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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

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Weekly Music Agenda

A veritable cornucopia of dance parties and punk celebrations. [ more › ]

Kendrick Lamar Will Perform With The National Symphony Orchestra

Hip hop artist Kendrick Lamar will perform hits from his latest album To Pimp A Butterfly with the National Symphony Orchestra. [ more › ]

Nationals Suspend Jonathan Papelbon For Choking Bryce Harper

The Nationals announced today that they've suspended the team's most hated player. [ more › ]

Inside A Horrifically Botched Rape Investigation In Prince William County

"My rape was awful. But the way the police handled it was even worse." [ more › ]

About Tonight: September 28, 2015

Swedish pop music, the tricks of stage fighting, and more. [ more › ]

Click Click: Landmark Music Festival

                                                         It was conceived to help enable $750 million worth of long-delayed repairs and upgrades for the nation's flagship public space. [ more › ]

Scouting a Home in D.C.? Get Educated, Not Scammed

The Office of the Attorney General is hosting a forum at 6:30 p.m. tonight on potential house buying pitfalls. [ more › ]

D.C. Housing Authority Flipping Houses For Good?

While most people associate the D.C. Housing Authority with managing properties for low-income renters, they’ve recently crossed over to the house-flipping business. [ more › ]

Orange, Silver Line Trains Skipping Stadium Armory During Rush Hour Starting Tuesday

All of the restrictions are slated to remain in effect for at least six months. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Fading View Edition

In the news: Fig & Olive's food poisoning spreads to LA, chair of the Metro board is slapped with an ethics complaint, and more. [ more › ]

National Disgrace: Jonathan Papelbon Attacks Bryce Harper In Dugout

The nadir of the Nationals' disappointing 2015 season was supposed to be yesterday, after officially being eliminated from the playoffs (thanks a lot, New York Mets). But relief pitcher Jonathan Papelbon made today's game against the Phillies memorable for all the wrong reasons when he charged outfielder Bryce Harper during a heated dugout argument: [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The View

End-of-day news: A second patron files a lawsuit against Fig & Olive, and more. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: The Pope

The Pope was here! And people were excited in various ways. [ more › ]

Eleanor Holmes Norton Demands More Respect For Rock Creek Park

Ahead of the park's 125th birthday, she wants to rename it Rock Creek National Park. Meanwhile, the National Park Service has events planned all weekend for the anniversary. [ more › ]

New 24/7 Homeless Shelter Opens In Arlington Despite Condo Owners' Protests

Next week, Arlington is getting a new one-stop homeless shelter that will be open 24/7—the only shelter of its kind in the region. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Queen of Earth

Thoroughly unpleasant, but it’s one of the best dramas of the year [ more › ]

The Pope Might Be The Reason John Boehner Is Resigning

Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said that he thought the Republican leader "reached a feeling of peace about his own time in public life." [ more › ]

The Weekly Feed: Put An Egg On It Edition

The magic of a fried egg lies in the runny yolk, which functions as another delicious condiment on a burger. [ more › ]

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