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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

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This Week in Jazz

This Week in Jazz: Shannon Gunn & The Bullettes CD release, Igmar Thomas & The Cypher, Moran + Denk, Ayanna Gregory and much more. [ more › ]

Metro Begins Changing Out Paper Farecard Machines From Stations

By January there won't be a way to buy the soon-to-be relics, and faregates will stop accepting them in March. [ more › ]

U.S. Capitol Police Warn Nation Of Islam Rally Could Get Violent In 'Race-Baiting' E-mail

The U.S. Capitol Police Chief Kim Dine has responded by distancing himself from the newsletter that is being derided as alarmist "race-baiting." [ more › ]

Here's How Politicians, Activists Reacted To The Exelon Settlement

The proposed merger now goes back to the D.C. Public Service Commission to decide. [ more › ]

Pray to the Kush God: D.C. Has Weed on Wheels

Customers can soon order special brownies and gummies via an app for a "donation." [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Supreme Sport

In the news: Georgetown gets a huge donation, people turn out for family leave proposal, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Time For A Drink

End-of-day news: Mongtomery County bans lawn pesticides and more. [ more › ]

Capital Bikeshare Could Grow By 99 Stations In D.C. Over Three Years

The plan would more than double access across the Anacostia River. [ more › ]

Starbucks Wants To Start Serving Booze And Small Plates Around D.C.

Starbucks Evenings is coming for D.C. and the surrounding suburbs. [ more › ]

Maryland Pot Company Will Be Unionized

But they are still awaiting a license to open. [ more › ]

Photos: A Celebration of Pork at Cochon 555 Heritage BBQ Competition

                         A roving annual event, this year’s heritage BBQ competition in D.C. is perhaps best described as bacchanalian. [ more › ]

First Look: Olivia's Diner

      Two best friends dreamed of opening a restaurant that would serve no-frills, traditional American dishes. [ more › ]

Officially Cute Panda Can Now (Kind Of) See And Hear

Bei Bei weighing in at 4.5 pounds and measuring 33 centimeters. [ more › ]

D.C. May Soon Guarantee The Most Parental Leave In The Country

It would apply to the birth or adoption of a child, to care for a sick family member, or to recover from a serious health condition. [ more › ]

About Tonight: October 6, 2015

Edgar Allan Poe-themed cocktails, beer geekery, and more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Fairy Tale Edition

In the news: Gun store moves in next door to a school, the middle finger on V Street gets a new use, and more. [ more › ]

For $50, You Can Invest in Restaurant Incubator Prequel

You might not know that you can invest $100-$5,000 in a restaurant thanks to DC-based startup EquityEats. Immediately following a successful crowdfunding campaign, investors receive 100% of their investment amount in food & beverage credit to the restaurant so they can try out their restaurant. Show More Summary

Mallows Bay—Of Ghost Fleet Fame—Is A New Marine Sanctuary

It is located about forty miles south of D.C. and is the Chesapeake Bay region's first marine sanctuary. [ more › ]

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