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Enjoy some music outside this week. [Read More]
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"Peace Will Grind You Down" is the kind of record that's perfect for an evening of introspection. [Read More]
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Catch a legendary pop star on her post-Vegas tour or see an improv troupe live out potential futures. [Read More]
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MPD Police Chief Peter Newsham endured hours of questioning yesterday by D.C. council members about policing practices and policies. [Read More]
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Go on a sonic journey through the lives of The Temptations or catch a rising pop-R&B singer opening for Halsey. [Read More]
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From an entire lo-fi Dixie Chicks cover album to screaming sounds of the resistance, here's what's new and notable in the D.C. music scene. [Read More]
This week in the wacky world of D.C. politico speak... [Read More]
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The wonkiest, weirdest, most impractical and outrageously priced homes up for sale this week. [Read More]
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Mayor Muriel Bowser exercised hers for the first time. [Read More]
With the Council about to go on break, laxer graduation rules appear dead. [Read More]
"We do have the ability to communicate with this administration and other City leadership." [Read More]
The week-long crabfest takes place at Yards Marina and supports Living Classrooms. [Read More]
"They should throw out all of the ice made with tap water and make fresh ice with boiled or bottled water." [Read More]
Surprisingly, the naked sushi party concept didn't originate in 1990's America. [Read More]
The French-American restaurant opened under their culinary direction in March 2017. [Read More]
The first one on Aug. 6 will have a dim sum theme. [Read More]
The selection at RFK Stadium, the club's old home, felt like a cross between prison grub and an MRE. [Read More]
"This is an iconic city and everyone is very excited." [Read More]
"The thing that makes it easy to get through the rest of it and now is all the love that I have." [Read More]
The Maryland theater celebrates Leonard Bernstein's centennial with a production of his classic musical. [Read More]
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