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Morning Roundup: Afternoon Stroll Edition

In the news: Plans for Marion Barry's memorial services to be announced today, contributory negligence bill tabled, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Thanksgiving Eve

End-of-day news: Theater J cancels Middle East Festival, coyote hit by car in Arlington, and more. [ more › ]

As You Like It—If You Like It—at The Shakespeare Theatre Company

"As You Like It" serves as a great showcase for acting and scene direction, but misses the folksy magic, cheek, and comedic verve that was intended. [ more › ]

A Turkey Named 'Cheese' Lives To See Another Day, Thanks To Obama

"It is a little puzzling that I do this every year," Obama said, with a hint of existential sadness in his voice. [ more › ]

Stuff Your Ears With This Thanksgiving Playlist Before You Stuff Your Face

Happy Thanksgiving! Here's another weird playlist for you to rock out to while stuffing your face. [ more › ]

D.C. Will Celebrate Marion Barry's Life With Three Days of Memorial Events

Culminating with a memorial service at the Convention Center on December 6. [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz

This Week in Jazz: Elijah Jamal Balbed, Nasar Abadey, the Anderson Twins, Tony Martucci, and much more. [ more › ]

The DCist Guide To Thanksgiving Specials Around D.C.

Not going anywhere for Thanksgiving? Looking for plans? You've got plenty of options. [ more › ]

D.C. United Stadium Proposal Moves Forward Without Reeves Land-Swap Deal

The proposal moves forward, but with the District keeping the Reeves Center. [ more › ]

About Tonight: November 26, 2014

Celebrate Thanksgiving early with a "Stretch Your Belly" party, a variety show at The Wonderland, and more. [ more › ]

Photos: Thousands Rally In Support Of Michael Brown

  Photos from last night's Ferguson rally, which shut down traffic in downtown D.C. [ more › ]

UVA’s grand protection plan

The rape shocker at the state’s flagship public university may have exposed a campus culture of violence against vulnerable co-eds. It also exposed a different kind of culture, one in which the University of Virginia’s leadership has put defending its brand above the health and safety of young women. Read full article >>

Go Home Already: This Old Car

End-of-day news: reconsidering the Bill Cosby mural outside of Ben's Chili Bowl, Richard Cohen continues to stupefy, and more. [ more › ]

Listening Party: Two Inch Astronaut, Foulbrood

Colesville, Md. post-hardcore trio Two Inch Astronaut deliver a seething new album. [ more › ]

D.C. is driving toward the future

By Rachel Holt and David Grosso Flash forward to what we envision a major metropolis such as Washington, D.C.. to look like in 20 or so years. The population is greater and more robust, and there are more people living and working in and around the city than ever before. Show More Summary

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