With Michael A. Brown’s bribery plea returning attention to the ongoing federal corruption probes, the big question is: Who’s next? D.C. Council member Vincent B. Orange (D-At Large) has not been named in court papers as being connected to the activity thus … Continue reading ?
He even has a friend who does yoga! [ more › ]
The D.C. area is bracing for a line of severe weather today. Flights are canceled and the city remains under a thunderstorm watch, but is expected to avoid the worst. [ more › ]
In the news: Orange's campaign records subpoenaed, cyclist beaten on MBT says attackers had no motive, and more. [ more › ]
Federal investigators appear to have opened a new front in their probe of campaign finance matters in the District. Two persons familiar with the matter who spoke on the condition of anonymity due to its sensitivity said prosecutors have issued subpoenas … Continue reading ?
A Fairfax County student was sentenced to three days in a juvenile detention center for producing sexually explicit cellphone videos of drunken sex acts with other teens without their consent. [Post] A man was killed in a shooting in NE D.C. Show More Summary
Whether it was last night's power outage that ignited a spark in the band or they've simply perfected their chemistry, Animal Collective's streamlined set was the most consistently electric performance they've given D.C. in years. [ more › ]
Hey, check this out: Semi-local indie pop group Lemuria have a preview of their new album, The Distance Is So Big, streaming over at NPR Music. [ more › ]
This Week in Jazz: The DC Jazz Festival continues, Buster Williams, Rochelle Rice, Gary Jenkins + much more. [ more › ]
In light of the brutal beating of a biker on the Metropolitan Branch Trail yesterday, the Washington Area Bicyclist Association and others will hold a safety walk Friday. [ more › ]
This year's annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity is tomorrow and, although the Democrats have pretty much dominated in recent years, the GOP thinks this might be their year, the National Journal reports. [ more › ]
The newest is on the 1400 block of F Street NE, in front of Devon and John Steven's home. [ more › ]
D.C. Council member Jack Evans on Saturday became the second candidate to officially enter the 2014 mayoral race. Ahead of his formal announcement, Evans (D-Ward 2) sat for an hour-long interview in his Wilson Building office on why he’s running. … Continue reading ?
Danish punks Lower are on their first tour of the USA, and they are stopping in D.C. tonight with Iceage. Check out their track "Another Life." [ more › ]
Here's a Vine released by the White House showing Cookie Monster creeping around the president's residence today. [ more › ]
As I wrote a couple months ago, two of the massive Cooke’s Row houses on Q St. just west of 30th are for sale. That includes the home at 3023 Q St. that was the residence of Henry Cooke himself, the first governor of D.C. Read full article >>
Though the Washington Post's paywall launched today, the paper is still exploring other options to increase revenue. Options like, say, letting organizations pay to respond to an editorial they may take issue with. [ more › ]
Washington, D.C. is a tourism mecca, from its free museums to its vast collection of monuments and memorials. Here are the places tourists and locals alike should visit. [ more › ]
Despite allegations of its socially questionable schtick, the Fojol Bros. of Merlinda continue to remain one of the top food trucks in the country. [ more › ]
Tonight: DC Bike Party leads an undercover bike ride, Mortified DC presents real teenage diary entries, NoMa and Dumbarton House offer outdoor movies, and there's more. [ more › ]