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Out and About: Weekend Picks

This weekend: A #YesAllWomen performance, 90-cent drinks, a pop-up arcade, and more. [ more › ]

The Weekly Feed: Not Your Average Pork Steak Edition

We're eating pork steaks. Plus: Rare glasses of champagne, Cuba Libres, gelato, and more. [ more › ]

Is McAuliffe crying wolf on the economy?

Just how bad is the Virginia economy, really?Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), who released a rather modest state budget proposal just a few days ago, has said that the state’s economic picture is bleak because of government spending cuts, including at the Department of Defense, the state’s largest employer.Read full article >>

And A Hoppy New Year: A Guide To Holiday Beers

From the local Flying Dog Holiday Collection to the Northern Ommegang Gnomegang. [ more › ]

Capital Gifts 2014: For The Theater Nerd

Including improv classes, tickets and items from local gift shops. [ more › ]

Tommy Wells to be named director of D.C. Environment Department

Mayor-elect Muriel E. Bowser is set to tap a familiar face to run her Department of the Environment, picking D.C. Council colleague and former mayoral campaign rival Tommy Wells as her first agency director appointment, according to people familiar with the decision. Wells, 57, is relinquishing the Ward 6 seat on Jan. 2 after eight […]

Morning Roundup: No Hands Edition

In the news: Court sides with homeless families in rec center dispute; ANC race decided by tote bag drawing; and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Freedom

End-of-day news: FCC dismisses petition against Dan Snyder-owned radio station, streetcar might run in time for New Year's Eve (lol no), and more. [ more › ]

Security Report: White House Needs Better, Taller Fences

In addition, the report concluded that the Secret Service needs new leadership and additional resources. [ more › ]

Graffiato Will Still Give Hip-Hop Dinner, Continue To Work On 'Thug Rice' Menu

Some found dishes like "Blood Money Sausage" and "Coke Floats" objectionable. [ more › ]

D.C. coalition emerges to oppose Exelon-Pepco merger

As District regulators start probing the Pepco-Exelon deal, a coalition of environmental, political and consumer activist groups is raising concerns about the proposed $6.8 billion merger that would swallow D.C.’s homegrown electric utility. Show More Summary

D.C. Now Enforcing 'Ban The Box' Legislation

The Office of Human Rights is doing outreach to help returning citizens understand the new law. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy: We Can't Let Them Win Edition

Just because Sony cancelled "The Interview," doesn't mean you shouldn't still go to the movies. [ more › ]

Watch: Deleted Scenes Remix Tereu Tereu For Benefit Compilation

Local musicians remix each other to benefit local organization HIPS (Helping Individual Prostitutes Survive). [ more › ]

Where to Dine Out for Christmas (And Christmas Eve)

It's the most wonderful time of the year, apparently. Here's where to get top-notch Christmas dinners if you and yours don't feel like cooking. [ more › ]

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