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DCPS' attendance crisis will continue if schools keep promoting kids who aren't learning. [Read More]
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Go-go bands have been playing African rhythms for decades. Now Backyard Band and Team Familiar are taking the beat back to their ancestral homeland in... [Read More]
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The District has cleared encampments to make way for public art installations in one of the city's fastest-growing neighborhoods. [Read More]
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Pulling back the curtain on food costs reveals some restaurants are more like magicians than money-making machines. [Read More]
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Listen to a neo-soul crooner or learn about clean eating and the future of food. [Read More]
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DCPS' attendance crisis will continue if schools keep promoting kids who aren't learning. [Read More]
A new report shows that more than 10 percent of DCPS graduates missed most of the last school year. [Read More]
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Plus a Dom who encounters a condom full of blood... [Read More]
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Never fear, Tom is here. [Read More]
Don't knock fish, pickles, and rice porridge in the a.m. until you try it. [Read More]
Hear a thought leader talk about his latest book or enjoy a blend of hip-hop and Indian music. [Read More]
How will revoking temporary protected status for thousands of Salvadorans impact our local economy? [Read More]
Prepare to rebuild your sandwich as you eat it. [Read More]
Last week the Trump administration ended temporary protected status for more than 30,00 D.C.-area residents. [Read More]
"It's disheartening to see all of the change, but this market, it's iconic." [Read More]
Celebrate MLK Day with an iconic performer and a choir or catch a panel about race in America today. [Read More]
The crazy feta hush puppies are a particular treat. [Read More]
Peavy, who died in Bethesda at age 98, served as a medium for beings of pure energy, in particular one frequent interdimensional flyer known as... [Read More]
Catch a collaboration between a talented vocalist and an award-winning composer or see movies from the other side of the world. [Read More]
The transfer of properties to real estate firm CityPartners has attracted legal action from the D.C. Attorney General's office. [Read More]
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