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Blog Post Archive

The Smithsonian Turns To Crowdfunding, Starting With Neil Armstrong's Spacesuit

It is the beginning of a multi-project partnership with Kickstarter. [ more › ]

[Photos] U.S. Men's National Team Trounces Cuba 6-0, Advances to Gold Cup Semifinal

                                           The Cubans were underdogs to start with. Then several players defected, too. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: In Plane Sight

In the news: The flag is going up at the Cuban embassy, thousands lose power on one of D.C.'s hottest nights, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Lost And Found

End-of-day news: The end of the the millennial boom, cannabis-infused juice, and more. [ more › ]

The District's Best Specialty Shops

For those times when you need a well-stocked store and really knowledgeable employees. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Real Estate

The city's gotten expensive, with lots of new construction and fancy renovations of older buildings. And not everybody likes that. [ more › ]

Capital Fringe 2015: D.C. Trash - Recycled @ Logan

Amid stories of his life as a garbage man, musical numbers, and reminiscences from his past, Litman provides some gritty and much-needed commentary about the state of the District as he's come to find it. [ more › ]

Weekly Feed: Thai Tofu Twice Fried Edition

Unlimited BBQ, artisanal vinegars, half-priced brunch drinks, and more. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Ant-Man

This is a movie that encourages us to see the excitement and valor in little things. [ more › ]

Take A Free Self-Defense Class Courtesy of Brandi Carlile

The workshop, open to women and LGBTQ/gender nonconforming people, will take place on July 25, from 2 to 4 p.m. [ more › ]

Capital Fringe 2015: ROGER (Not His Real Name) @ Tree House Lounge

This meandering monologue/character study of conspiracy theorists is designed to keep the audience laughing. [ more › ]

Out and About: Weekend Picks

Choose from a burger bash, an ice cream party, and a beer soiree, among other things this fine weekend. [ more › ]

Capital Fringe 2015: I Thought the Earth Remembered Me

The interactive vignettes of natural homage I Thought the Earth Remembered Me will leave the participants with a sense of childlike wonder and immense peace. [ more › ]

D.C. Takes A Lot Of The World's Banh Mi and Jerk Chicken Pictures

Today in surprisingly interesting time-wasting activities: finding out the "food capitals" of the world. [ more › ]

Drawn to Flavor: BUL

Eating the stone bowl rice dishes at the Adams Morgan Korean restaurant is an interactive experience. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Concentration Edition

In the news: Dupont Underground is delayed, demand for hotel rooms is up, and more. [ more › ]

Two Security Guards Shot, One Killed In Prince George's

Police responded to the call around 1 a.m. in Capitol Heights, Md. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Crane Dance

Petworth gets a punk burger bar and other happenings from the day. [ more › ]

The D.C. Housing Market Is Definitely Still Rough For Buyers

More than one fifth of all single family homes and 5 percent of condos sold for $1 million or more in May. [ more › ]

A Party Is Planned For Museum Square Tenants In Chinatown

Jews United for Justice, Think Local First, and Andy Shallal are using the event to celebrate the longtime community and say they are sticking by their side amid battles with the building's owner. [ more › ]

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