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This Week In Jazz, Featuring Nicole Saphos And Warren Wolf

Also, Shannon Gunn's sextet, Victor Provost, Sharón Clark, Mariza, and much more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: 'Fake Fundraising' In Wake Of Woman's Tragic Death

Local restaurants hungry for your Instagram posts, polls tighten in Va. governor's race, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Haunted House Edition

Only the spookiest stories on this most hallowed of days. [ more › ]

Rose McGowan Sought In Virginia On Felony Drug Charge

McGowan called the charge "horseshit" and speculated news of the charge is retaliation for her outspokenness. [ more › ]

D.C. Police Spent $300,000 On Weapons, Equipment For Inauguration

The Office of Police Complaints is looking into whether that's "appropriate." [ more › ]

Map: The D.C. Neighborhoods Where It Is Easiest To Get By Without A Car

It is much easier to live without a personal vehicle in D.C.'s wealthier neighborhoods. [ more › ]

Local Saxophonist Herb Scott Sees The Need For Politics In Jazz

Scott, a tireless jazz advocate, leads his quintet at the Atlas on Friday. [ more › ]

Photos: Tiny, Intricate Murder Dioramas Are Now On Display At The Renwick

Frances Glessner Lee made the set of 18 intricately designed dioramas, earning her the nickname the "the mother of forensic science." [ more › ]

November Theater Means Dueling 'Christmas Carols'

But if you're tired of holiday fare, there's always Mean Girls. [ more › ]

José Andrés Served More Meals In Puerto Rico Than Any Other Nonprofit Or Government Agency

"He is all that is keeping them from starving," one Puerto Rican told The New York Times. [ more › ]

Marijuana Activists Are Handing Out Weed Outside HUD HQ Today

Even in D.C. and other states that have legalized medical and/or recreational marijuana, recipients of vouchers of federal housing can still be evicted for possession. [ more › ]

Weekly Music Agenda, Featuring George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic

Also, the return of A Perfect Circle, Tori Amos at the MGM, and more. [ more › ]

Will Vince Gray Run? Poll Aims To Figure Out His Chances Of Unseating Bowser

A political ally says he wants better data to help inform the Ward 7 councilmember. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: 'Release Trump's Tax Returns' Projected On IRS Building

Plus, the deplorable conditions at the city's only publicly funded hospital, a warm and dry November, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Marriott Family Is Feuding Over Finances And Divorce

Plus, Maryland is investigating Jared Kushner's company, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Photos: A Peek At The Forthcoming Marion Barry Memorial Statue

The unveiling is slated for Barry's birthday, which is March 6. [ more › ]

Hong Kong Beats D.C. To Become Gay Games 2022 Host

Hong Kong will be the first Asian city to host the games. [ more › ]

'Book of Mormon' At Kennedy Center Is Profane Yet Kind

The South Park creators' musical satire remains a pure delight. [ more › ]

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

Do Halloween right with trick-or-treating events, spooky parties, and fancy soirees. Once the sugar coma settles, refresh with a meditation class and juice cleanse, or just keep the ball rolling and happy hour hop. [ more › ]

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