Blog Profile / DCist

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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Hypothermia Season Is Officially Upon Us

Here are the numbers to call for shelter information or to request transportation for someone in need. [ more › ]

Hannibal Buress Gives Surprise Show At Wonderland

The comedian turned D.C. into a testing ground for new material last night. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Hello There Edition

In the news: Ed Asner is the grand marshal of the Manassas Christmas parade, people are pretty ready for prosecutors to stop investigating Vincent Gray, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Marching Ahead

End-of-day news: six local universities sign White House pledge for climate change, and more. [ more › ]

Synthetic Drugs Led To An Average Of 18.7 FEMS Calls A Day In October

A new proposed legislation would ban the drugs according to their class rather than individual compound. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Bedside Manner

How a doctor or dentist treats patients is important: are they good with patients, explain what's wrong, listen well? Is laughter the best medicine? [ more › ]

For 48-Hours, D.C.'s 'Activist Creative Community' Will Do Yoga, Cathartic Dance, And Burn A Temple On The Mall

"Even though this is about a nightmare—the war on drugs—this event is really positive and inclusive. That’s the root motivation," says Robert Haferd, a civil rights attorney and one of the event organizers. [ more › ]

Gyrocopter Pilot Pleads Guilty To One Felony Count

Prosecutors agreed not to ask for more than 10 months in prison as part of the plea deal. [ more › ]

The Weekly Feed: Veggie Garbage Plate Edition

A pro explains how to get the most out of Meatless Mondays. [ more › ]

HEALTH @ Rock n Roll Hotel

         HEALTH may not have given D.C. the set they wanted to after blowing out the subwoofers, but the LA-noisemakers continued to give, regardless. [ more › ]

D.C. Takes Steps Toward Making Police Body-Worn Camera Footage Accessible

The committee’s bill will go to the full council for the first of two votes on December 1. [ more › ]

National League MVP Bryce Harper Answers A Clown Question Delightfully

The outfielder is the first Nationals player to win the honor, and he celebrated by spinning some internet gold. [ more › ]

Photos: An Autotune-Less T-Pain Plays NPR

      T-Pain brought the soul last night with a free show at NPR. [ more › ]

Photos: The Vibrance After The Storm

  Yesterday's rain gave way to an incredible show in the sky. [ more › ]

Out and About: Weekend Picks

To do this weekend: Check out "wearable art," go "hunting for rye whiskey," and more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Packed House Edition

Alcohol ads on Metro, D.C. do-gooders, and more. [ more › ]

Excited For Black Friday? Not So Fast

Black Friday and Cyber Monday mean big discounts, but do you really think about how much money you're still spending? Holiday gift giving is a fun tradition, sure, but so many of us use these mega-sales as an opportunity to indulge in...Show More Summary

Go Home Already: Double Rainbow, Baby

End of day news: A police-involved shooting, cutting Shear Madness, and more. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy: Censored Edition

Looking at some of the best films screening this week from around the globe. [ more › ]

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