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Capital Fringe 2015: Witches @ Dance Place

The show channels Monty Python's quick-quips in armor with the bare-bones goofiness of improv. [ more › ]

Your Obligatory Metro Weekend Track Work Post: July 24 - 26

Five of six Metro lines experiencing track work this weekend. [ more › ]

D.C. Chillin': An Unexpected Bond Between Houston and DMV Hip Hop

The history of D.C. and Houston hip hop love hits The Howard Theatre this weekend. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Bang On The Drum All Day Edition

In the news: Suspect in July 4th Metro slaying due in court, daycare worker accused of abusing infants, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: See The Light

End-of-day news: Major fire in Harpers Ferry, trying to work in the cat cafe, and more. [ more › ]

Regarding The Man Who Pulled The Emergency Switch On Metro Train

The reason why he didn't it may not be as selfish as you think. [ more › ]

Bethesda Station Reopened After Another Escalator Outage

It is in the midst of a two-and-a-half year replacement project. [ more › ]

Hypnotize Yourself With This Video Of The Light Tunnel At The National Gallery of Art

Leo Villareal's "Multiverse" has more than 40,000 LEDs programmed to create abstract configurations. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy: A Supposedly Fun Thing They'll Never Do Again Edition

Go see the original ultimate disaster movie, and other films playing this weekend. [ more › ]

D.C. Residents Are Likely To Vote On A $15 Minimum Wage In 2016

D.C. Board of Elections has approved language for the ballot initiative. [ more › ]

This Is Boring News: DC Water's 'Lady Bird' Completes Two-Year Mission

DC Water's massive tunnel boring machine emerges after two years, four-and-a-half miles of tunneling. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Something Blue Edition

In the news: Pregnant woman stabbed while riding her bike, a defense of pop-up buildings, and more. [ more › ]

You Shop and Eat Locally, Now You Can Invest Locally

You might not know that typically only 3% of Americans can invest in startups. DC and 18 other states are changing that by allowing all residents to invest in new businesses and independent entrepreneurs. Here in the District, this model of fundraising, called “equity-based crowdfunding,” has been law since October 2014. Show More Summary

Go Home Already: Follow The Light

End-of-day news: How D.C. can survive peak population, gyrocopter pilot rejects plea deal, and more. [ more › ]

Capital Fringe 2015: Ambien Date Night @ Atlas Performing Arts Center: Lab II

No, alter egos and sleepwalking aren't real Ambien side effects. But the play is hilarious, so who cares? [ more › ]

Body Found In Anacostia River Identified as Maryland Teen

Authorities recovered the body of the 16-year-old teen on July 3rd. [ more › ]

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