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And ignited a debate over the effects on homeowners. [Read More]
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A Logan Circle restaurant that can't keep a chef to the welcome news of a second Shouk. [Read More]
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All the jazz to check out during the holiday weekend. [Read More]
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Catch a Dutch DJ live or check out a photography exhibition centered on a Japanese pilgrimage. [Read More]
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Thousands of them, between the ones who live here and the ones who traveled... [Read More]
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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 buildings up for sale this week. [Read More]
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The battle over the initiative that would do away with the tipped minimum wage is both high stakes and highly emotional. Voters decide June 19. [Read More]
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"The production of this type of beverage packaging is a step in the wrong direction for our oceans and land." [Read More]
Some liken durian's scent to diesel fuel. [Read More]
New York-based Komeeda is bringing its Displaced Kitchens series to D.C. May 28 and June 11. [Read More]
"A Right to the City" documents the history of resisting gentrification in D.C. [Read More]
Is TenSquare effective—or just connected? [Read More]
"MORE or LESS" showcases how D.C.'s affinity for Abstraction has always been a part of its artistic DNA. [Read More]
"The Environmental Performance Agency (EPA): Department of Weedy Affairs" is protest art that transcends protest art. [Read More]
Spain's submission for the 2018 Academy Awards' Best Foreign Language Film is a natural delight. [Read More]
The writer/director's latest film is among his best work. [Read More]
Overtime is on overdrive at the D.C. police department and other agencies. [Read More]
In which GP accepts a wager... [Read More]
It's easy to pigeonhole people—athletes especially, but really everyone—into a preformed narrative. [Read More]
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