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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

NPS: Three National Memorials Were Vandalized Over The Weekend

The Lincoln Memorial, World War II Memorial, and Washington Monument were vandalize with "not overtly political or hate-filled" graffiti. [ more › ]

Watch Live: Bao Bao Leaves D.C. Forever

Bao Bao took her last few tumbles in the yard this morning, once again blissfully unaware of the media circus surrounding her. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: The Wizards Are One Of The Least Profitable NBA Teams

D.C. school fires back after DeVos criticisms, a dorm for grownups, and more news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Terry McAuliffe Dabbing With Students Is A Thing That Happened Today

Also, now Washingtonian is judging your lunch and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

D.C.'s Death With Dignity Law Survives Republican Attacks For Now

D.C. lawmakers are declaring victory over meddlesome Congressional Republicans... until budget season, anyway. [ more › ]

Video: New Film Looks At Old Presidents' Heads

"You don't often see 42 giant heads clumped together in a field where the public aren't even aware of them." [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Famous People?

"D.C. used to be cool. Now we live in a Trumpster." [ more › ]

D.C.'s New Arena Football Team Is Looking For Dancers

The Valorettes are holding auditions on February 25. [ more › ]

D.C. Streetcar Crash Halted Service For About An Hour This Afternoon

The crash appears to have affected the driver's door of a parked car and the side of the streetcar. [ more › ]

Dumbarton Oaks Will Close In July For 8 Months Of Renovations

The stormwater management system dates back to the gardens' creation in the 1920s and the time has come for an overhaul. [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: The Quinoa Cake

If you don't like crab, give these hearty vegetarian quinoa cakes a try. [ more › ]

Maryland Has The Highest Ratio Of Millionaire Households In The Country

Virginia comes in at number 8, and the District follows at number 9. [ more › ]

Trash Raccoon Is Trying To Tell Us Something

Trash raccoon is telling us all to hang in there. Or to ride the trash truck the hell out of #thistown. You decide. [ more › ]

Who Let The Ducks Out? 100 Luminescent Mallards To Be Released Tonight

"In this city, where people are very serious, it's important to do things that are absurd." [ more › ]

How to Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week

This week's food news includes a chicken finger happy hour, a Mid-Atlantic wine class, and more. [ more › ]

'A Cure for Wellness' Conjures Ill Feelings

The new horror thriller is too long and absurd, and is occasionally gratuitous. [ more › ]

These Universal Smartphone Camera Lenses Are $60 Off And Will Easily Up Your Instagram Game

You’ll get a macro/wide lens that lets you snap startlingly clear closeups and expansive panoramic shots, and a fisheye lens that lets you indulge your artistic flair by capturing perspective warping photos. [ more › ]

Immigrants Make Up One-Fourth Of D.C.'s Workforce

Without immigrants, most of the city's restaurant industry would collapse, and there would be few carpenters or housekeepers. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Soccer Stadium Is Officially A Go

Plus, wheelchair accessible cabs are sitting unused, top Chinese food spots, and other news. [ more › ]

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