Blog Profile / DCist

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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

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[Video] Behind The Scenes With Snarkitecture And The Beach

More than 110,000 people have visited the National Building Museum attraction so far. [ more › ]

[Video] When Stevie Wonder Performed a Free 'Pop-Up' Concert In D.C.

The hour-long concert featured hit songs and Wonder talking about social issues. [ more › ]

How Bad D.C. Flooding Will Get, In Terms of 'Ice Ice Baby'

By 2045, the Washington area is expected to lead the East Coast in the number of tidal floods each year. Enter Vanilla Ice? [ more › ]

Local 'Batman' Known For Visiting Children In Area Hospitals Has Died

The Route 29 Batman brought joy to sick children throughout the D.C. area and beyond. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Free Love Edition

In the news: MPD adding officers and gear to address recent crime surge, Trump talks D.C. statehood, and more. [ more › ]

DC Home Buying For Regular People, Week 3: You Don't Have To Have $1 Million In Cash

It seems like a far-off dream, buying your own space in DC—somewhere out there with misty visions of backyard treehouses, vacations to Venice, and your hypothetical kids in tire swings. But here's the thing: it doesn't have to be that way. Show More Summary

Go Home Already: Light And Color

In the news: D.C.'s most expensive one-bedroom is kind of meh, and more. [ more › ]

DCist Becomes #BFFs With Prolific Performance Artist Brian Feldman

The creator of Dishwasher, txt, and #BFFDC is one of the city's most unusual, and busiest, artists. #butt [ more › ]

Out of Frame: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.

It doesn't have much of a movie to hang its music and fashions on. [ more › ]

Out and About: Weekend Picks

Catch one of the few remaining jazz in the garden performances, enjoy a Beer-B-Q, or check out the annual synchronized swimming competition. [ more › ]

Part Of O Street Re-Opens After 38 Years A 'Green Street'

The section of the road has technology to capture thousands of gallons of untreated stormwater. [ more › ]

The Weekly Feed: Summer Camp Edition

Have s'more, with or without a campfire. Also try lambrusco or volunteering for Snallygaster. [ more › ]

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