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FDA Now Advises Screening Donated Blood For Zika Throughout The Country

It was previously only suggested for Puerto Rico, Florida, and other places that have reported local transmission of the disease. [ more › ]

'Morris from America' Is A Fresh And Charming Coming-of-Age Tale

Craig Robinson stars in a drama that filters a familiar story through a new lens. [ more › ]

D.C.'s Shadow Rep Will Protest In Front Of Trump Hotel

"It's the closest thing we have to associate with this man of hate," says D.C. Shadow Rep. Franklin Garcia, who plans to protest on Sunday, the anniversary of the March on Washington. [ more › ]

Report: DGS Director Forced Out Over Contracting Dispute

The decision not to award contracts to a local company, and major Bowser donor, triggered significant interest from the administration, according to WAMU. [ more › ]

D.C. Is Well On The Way To Getting Its First Winery

Breweries and distilleries, D.C. has. But the city's first winemaking operation, District Winery, will be uncorking in 2017. [ more › ]

Travel In Style With The Rolo Travel Bag

When you’re traveling, looking your best feels like an impossible feat. Between the wrinkled clothes, the mysterious stains, and that one shoe that always seems to go missing just when you need it, it’s a miracle if you can even get out the door looking like a human, much less the put-together jet-setter you were hoping to embody. [ more › ]

Hepatitis A Outbreak Leads to $100,000 Lawsuit Against Tropical Smoothie Cafe

Virginia officials have confirmed that 28 people in the state have contracted hepatitis A from Tropical Smoothie Cafe. [ more › ]

Rejoice, Ice Cream Jubilee Is Coming To 14th Street

It is opening in the BakeHouse space at 14th and T. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Statehood Failures Are Pretty Common

We wouldn't be the first to try to become a state and fail, dozens of people have been forced out of their homes over marijuana, this year's football stars, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Newseum Is Giving Us The TV Reporters We Deserve

The exhibit dates back to the museum's time in Rosslyn, though at that time people got VHS tapes. [ more › ]

5 Interesting Movies You Should Catch In D.C. This Week

Mia Madre, starring John Turturro, opens, and other films we recommend checking out. [ more › ]

Brookland Residents Sue Owner Of Massive Complex Over Redevelopment Plans

Current tenants say a plan to overhaul the community discriminates against large families. [ more › ]

To Put Chartreuse On Tap, The Passenger Needed A Monastery's Blessing

"The monks regard Chartreuse as very sacred," explains general manager Jade Aldrighette. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 10 Things To Do In And Around D.C.

Theater meets game show with Astro Pop, the return of the DC State fair, a silent dance party at the Washington Monument, and other things to do this weekend. [ more › ]

This Is What 1,200 People Look Like As A 'Living Arrowhead'

1,200 people came out today to create a living version of NPS' emblem. [ more › ]

You'll Need A $185 Ticket To Eat At Shaw Bijou, Opening In November

This includes a call from the restaurant which will plan a menu around your tastes. [ more › ]

A Beginner's Guide To The Maryland Renaissance Festival

The faire celebrates its 40th anniversary, though it doesn't look a day over 500. [ more › ]

D.C. Streetcar Will Run On Sundays Starting Next Month

Headway times are also being reduced from 15 to 12 minutes as the system approaches its six-month anniversary. [ more › ]

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