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

The return of the Virginia Festival of Wines, the introduction of a lunch time happy hour with a spectacular view, and a grand celebration of pan-Asian culture at the Smithsonian means booze are are in the cards for this week in D.C. Here are our dining picks for the week. [ more › ]

Vintage Sounds Help French Indie-Pop Band Phoenix Make Jubilant Music

Phoenix comes to The Anthem with it's '70s and '80s inspired vibe on Monday. [ more › ]

Watch The Relocation Of The Oldest Structure On The Mall

The Historic Lockkeeper's House moved about 50 feet on Thursday. [ more › ]

Australian Band Atlas Genius Is On A Mission To Spread Compassion

The band comes to Sixth & I on Monday with its #63DaysOfLove social media campaign. [ more › ]

'Marshall' Sidelines The Supreme Court Justice In His Own Damn Biopic

In a movie about Thurgood Marshall, the last thing you want to see is a cloying Josh Gad character arc. [ more › ]

Person Struck By Train At L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station

Blue, Orange, and Silver Line trains were temporarily suspended as officials investigated the scene. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: And D.C. Sports Curse Continues

Plus, the Foos open the Anthem, D.C. wants to plant a 100 trees a day for six months, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Will Trump Get On The Campaign Trail For Va. Gubernatorial Candidate?

He also appointed the first non-scientist to lead NOAA, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Hardness Test Results Reveal Wider Scope Of Artificial Turf Failures

A total of seven fields failed annual tests in the spring and weren't fixed until the fall, and if officials used a more stringent standard, about half the city's artificial turf fields would fail. [ more › ]

Photos: The Wharf Officially Opens With Pomp, Circumstance, And A Steady Drizzle

"We should all be reminded of this is our waterfront, our destination, and we couldn't be more proud." [ more › ]

Jackie Chan Revenge Thriller 'The Foreigner' Tops Your Movie Picks This Week

And don't miss 35mm prints of The Hoodlum Priest, Armored Car Robbery, and Selena. [ more › ]

Photos: Inside Politics And Prose Bookstore's New Shop At The Wharf

“We're going to try really, really hard to make sure the store very is much apart of this community and this area, but our constants will never change,” said co-owner Lissa Muscatine. [ more › ]

Black Women Abstract Artists Get Their Due In 'Magnetic Fields' At the National Museum Of Women In The Arts

This is the first U.S. exhibition dedicated exclusively to the presentation of abstraction by Black women artists. [ more › ]

15 Of Our Favorite Events In D.C. This Weekend

With a Swedish film screening, free opera in the park, and a dog-friendly rooftop party, it’s another busy weekend in the District. [ more › ]

Award-Winning Local Trombonist Shannon Gunn Celebrates A New Album

She'll play album release events this weekend in Northern Virginia and the District. [ more › ]

10 Places To Find A Halloween Costume In And Around D.C.

Never fear. Or do, actually. Scary things and pressure to find the right costume are what this holiday is all about, after all. [ more › ]

Nats Owners Aren't Keeping Metro Open For Game 5

But WMATA says it could still keep the system open later if the Lerners change their mind. [ more › ]

Swastika And Other Offensive Markings Found In U-Md. Dining Hall

Police are seeking public assistant to find the person responsible for the three separate hate-bias incidents that took place in September and October. [ more › ]

A Look At Where, When, And How Gunfire Is Detected In D.C.

Nearly eight out of every ten gunfire events in D.C. go unreported to 911, but they don't go undetected. [ more › ]

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