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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Weekend Picks: 9 Things To Do In And Around D.C.

Get chilly at Ice Yards, warm up with ramen, and more! [ more › ]

Where to Find D.C.'s Best Gooey, Indulgent Mac and Cheese

Ditch the boxed stuff and read on for our picks on the best mac and cheese dishes in the area. [ more › ]

Some Of D.C.'s Most Celebrated Musicians Will Rock The Stacks For DCPL

An album and benefit concert feature well-known and up-and-coming names from D.C.'s rich music scene. [ more › ]

Advocates Say Some Mental Health Patients Aren’t Being Adequately Served Amid Policy Changes

The Department of Behavioral Health has limited funding for transitional mental health services provided to individuals who do not have Medicaid, are institutionalized in city-run facilities, or both. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: The Metro Escalators Might Talk To You

Public charter school teachers want to form a union, eviction companies hiring the homeless at illegal rates, and more news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Rex Tillerson Buys A Home In Kalorama

A Louis C.K. show that was filmed in D.C. will air on Netflix, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Photos: The Immersive Work of Yayoi Kusama Comes To The Hirshhorn

If you're not already familiar with avant-garde Japanese artist's work, over the coming months, you'll have no choice but to get familiar. [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz, Featuring Washington Women In Jazz

Also INTERSECTIONS, Snarky Puppy, Victor Wooten, Anacostia Delta, and much more. [ more › ]

People Are Rallying Outside The White House Tonight To Support Trans Students

Virginia student Gavin Grimm, whose lawsuit is coming before the Supreme Court, will be there. [ more › ]

Extra Fencing Around The White House To Come Down By March 1

It isn't related to the protests, according to the National Park Service. [ more › ]

New Bill Would Require Training For D.C. Employees To Stop Street Harassment

"We want our public spaces to feel safe," says Ward 1 Councilmember Brianne Nadeau. [ more › ]

Coalition Will Press D.C. To Divest From Wells Fargo Over Dakota Access Pipeline

"We want to send a message that any future attempts to invest in this type of dirty infrastructure will have consequences: financial and public shame." [ more › ]

Metrorail Maintenance Will Delay Five Lines This Weekend

Riders should prepare for 18 to 26 minute wait times on the Blue, Yellow, Green, Orange, and Silver Lines. [ more › ]

5 Must-Have Items You Shouldn't Leave Home Without

Whether it's this durable key fob or this wallet and toolkit in one, these are the everyday carry items you should have on you at all times. [ more › ]

Video: D.C. Police Rescue Man From A Burning Car In Northeast

Police say the driver struck a pole and was trapped in his burning car on Sunday night. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Runner Wins Race With Just One Shoe

Also a Maryland tattoo parlor will cover up racist or gang tattoos for free, lawsuit filed over the removal of a student painting at the Capitol, and more in the news. [ more › ]

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