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Lightning Express
10500 Wheatley St, Kensington, MD 20895
Since 1993, Lightning Express has been doing business in the Maryland, Virginia and D.C. communities. Beginning as aMore courier company for the film, TV and radio business, it became so successful that it expanded to serving local businesses. Lightning provides an array of services, including same-day deliveries, online ordering, daily post office pickups, daily bank deposits and runs, daily scheduled routes, delivery for courts, line-queuing for congressional hearings and secure delivery of visas and travel documents to embassies.
All Books Considered
10408 Montgomery Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
This quaint bookstore at the end of Kensington's historic Antique Row carries thousands of used and out-of-print books.More Customers will appreciate the overwhelming assortment of books in this cozy shop. Its helpful, friendly staff will guide shoppers in the right direction, whether they seek fiction or nonfiction. The store specializes in books on metaphysical studies, world religions and college history, but also offers a vast amount of options in their literature, drama, travel, cooking, humor, psychology and science sections.
3704 Decatur Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
For women who want to get in shape in a short period of time, Curves is the place to go. At Curves, a 30-minute workoutMore that combines hydraulic resistance and cardio exercises in a circuit is the key to exercising at the optimal level. Teenagers from 14 years old to 90-year-old women exercise at Curves. The staff shows new members how the circuit works, and a one-day free pass is available. Nutrition and weight loss counseling is offered, and a monthly analysis of weight and body fat is charted. Travel passes to any Curves facility nationwide is included for 12-month check draft members.
The Beacon Newspapers
3720 Farragut Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
The Beacon is a free, monthly publication focusing on issues that effect people 50 years old andMore over. Serving the Washington, DC and Baltimore areas since 1989 and 2003, respectively, the paper includes articles about health and fitness, aging, travel, housing opportunities and noteworthy local people and businesses. The paper is free at distribution sites and yearly subscriptions are available for $12.72 via third-class mail or $36 via first-class mail plus sales tax, if applicable. The Beacon's local stories are written by a small staff of writers and freelancers. It also includes selected Associated Press wire stories.  
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