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Metro Workers May Hold A 'Sick Out' This Weekend

A Metro spokesperson says the agency has received "an unusually high number of absence requests." [ more › ]

D.C. Now Has A Free Composting Program

Residents can drop off food waste at farmer's markets around the city. [ more › ]

These Portable Speakers Will Help Fight Festival FOMO All Season

It's all the convenience of booming beats delivered by your favorite artists - without all that other stuff. Whether you're looking for a mobile powerhouse or feel like getting a little bit spacey with a floating speaker orb, we've rounded up some top picks below. [ more › ]

Weekly Music Agenda, Featuring The Pretty Reckless

Also, catch some "Opera on Tap," The Perfectionists play the last show of Acre 121, and more. [ more › ]

There Will Be Multiple Station Closures On Metrorail This Weekend

College Park station will be closed on Saturday. Greenbelt, Farragut West, McPherson Square, and the lower level of Metro Center will be closed on both Saturday and Sunday. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Record-Challenging Heat Predicted For Day Of Climate March

Shenandoah River's livestock problems, repairs coming to Sanford property, and more news. [ more › ]

This Money Talks: The Dollar-By-Dollar Spending Habits Of A D.C. Local

There’s no prescriptive right or wrong way to spend money, although somebody smart once said “don’t spend it all in one place.” While big purchases like a house or car seem important, everyday decisions like mass transit vs. rideshare or eat out vs. Show More Summary

Go Home Already: First Lady Of Virginia Might Challenge Comstock

And imagine: a former DCist editor sitting on the council dais! Plus, more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Report: D.C. Has Largest Increase Of Black Homeowners In The Country

And between 1990 and 2015, D.C. saw a 10 percent increase of Latino homeowners, which ranks it fifth nationally among these households in Trulia's report. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Even With This Cold Snap, April May Still Be Warmest On Record

Follow DCist on Twitter and like us on Facebook. You can also get the top stories mailed to you—sign up here. Crappy weather included, April is still tracking to be the warmest on record in Washington. [Post] Lost cockatoo gets a ride in a squad car. [Fox5] 72-year-old woman with dementia found after two weeks. [NBC] [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The State Department Is Now Promoting Mar-A-Lago

Plus a mystery Japanese company is buying up D.C. real estate downtown, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Four Arrested During Weed Smoke-In On Capitol Grounds

This follows eight arrests at a joint giveaway last Thursday. [ more › ]

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