Photos: Welcome back, Screen on the Green. Missed ya.

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Much as Fort Reno signifies something essential about summer for me, Screen on the Green is another one of those annual traditions that makes me happy to be living in DC. We’ve come close to losing twice it in recent years, but through the tireless effort of Jesse Rauch and his Save Screen On The Green campaigns, the free outdoor movie screenings are once again back to serve as your annual excuse to picnic on the Mall. Monday’s screening of “Goldfinger” ended early because of rain, but you’ve still got three more weeks to pack up your blankets, make a sandwich, and pour some illicit wine into a water bottle. (Personally, I’m most excited about “Bonnie & Clyde.) Below, photos from Monday’s festivities, featuring adorable puppies.

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‘Screen on the Green’
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‘Screen on the Green’
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‘Screen on the Green’
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‘Screen on the Green’
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‘Gin!’
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‘Cartoon <3′
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Erin McCann

Erin takes pictures. Lots of them. And then she tweets about them.

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