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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Go Home Already: Last Leaf

End of the day news: Places that are closed for Thanksgiving, and more. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Dangerous Men

A cinematic turkey the likes of which you haven't seen before. [ more › ]

MPD Findings: D.C. Police Justified In Detaining Jason Goolsby

The findings come after a month-long internal investigation. [ more › ]

Your Obligatory Metro Weekend Track Work Post: November 27-29

This post brings happy holiday tidings from your friends at WMATA. [ more › ]

After Public Process, Activists Want Answers About The Future of Columbia Heights' Hebrew Home

Mayor Muriel Bowser scuttled a plan the city proposed last year for 90 percent affordable housing on the site. [ more › ]

DCist's Local Holiday Shopping Guide

Tis the season to shop artisanally. Holiday markets and pop-up shops are a plenty this year. [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz

This Week in Jazz: Eddie Palmieri, DeAndrey Howard + Bob Butta, Tim Whalen, Sam Prather and much more. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Creed

Adonis is a worthy successor to Rocky. [ more › ]

Federal Forager: The Skinny on Salumi

How should health-conscious carnivores navigate the classification of processed meats as carcinogens? [ more › ]

DCA Workers Fasted On The Busiest Travel Day Of The Year

They'll end the fast in a ceremony today at noon, after a day of passing out petitions advocating for a $15-per-hour minimum wage and wearing buttons that say “Ask Me Why I’m Fasting.” [ more › ]

About Tonight: November 25, 2015

The Nutcracker, Friendsgiving, and other ways to spend the night before Thanksgiving. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Traffic Lights Edition

In the news: Sinatramania, Airbnb, a new radio station, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: A Good Sign

End-of-day news: Another MPD officer dancing on the job, an update on Tysons, and more. [ more › ]

DCPL Wants Your Ideas To Better Honor MLK At The Flagship Library

Public feedback showed a desire for the renovated building to tell the civil rights leader's story. [ more › ]

Drawn to Flavor: The Dabney

If this is Mid-Atlantic cuisine... I’m all in. [ more › ]

Crumbs and Whiskers Will Deliver Baskets Of Kittens Next Month

For $99. the kittens will come with a playpen and macarons—but only if you live in Georgetown. [ more › ]

Obama Tells Hollande 'In The Face Of The French People, We See Ourselves'

The Presidents threw shade at Russia for its Syrian airstrikes and recommitted to the fight against ISIS. [ more › ]

D.C. Cellist Raises More Than $200,000 To Make Music For Cats

"One day I'd like to calm caged whales and relax abused dogs, but first I need to create a sustainable business, one that sells animal music people will actually buy. Cats seemed like the obvious choice." [ more › ]

Capital Cheese-skate: A Primer on Buying the Good Stuff

The best practices for serving up a plate of delicious dairy this holiday season. [ more › ]

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