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Blog Post Archive

Go Home Already: Maryland Would Really Like Permission To Start Building Purple Line

Also, D.C.'s bidding wars make it to the Gray Lady, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Suspect Charged After Stabbing At Giant Grocery In Van Ness

Officials took the victim to a nearby hospital in serious condition. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Pot Dealing Arrests In D.C. Back At Pre-Legalization Levels

Virginia town wants its zip code back, rat complaints are up 65 percent in D.C., and more in the news. [ more › ]

Why, Yes, That Is A Pole Vault In Downtown D.C.

There's an exhibition on Friday and a formal competition on Saturday in Freedom Plaza. [ more › ]

How to Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week

Say hello to summer in Washington with loads of crab, two new internationally-inspired quick service restaurants, and more in this week's picks. [ more › ]

Shady Grove, Rockville, Crystal City Metro Stations Closed This Weekend

Shady Grove and Rockville stations will be closed all weekend due to SafeTrack, and Crystal City will be closed on Saturday for maintenance. [ more › ]

Time To Learn All The Stuff They Didn't Cover In College

How to actually get the job you want, how to untangle your finances and how to deepen your entrepreneurial skills without going back to school -- sound like some stuff you wish you knew how to do? Pick up the Adulting 101 Bundle. [ more › ]

AHCA Protesters At DCA Want To Be The Last Thing Senators See Before Leaving

"Let's greet them with a massive protest to let them know what we think about their disastrous new healthcare bill." [ more › ]

Vintage 11-Piece Band Vince Giordano and the Nighthawks Quickstep Into AFI Silver

The AFI Silver will screen a documentary on the band and host a live performance by the Grammy-winning band. [ more › ]

Newseum Adds Farenthold's Notes, Guardian Reporter's Broken Glasses

"These two artifacts tell important stories about how journalists work, and the threats they face, even in the United States." [ more › ]

Police Drag Disabled Demonstrators From Capitol Hill During Healthcare Bill Protest

43 people were arrested after demonstrators blocked the hallway outside of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's office. [ more › ]

Pizzagate Gunman Sentenced To Four Years Behind Bars

Welch said in a letter to the court last week that “It was never my intention to harm or frighten innocent lives, but I realize now just how foolish and reckless my decision was.” [ more › ]

Art Biopic 'Maudie' Tops Your Movie Picks This Week

And don't miss a documentary about jazz orchestra leader Vince Giordano, with a live performance from his 11-piece band. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 15 Things To Do In And Around D.C.

Laugh, eat, and dance your way through the first weekend of summer. [ more › ]

Ex-Mail Carrier Admits To Dumping 15,000 Pieces Of Mail In Northeast Sewer

The unsalvageable mail “was soaking wet and clumped together, and it shredded to pieces as it was picked up." [ more › ]

Imelda May's Music Charts A New Course On Life Love Flesh Blood

The Irish singer-songwriter opens for Elvis Costello tonight at Wolf Trap. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Wounded Officer Takes Field For First Pitch At Congressional Game

The childhood home of Jackie O. is on the market for $49.5 million, and more news. [ more › ]

Non-Binary Gender License Option Will Start Next Week

"It's having my government recognize and not erase me. It's about feeling like I exist and that what’s on my ID document is not false," [ more › ]

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