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250 people signed up to testify. [Read More]
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Take up sound meditation, say farewell to Elton John, and check out two music festivals happening this weekend. [Read More]
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Get the backstory on D.C.'s yesteryear punk scene, sip some beer in a real garden and make this weekend the one when you finally adopt... [Read More]
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On tap this week: Drake, Paul Simon, Let's Eat Grandma, and a country vocalist who really does not want to get out bed. [Read More]
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It's a great week to try something new, including local snacks, a rooftop workout, and making friends—gasp!—in real life. [Read More]
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Dance all day at a local jazz festival, see alternative films from South Asia, check out a block party that's 40 years running, and more. [Read More]
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Any NFL stadium that'd be built in D.C. needs more than the mayor's say-so. [Read More]
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See Miguel, Dierks Bentley, and D.C. band Bal Boheme, as well as some inspo for incorporating the flute into your daily routine. [Read More]
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Get back in the swing of things with a fresh take on Shakespeare, several ways to dive into history, or a late-night tour of Hong... [Read More]
Geography is hard, I guess. [Read More]
Starting on September 5. [Read More]
Also: Christian McBride, Mark Guiliana, Stanley Clarke, and much more. [Read More]
An inspection found that interiors had been removed from the historic site. [Read More]
New features could include digital advertising screens and maps, the ability to do remote announcements, and power outlets to charge electronic devices. [Read More]
Plus, Bloomingdale's El Camino closes, and more news. [Read More]
Here's the inside story of how the Presidents Race sprinted its way to into our hearts, a grinning Teddy became a D.C. icon, and what... [Read More]
This September marks a change in seasons, but worry not, because one thing remains the same—your shitty horoscope. [Read More]
This satire of the self-help industry offers a compelling overarching conceit that, sadly, doesn't lead to a grand, unified statement. [Read More]
The comment has some raising their eyebrows at the SCOTUS nominee. [Read More]
This isn't the first time DCPS has had an information breach. [Read More]
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