Blog Profile / DCist

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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Harry Potter And The Return Of The Midnight Release Party

Politics & Prose will host a midnight party for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on July 30. [ more › ]

Photos: Thousands Cycled Through The Rain During Inaugural D.C. Bike Ride

A sea of helmets, jerseys, and costumes brightened up the 17 miles of car-free roads. [ more › ]

About Tonight: May 23, 2016

Share with a stranger, play bingo for porchetta, and more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Caffeinated Edition

In the news: A freight train collides with a car, Baltimore awaits verdict in Freddie Gray case, and more. [ more › ]

Photos: Pot Activists Return To The White House For A 'Die-In'

With more marijuana smoke, speeches, and signs in tow, they held 22-minute "die in." [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Bike Back Time

Myths about home rule, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Cannabis Demonstration Still On At The White House, Despite Shooting

Whether there'll be a full-fledged die-in, though, remains up in the air. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Welcome to D.C.

The tourists are here again, and there's a few things they'll need to get used to. [ more › ]

Red Line Wedding: Metro Fires 20 Managers

NBC Washington and WAMU got copies of Metro's internal memo announcing the "management restructuring." [ more › ]

White House Is On Lockdown After Shooting Nearby

A shooting has been reported on West Executive Drive. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: The Nice Guys

In its opening minutes, the movie already throws in at least two nods to Lethal Weapon, the 1987 action movie that put writer-director Shane Black on the map. [ more › ]

The Weekly Feed: Seafood Charcuterie Edition

Plus exciting 9th Street openings, the Embassy Chef Challenge, and more. [ more › ]

Bryan Cranston Soars In HBO's Familiar But Intriguing All the Way

This TV movie about LBJ and the civil rights movement feels both undercooked and overstuffed. [ more › ]

As Rents In Petworth Skyrocket, Domku Cafe Is Closing

The Scandinavian-Slavic restaurant will shutter at the end of June. [ more › ]

CDC: More Than 150 Pregnant Women Possibly Infected With Zika In U.S. States

The DC Health Department reports four cases of Zika—at least one victim was a pregnant woman. [ more › ]

Mayor Bowser Bans City-Funded Travel To Tennessee

For those keeping track at home: that's Tennessee, Mississippi, and North Carolina. [ more › ]

Singing From The Stoop: Porch Music Festivals Thrive In D.C. And Takoma

Neighborhoods turn into a giant open-air music venue for the afternoon. [ more › ]

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