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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Morning Roundup: Well, The Drought Is Officially Over

Also, D.C. may be getting a Lidl supermarket and is definitely getting more rain this week. [ more › ]

'You Don't Get To Be A Nazi From 9-5': Professor Explains Why She Confronted Richard Spencer At The Gym

C. Christine Fair has since been subjected to a torrent of phone calls, death threats, pizza orders, and truly vile online harassment since the story got out. [ more › ]

Restaurant Removes 'Pill Cosby' Cocktail After Highly Predictable Outcry

Diet Starts Monday pulled the Bill Cosby cocktail after a swift and loud outrage. [ more › ]

'President Frank Underwood' Is Hanging Out In D.C. With Former Obama Photographer

The U.S. president on House of Cards hit the campaign trail today with Pete Souza, visiting iconic places from Union Station to Ben's Chili Bowl. [ more › ]

Judge's Ruling Is A Major Setback For The Purple Line

It puts already appropriated federal funds in jeopardy, and could conceivably even spell the end for the project. [ more › ]

Taffety Punk Puts Healthcare On Stage in 'Side Effects' And 'Mercy Killings'

Everyone has a horror story about it, and actor-playwright Michael Milligan looks at the crisis from the side of the struggling patient and the overwhelmed doctor. [ more › ]

'GW Protects Rapists:' Students Protest At Graduation Ceremony

Aniqa Raihan held up the signs with two other students in protest of a senior who sexually assaulted her, but was still allowed to graduate and walk in the ceremony. [ more › ]

The Current Newspapers Finally Get A Website

"We don't see [the site] as being a rocket to the moon by any stretch of the imagination, but we think, in 2017, it's good to have a vibrant and robust online presence." [ more › ]

Dish Of The Week: Diving Into Seafood Towers

Add some drama to your next meal with a towering, indulgent order of fresh fruits de mer. [ more › ]

Wegmans Is Finally Coming To D.C.

The chain grocer will anchor the redevelopment of the Fannie Mae site at 3900 Wisconsin Avenue NW. [ more › ]

17 Of Our Favorite Events in D.C. This Week

Celebrate Star Wars and Clueless; bone up on the history of resisting fascist regimes; and more in this week's event roundup. [ more › ]

Kalorama Gets Resident-Only Parking Due To 'Special Circumstances'

There's been a loss of parking since Ivanka Trump and the Obama family arrived in the community. [ more › ]

'We Want Weed': Gunmen Try To Rob Medical Marijuana Dispensary

Two masked men tried to rob the Takoma Wellness Center on Sunday morning—no injuries were reported. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Porta-potty Owners Are Loving The Resistance

Plus, parents want more of an apology from Bowser, meet Breitbart's White House reporter, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Four Apartment Accessories That You Might Not Need But You'll Definitely Want

From nightlight toilet bowls to mermaid tail blankets, we've got all the stuff that'll fill your apartment before you can say "online shopping addiction." [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Watch Mike Pence Watch Trump Leave

Plus, Columbia Heights/Mt. Pleasant is now the third-priciest area to buy a house, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Kids

Kids are funny, except when they aren't. These kids, though. [ more › ]

Watch: Ducks Conquer The Capitol Reflecting Pool Ramp

Big news out of the Capitol on Friday, where ducklings have successfully mastered the ramp installed earlier this week at the Reflecting Pool. [ more › ]

Video: Footage Shows Erdogan Witnessed Guards Beating Protesters

Here's the latest in what would be an even more significant international incident if we lived in Normal Times. [ more › ]

DC Water's New Trash-Collecting Boats Now Have Names: Flotsam And Jetsam

The $484,000 vessels will collect tons of trash and debris from the Anacostia and Potomac Rivers. [ more › ]

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