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Archived Since:March 20, 2008

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Dig In: Maryland Gives First Approval For Hyperloop Tunnel

Elon Musk is trying to build a high-speed transportation system between D.C. and New York. [ more › ]

Dish Of The Week: The (Real) Wagyu Beef

Grab an expense account and indulge in some of the world's best beef. [ more › ]

Robert Duvall, Common, Ty Burrell Are All Joining The Washington West Film Festival

All of the ticket proceeds for this Northern Virginia festival go back to communities that need help. [ more › ]

Photos: KaBOOM!'s 3,000th Playground Opens In Congress Heights

The national organization has built about 80 playgrounds in under-resourced neighborhoods in D.C. [ more › ]

D.C.'s Democratic Socialists Chapter Has Grown By 500 Percent In A Year. Now What?

The organization has two major campaigns underway: one to elect a progressive in Manassas and another to help tenants organize. [ more › ]

Revenge Is Timeless In 4615 Theatre Company's 'Electra'

This modern take on the Greek tragedy sadly notes that bloodshed will ever beget bloodshed. [ more › ]

First Look: Drink Up The Nostalgia In Calico's Urban Backyard

The playful, new addition to Blagden Alley brings adult juice boxes and Philly style tomato pie. [ more › ]

16 Of Our Favorite Events in D.C. This Week

The pumpkin and Oktoberfest celebrations are still in full-force this week, but folks overloaded on all things seasonal need not fear. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: At Least 1,100 Displaced After Bethesda Fire

National Dems getting nervous about Virginia governor's race, and more news. [ more › ]

6 Ways To Welcome Back Stranger Things

Winter is coming, but never fear — there's plenty left to celebrate this fall season. Whether you want to snuggle up on the couch watching Stranger Things as the weather cools, or go explore the great outdoors while the days are still warm, we've rounded up a few cold weather essentials perfect for your plans. Show More Summary

Spook The Neighborhood With These Next-Level Decorations

Store-bought cobwebs, blow up ghosts, tacky lighting and corn syrup for carnage — Halloween decorations from your local Party City are so tacky (and boring). Up the ante with a $39.99 store credit to AtmosFX Digital Holiday Decorations. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Tweet Starts Wild Goose Chase For Howard Student

Wizards make franchise history with female TV analyst tonight, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

D.C. Body-Worn Camera Study's Surprising Result: They Didn't Change Use-Of-Force Rates

There was no statistical difference between a group of officers with or without cameras on use-of-force incidents, civilian complaints, and several other metrics. [ more › ]

Photos: Femme Fatale DC Brings 60 Women-Owned Businesses Under One Roof

It's a space for women to express themselves "in a very genuine and authentic" way, says creator Yasmin Radbod. [ more › ]

How To Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week

This week in food and drink invites D.C. to snack on Hawaiian fare with a Top Chef favorite, learn to make a meatball, or sip on a gin and tonic at one of the city's favorite Spanish hangouts. [ more › ]

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