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Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - John Dagen
The sun was warm and the sky a bright blue, but three weeks into spring and the cherry blossoms — the District's unofficial herald for the end of winter — had yet to fully show their true colors.
"It's very cool, but I wish I could stay longer," said John Dagen, 29, of Norfolk, Va. "It seems like it will be even better tomorrow."