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Blog Profile / DCist

Filed Under:United States / Washington D.C.
Posts on Regator:31345
Posts / Week:92.5
Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Morning Roundup: Fall Flowers Edition

In the news: Petula Dvorak stands by her DCPS column, Bowser makes her case east of the Anacostia River, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Market

End-of-day news: Montgomery County considering ban on foam containers, report says D.C. should redevelop public housing before replacing units, and more. [ more › ]

Walk Score Launches Crime Map

They have their own "patent-pending system." [ more › ]

D.C. Takes N.C.: Local Bands Make Their Mark At The Hopscotch Music Festival

As a general rule music festivals give a pretty poor representation of a particular city’s music climate and as such, no real sense as to how that city might receive a band or group of bands. Yet, Raleigh’s Hopscotch Music Fesitval is unlike most music festivals. Show More Summary

Carol Schwartz Officially Launches Mayoral Campaign

Speaking to a small but enthused crowd in Freedom Plaza, Carol Schwartz officially launched her campaign. [ more › ]

DCPS Chancellor Says Student Piano Prodigy Wasn't Labeled A Truant

Petula Dvorak claimed DCPS labeled a piano prodigy as a truant. [ more › ]

Show Up, Stand Out Program Increases Attendance Through Wrap-Around Services

A program that connects parents of truant students with wrap-around services has seen 79 percent of participants improve attendance in one year. [ more › ]

About Tonight: September 9, 2014

Tonight: Learning how to pair wine and chocolate, sending mixed signals, and more. [ more › ]

Terry Bozzio and Gargantuan Drumkit Descend on The Hamilton

DCist interviewed drumming great Terry Bozzio in advance of his solo performance tomorrow at The Hamilton. [ more › ]

Age-Friendly Report Calls For Better Sidewalk Maintenance, Transportation Improvements

"The best policies and projects focus on improving the pedestrian environment, making public transit more accessible and usable." [ more › ]

September Theater Guide: There Will Be Blood

A month of theater featuring beheadings, break ups, and bugs. [ more › ]

Janay Rice Calls Release Of Assault Video 'A Horrible Nightmare'

"No one knows the pain that the media & unwanted options from the public has caused my family." [ more › ]

Map: Here's Where Pedestrians And Cyclists Have Been Struck This Year

At least 350 pedestrians and cyclists have been struck by primarily by drivers of vehicles. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: All Lit Up Edition

In the news: How the Relisha Rudd report misses the big picture, D.C. police officer struck by driver, and more. [ more › ]

NatureBox Helps Us Forget Our Sins

This post is a sponsored collaboration between NatureBox and Gothamist staff. Start your NatureBox membership with a free sample box! [ more › ]  

Go Home Already: Dog Face

End-of-day news: "Parks and Rec" filed in D.C., and more. [ more › ]

Mr. Smith's of Georgetown Auctioning Off All Their Stuff

Buy your favorite bar items from Mr. Smith's! It's all for sale! (Except for the singing piano). [ more › ]

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