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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

Blog Post Archive

Safetrack Shuts Down Vienna and Dunn Loring Stations Again This Weekend

And passengers will experience delays throughout the entire Metrorail system. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: The Old Post Office Makes Many Campaign Trail Appearances

Donald Trump's marketing campaign, plus how the Nats are getting ready to celebrate, the cooking descendants of four D.C. chefs, and more in the news. [ more › ]

3 Weeks Left: Will & Jane: Shakespeare, Austen, And The Cult Of Celebrity At The Folger

Literary superstars Jane Austen and Will Shakespeare meet the origins of modern celebrity in Folger Shakespeare Library’s Will & Jane: Shakespeare, Austen, and the Cult of Celebrity. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Adele Got A Private Tour Of The National Zoo

J. Crew launches activewear line in Georgetown, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

D.C. Council Passes First Vote For Juvenile Justice Reform Bill

It includes banning solitary confinement for youth inmates. [ more › ]

'Angels in America Part II: Perestroika' Is Messy and Moving

Things get mystical in this flawlessly acted, emotionally affecting production. [ more › ]

Two D.C. Publicists Launch District MotherHUED, A New Group For Millennial Moms Of Color

The idea is to offer up an environment for fellow moms "who need a break." [ more › ]

D.C.’s New Arena Football League Team Introduces Itself With Open Tryouts At The Verizon Center

More than 300 people came out in the hopes of playing pro arena football (think all the action of a NFL game concentrated down to the size of a hockey rink). [ more › ]

Bruno Mars Will Perform At The New MGM National Harbor

The concert is December 27, and tickets go on sale Friday. [ more › ]

Photos: Rain Doesn't Stop The All Things Go Fall Classic

Images and DCist's take on one of the District's growing festivals. [ more › ]

13 Of Our Favorite Events In D.C. This Week

Horror films, horror stories... it must be October or something. Also, a scattered outdoor jazz performance, Patti Smith, pop art, and more things to do with the rest of this week. [ more › ]

Today Is The Last Day For Online Voter Registration In D.C.

But District residents can also sign up to vote at the polls. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Here Are Five Ways To Transform Your D.C. Neighborhood

Lena Dunham is campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Arlington tonight, and more news. [ more › ]

Howl At The Moon At Night Of The Living Zoo

It's time to dust off your black cat ears and slink into the night: tickets are on sale now for the Smithsonian’s National Zoo’s frighteningly fun adults-only Halloween event, Night of the Living Zoo. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Was Bad Saint Snubbed By Michelin?

Tom Sietsema sure thinks so, plus other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Smart Kids

Our weekly eavesdropping session. [ more › ]

At The Capital Area Food Bank, Produce Is Paramount

As the food bank stops accepting unhealthy foods, it is renewing a commitment to growing demand for fresh fruits and vegetables. [ more › ]

D.C.'s Best Chicken Wings, Part II

Buckle up and don't forget to bring some napkins. Those fingers of yours are about to get saucy. [ more › ]

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