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Morning Roundup: Rise and Shine Edition

In the news: D.C. on pace to have worst year for homelessness, cracked Metro rails in full effect due to weather, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Melting

End-of-day news: Bikeshare users could face rate hike, Senator re-introduces statehood bill, and more. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy 2: Electric Boogaloo Edition

This weekend's film picks include a screening of "Breakin' 2: Electric Boogaloo," Xavier Dolan's "Mommy," and more. [ more › ]

Rabbi Accused of Voyeurism Won't Leave Synagogue-Owned Home

He's due in court for his criminal allegations on February 19. [ more › ]

A neighborhood of jaywalkers

When I moved to East-West Highway in southern Silver Spring last fall, I quickly noticed one thing: People cross the street without using crosswalks all the time. Even as the surrounding area becomes more urban and walkable, this street remains a relic of its industrial, car-oriented past.Read full article >>

Slouching Towards Washington: Forum's Podcast-Play Walking the City of Silence and Stone

Forum's play/podcast/walking tour may be one of the most unique and thrilling theater experiences you can encounter in Washington. [ more › ]

About Tonight: January 29, 2015

Your plans for tonight include Ian Svenonius' experimental solo project, an art opening at Artisphere, and more. [ more › ]

REI To Open Flagship Store At NoMa's Uline Building

REI unveiled their vision for a new flagship store in NoMa last night, and with it, a chance for community involvement. [ more › ]

Your Obligatory Metro Weekend Track Work Post: January 30-February 1

Good news! Only two Metro lines will be experiencing scheduled track work this weekend. [ more › ]

Here Are Your Official Ward 4 and Ward 8 Council Candidates

The special election to fill Marion Barry's and Muriel Bowser's Council Seats is on April 28. It's going to be a crowded election. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Tunnel Vision Edition

In the news: A history of women in D.C. politics, new attorney general will report for jury duty, and more. [ more › ]

Under Bowser, top D.C. officials continue to pull in big salaries

When it comes to D.C. politics, it pays to be close to the mayor, make no mistake about it. New salary data released Wednesday shows that top aides to Mayor Muriel E. Bowser (D) are pulling in hefty salaries, some of them rivaling the $200,000 yearly mayoral salary, much as close advisers to former mayor […]

Go Home Already: Light Tunnel

End-of-day news: D.C. is a transient city (duh), report says, Park View's Mothership to close, and more. [ more › ]

Anti-Nuclear Arms Protestors To Deploy 48-Foot Inflatable Missile Behind White House

To protest the U.S.'s recent $1 trillion, 30-year investment in nuclear weapons. [ more › ]

Gaming, Sonic Orgies, and Secret Ramen: 48(ish) Hours At MAGfest

In which the author spends a weekend at MAGfest and chronicles his experiences. [ more › ]

Tiny Houses, Gentrification Talks Part Of MLK Library's Black History Month Programs

As part of a month-long Black History Month celebration the library will host a series of events, including a gentrification panel. [ more › ]

Capital Cheapskate: What It Costs to Eat Out in D.C.

Welcome to Capital Cheapskate, a new column that explores dining on a budget in the District. [ more › ]

Let's Place Bets On The Crowdsourced Washington Football Team Movie

How likely are the makers of the planned Dan Snyder-centered documentary to interview the man himself? [ more › ]

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