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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Go Home Already: Someone Put Their Paw On The Declaration Of Independence

Experts say the document was defaced in the early 20th century, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

D.C. Library And DMV Among Those Affected By Cyber Attack

Both said their online payment systems were affected by a massive attack on a popular DNS provider. [ more › ]

Eleanor Holmes Norton To Reunite With 'Old Rival' Stephen Colbert

D.C.'s congresswoman plans to talk statehood and "Good Girls Revolt," a new television series that portrays her role in a gender discrimination lawsuit against Newsweek. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Nasty Woman

Thanks to Donald Trump, Janet Jackson is experiencing some new popularity and some new phrases have entered the public conscious. [ more › ]

'Certain Women' Is A Quietly Powerful Study Of Small Town America

She's the movie's least familiar face, but Lily Gladstone is the breakout star in this drama about four women in small town Montana. [ more › ]

'A Man Called Ove' Is A Grumpy Old Man With A Heart

Despite its conventional formula, this Swedish blockbuster is an effective tearjerker. [ more › ]

Man Sentenced To 60 Years In Prison For Brutal Hill East Rape

D.C. Superior Court Judge Florence Pan called Antwon Pitt a "violent and aggressive individual" with a "lack of remorse or acceptance of responsibility." [ more › ]

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

Our calendar includes a cocktail takeover at Espita Mezcaleria and a planning notice for must-see Anthony Bourdain theater. [ more › ]

Breitbart Troll Milo Yiannopoulos Is Speaking At GWU Tonight

A number of other university groups have cancelled his appearances, largely over safety concerns. [ more › ]

Poke Pop Pops Back Up For The Week

Beginning today, in the Petworth space that once held Crane & Turtle. [ more › ]

Dish Of The Week: Where To Find New Twists On Poutine

The Canadian nosh is popping up in interesting ways around D.C. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Metro Riders Demand Return Of Late-Night Service

At a hearing. Plus the latest from a Fojol Brothers founder, why so many people are unhappy about the soccer stadium design, and more in the news. [ more › ]

This Wine Delivery Service Is Like Having Your Own Sommelier

You don’t have to be a wine expert to enjoy a quality glass of vino, especially not with WineAwesomeness. This delivery service is changing the game with its personalized wine selection and delivery services. Check it out: a three-pack is now $30, marked down from the usual $45. [ more › ]

Metro Police Reviewing Arrest Of Teen For Bringing Lollipop And Chips Into Station

GM Paul Wiedefeld and Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau called for an investigation into the incident. [ more › ]

Photos: Seven Notes From The New REI

Making your way from one end of the new REI to the other feels like a small hike in and of itself, passing through more than 50,000 square feet of artfully arranged gear. [ more › ]

Got Ideas? City Wants Public Feedback On Its Comprehensive Plan

The Office of Planning is hosting a series of meetings to get a sense of what residents want. [ more › ]

It's A Great Week For Actresses At The Movies With 'Aquarius' and 'Christine'

Sonia Braga will do several Q&As in support of Aquarius, and other films to check out. [ more › ]

'Hamilton's America' on PBS Doesn't Throw Away Its Shot

A new documentary provides new historical context for the groundbreaking Broadway phenomenon. [ more › ]

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