are even activity stations where children can create their own kites, as long as supplies last. Got your own kite? Why not enter the Kite Makers Competition? The adult competition (16+) will be held between 11 AM and 1 PM (registration from 10 AM to 12:30 PM) and winners will be announced in the afternoon, towards the end of the Kite Festival. The youth competition will be held from 11 AM to 12 PM (registration 10 - 11 AM) and winners...
Irelia players are like creatures multiplying like mushrooms at the edge of the swamp. They didn't take the steepness route step by step, Nor they did under threat or temptation. They deliberately choose to be at the bottom, and their bottom is multi layered, Once a layer gets narrow, Instead of climbing up, They stoop down even lower.