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Photos: Inside Politics And Prose Bookstore's New Shop At The Wharf

“We're going to try really, really hard to make sure the store very is much apart of this community and this area, but our constants will never change,” said co-owner Lissa Muscatine. [ more › ]

Black Women Abstract Artists Get Their Due In 'Magnetic Fields' At the National Museum Of Women In The Arts

This is the first U.S. exhibition dedicated exclusively to the presentation of abstraction by Black women artists. [ more › ]

15 Of Our Favorite Events In D.C. This Weekend

With a Swedish film screening, free opera in the park, and a dog-friendly rooftop party, it’s another busy weekend in the District. [ more › ]

Award-Winning Local Trombonist Shannon Gunn Celebrates A New Album

She'll play album release events this weekend in Northern Virginia and the District. [ more › ]

10 Places To Find A Halloween Costume In And Around D.C.

Never fear. Or do, actually. Scary things and pressure to find the right costume are what this holiday is all about, after all. [ more › ]

Nats Owners Aren't Keeping Metro Open For Game 5

But WMATA says it could still keep the system open later if the Lerners change their mind. [ more › ]

Swastika And Other Offensive Markings Found In U-Md. Dining Hall

Police are seeking public assistant to find the person responsible for the three separate hate-bias incidents that took place in September and October. [ more › ]

A Look At Where, When, And How Gunfire Is Detected In D.C.

Nearly eight out of every ten gunfire events in D.C. go unreported to 911, but they don't go undetected. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Prepare For Major Traffic In Parts Of D.C. This Evening

Teen publicly apologizes for hanging a noose outside of a Md. middle school, Erik Bruner-Yang launches a "culturally relevant" podcast, and more news. [ more › ]

Go From Social Media Novice To Ninja For Under $35

You're probably familiar with her remarks about body parties, but Ciara's also dropped some serious knowledge about online marketing: "You can either allow social media to be helpful for you or it can be harmful," the singer told Time Magazine in a 2015 interview. "I like to let it be helpful." [ more › ]

Go Home Already: App Connects Curly-Haired Girls To D.C. Stylists

D.C. homeowners see a spike in stink bugs, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Many Of The Wharf's Buzziest Restaurants Aren't Ready For The Grand Opening

The $2 billion development is scheduled to debut tomorrow, but its marquee restaurants are lagging behind. [ more › ]

As People Stop Carrying Cash, The Street Sense Newspaper Pioneers Digital Payments

The hope is that it will catch on with similar papers around the world, which have seen declines in sales as people increasingly go cashless. [ more › ]

Police Say A Dog Named Heaven Was Stolen At Gunpoint In Southeast

They are now searching for the person who took one-month-old Heaven. [ more › ]

Dispatches From A Curling Class

Turns out that curlers and hockey players have a bit of a Capulets and Montagues thing going on. [ more › ]

At The Phillips Collection, 'Renoir And Friends' Puts A Masterpiece Into Context

The new exhibition sheds new light on a work that has been part of the area's art landscape for nearly a century. [ more › ]

Kennedy Center Scraps 'Profiles In Creativity' With Harvey Weinstein

The Hollywood mega producer has been accused of serial sexual abuse. [ more › ]

This Week In Jazz, NEA Jazz Master Lee Konitz Celebrates His 90th Birthday

Also, local album releases from Tedd Baker & Shannon Gunn, BCJO at MilkBoy ArtHouse, and plenty of international music options. [ more › ]

Jefferson Memorial Enlists Lasers In Epic Fight Against Grime

After a successful pilot program, it's 1,000 square feet down, and 9,682 to go. [ more › ]

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