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Capital Fringe 2016: A Breakup Is Swift

The show is comprised of a real breakup conversation between a couple that dated for "three intense weeks." [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Thank FEMS Edition

In the news: A dog dies in a Northeast house fire, cases of Legionnaires' disease at Maryland beach, and more. [ more › ]

About Tonight: July 18, 2016

Taffety Punk's Bootleg Shakespeare returns for a tenth year, and more. [ more › ]

Obama Condemns Killing Of Three Baton Rouge Police Officers: "Attacks On Public Servants... Have To Stop"

Three police officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana were fatally shot and three other officers were injured when responding to a call about a "suspicious person walking down Airline Highway with an assault rifle." One suspect was shot dead while two others are believed to be at large. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Hands Up

A map shows how much D.C.'s nightlife has grown, and more. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: A Lot Of Pokemon Talk

Pokemon is seemingly everywhere now. And it's a topic of conversation. [ more › ]

Out and About: Weekend Picks

A comedic set about puberty, a performance by openly autistic people, and more. [ more › ]

Sorting Through The Fringe: This Weekend's Performances

Don't want to wade through the long list of Capital Fringe options? Here are our recommended music, comedy, theater, and dance performances for the next few days. [ more › ]

D.C. Lawyer Squatting On Clinton Website Domains With 'Hillary Potter' Cartoons reads "Hillary Potter and the Boredom of the Phoenix." [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Our Little Sister

The plot has a lot of potential for melodrama, but director Hirozaku Kore-eda plays it with his usual calm. [ more › ]

FTA: 34 Problem Areas From Metro's First Two Surges Still Need Verification

Throughout the entire Metrorail system, the FTA found that 507 out of 894 defects are still open. [ more › ]

Capital Fringe 2016: The Real World: Kabul

A play set in Afghanistan should be more nuanced and intellectually stimulating than this one is. [ more › ]

Columbia Room's Punch Garden Offers Peak Summer Refreshment

The heat index is what? You need a thirst-quenching cocktail, stat. [ more › ]

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