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Filed Under:United States / Washington D.C.
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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

At Taste of D.C. Festival, A Chili-Eating Champion and A Racing President

Famed competitive eater Joey Chestnut returned to D.C. this weekend to regain his title as the World's Best Competitive Chili Eater. [ more › ]

Weekly Music Agenda

Live shows you should catch this week include a Ladies Rock Camp Showcase, Feedel Band, The Effects, and a lot more. [ more › ]

About Tonight: October 13, 2014

Tonight: Scary movies, Norman Lear at Sixth & I, and more. Plus our picks for later this week. [ more › ]

NIH: Ebola Vaccine Probably Would've Been Found If It Weren't For Budget Cuts

"Frankly, if we had not gone through our 10-year slide in research support, we probably would have had a vaccine in time for this." [ more › ]

Photos: Touring The Distilleries Of Virginia

  A mini whiskey tasting tour of the commonwealth. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Flora Edition

In the news: Prayer service held for child wounded by stray bullet, marijuana legalization may have to wait, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Touch of Silver

End-of-day news: Police investigating two shootings in SW and SE, Voxsplaining Vox, and more. [ more › ]

Video: Metrobus Driver, Passengers Get Into Heated Argument

What happens when a Metrobus driver fires back at an unruly passenger and a bus-wide heated argument ensues? This. [ more › ]

At D.C General, Advisory Board Brings Together Social Service Groups For Resource Fair

As far as the Advisory Board knows, the resource fair is the first of its kind organized at D.C General. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Never a Dull Moment on the Metro

Despite single-tracking, unexplained delays, train crowding, and ever-increasing fares, Metro has one redeeming quality: train operators can say whatever they want. [ more › ]

October Theater Guide: Not So Spooky

Caution: the October Theater Guide is full of spooky skeletons. Sadly the plays going up this month are not. [ more › ]

Gray Signs Emergency Legislation That Allows Concealed Carry Of Handguns

You'll need to get your license to carry a gun approved by MPD Chief Cathy Lanier. [ more › ]

Out and About: Weekend Picks

This weekend: Columbia Heights Days, chasing zombies, learning about roller derby, and more. [ more › ]

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