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The church restocked and re-opened, adjusting to a new reality. [Read More]
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This week's news, courtesy of Washington City Paper... [Read More]
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The D.C. post-punk ensemble recently signed to Merge Records. [Read More]
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"3 years and too many murders later..." [Read More]
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Check out a digital art exhibition, see a pair of female-led indie rock bands, and learn about a legendary Led Zeppelin performance that may or... [Read More]
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WMATA reports a $400,000 per day loss during the shutdown. [Read More]
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Bike fit is more a process than an outcome... [Read More]
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Yes, there will be bulgogi hoagies. [Read More]
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The Hawaii-obsessed restaurant will open the weekend of Jan. 25. [Read More]
One lawyer says the plan will "strip tenants of their essential rights." [Read More]
Councilmembers and residents address whether the city will embrace it at Ward 8 forum. [Read More]
North Michigan Park neighbors have been successfully fighting liquor stores for at least 55 years. [Read More]
A survey of new tunes from around the District, from the latest Dischord Records signee, to Depressive Black Metal (which, yes, is a real thing). [Read More]
Paweł Pawlikowski's Oscar-contending film is gorgeous, but isn't long enough to get a good feel for its characters. [Read More]
Their children died years ago, and they know what's in store for families of the recent victims. [Read More]
"I can't turn it off—it's so terrible. I'm constantly a crazy person." [Read More]
The film caps off a 19-year film experiment that began with "Unbreakable." [Read More]
"We try to make it guest-centric so people come in, have a good time, want to come back, and tell friends that they had a... [Read More]
D.C. has reportedly not properly spent funds dedicated to combating opioid abuse... [Read More]
It's only the second time Bowser has vetoed legislation. [Read More]
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