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Blog Profile / DCist

Filed Under:United States / Washington D.C.
Posts on Regator:30835
Posts / Week:92.8
Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Photos: The Silver Line Opens

  "I'm not here to go anywhere today, but just to bask in the beauty of things." [ more › ]

Go Home Already: One

End-of-day news: Won't someone think of the multimillionaires who want to build garages next to their mansions, and more. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: I, Origins

"I, Origins" feels like something conceived during a late night toke session in a dorm room, while thumbing through a Philosophy 101 book. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Magic in the Moonlight

The meaningless "Magic in the Moonlight" is quintessential Woody Allen distraction. [ more › ]

Contractor Says Rats At Providence Hospital Chewed On Corpses, Hospital Says There's 'No Truth' To Claim

The woman was awarded $237,000 by a jury on July 18 in a civil case against Providence. [ more › ]

D.C. Public Library Establishes Local Punk Archive

Expect a digitized, interactive archive of D.C. punk sometime next summer. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Kids Say

"Mommy, we're not allowed to be in here. It says no animals!" [ more › ]

D.C. Arts Commission Pulls Plug On Gas Station Installation

Sorry, D.C., you won't get a sinking gas station art installation anytime this fall. [ more › ]

What To Know Before The First Silver Line Train Departs Tomorrow

When does the first train leave? How much will it cost? Will this make my life better? [ more › ]

Bardo Finally Begins Brewing One Year After Opening

After a "painful" year, Bardo's resurrection is fully underway. [ more › ]

D.C.'s First Food Boat Launches Today

Opening this afternoon near the Key Bridge. [ more › ]

Weekly Feed: Beurre Noisette Edition

We're all about brown butter-centric dishes this week. Plus: a Heavy Seas Brewery beer tasting dinner, vegan brunch at Muse, and more. [ more › ]

Poll: Local Fans Still Don't Want Washington Football Team To Change Name

Most people think Washington football team shouldn't change their name, a new poll once again declares. [ more › ]

Dear John: The Partisan

Like the rest of the establishment, The Partisan's bathroom is confident and austere, yet the handsome bells and whistles are clever form of deception. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Explore Edition

In the news: Senate spending bill supports budget autonomy, tax lien sales way down, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Step Back From That Ledge, My Friend

End-of-day news: Fred Davis turns himself in, five tickets written for pot possession since decriminalization law took effect, and more. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy: Why is My Menu Changing Edition

This week's Popcorn & Candy picks: A double bill of Hong Kong horror, the latest doc from director Jafar Panahi, and more. [ more › ]

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