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First Look: Ankara

Take a look at D.C.'s newest Turkish restaurant. [ more › ]

Police: Suspect In Quadruple Murder Believed To Be In Brooklyn

Police also believe there's a connection between the suspect and the victims. [ more › ]

About Tonight: May 21, 2015

A comedy/trivia panel show, a beer fundraiser, and more. [ more › ]

Menu Decoder: Turkish Essentials

Turkish cuisine tends to fly under the radar in D.C. even though we've got plenty of it. [ more › ]

ALERT: The Cat Cafe Is Opening Next Month

But an exact date hasn't been announced yet. [ more › ]

Police Identify Suspect In Quadruple Murder

Police identified 34-year-old Daron Dylon Wint from DNA found on pizza crust. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Grid Interrupted

In the news: D.C. gets more green roofs, the streetcar gets a safety initiative, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Vertigo

End-of-day news: Police say $40,000 in cash was dropped off to home of quadruple murder, and more. [ more › ]

How a London-Based Music Company Is Trying To Change Live Concerts In D.C.

A slightly different take on small-scale live performance changes the experience of concert-going. [ more › ]

Mary Cheh's Budget Jokes Hit Real Close To Home

"The Mayor and the Attorney General are in a Vulcan death grip over which office is really, really the most powerful and important. Therefore, the Committee recommends this transfer to cover the cost of renting R.F.K. Stadium. There, the Mayor and the Attorney General shall duel for supremacy." [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz

This Week in Jazz: Matt Stevens album release, four generations of Miles sidemen, plus much more. [ more › ]

Your Obligatory Metro Weekend Track Work Post: Memorial Day Weekend

Five of six Metro lines will be experiencing scheduled track work for the holiday weekend. [ more › ]

D.C.'s Parks Jump To Third In National Ranking

Ninety-seven percent of Washingtonians are within a 10-minute walk of a park. [ more › ]

About Tonight: May 20, 2015

Plans for tonight: a Cindy Williams book reading, whiskey tasting, and more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: No Teasing Edition

In the news: Two children found with elevated led levels at D.C. General, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Snack Time

End-of-day news: A condo building's sommelier-in-residence discusses his new job, three charter schools win approval in D.C., and more. [ more › ]

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