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A Wish List for the D.C. Food Scene in 2015

In which our staff outlines what they'd like to see the D.C. dining scene do in 2015. Take notice, restaurateurs. [ more › ]

Metro Experiencing Delays After Electrical 'Arcing' At Ballston Station

WMATA says the incident has been resolved, but delays continue. [ more › ]

Young parents still more likely to leave D.C., tax data shows

For decades, the life cycle of the young, middle-class D.C. resident has gone something like this: Move to the District, get a good job, meet a nice boy or girl, get married, have a kid and — faced with mediocre public schools or the prospect of tens of thousands of dollars in yearly private school […]

The Passenger 'Pop-Up' To Open For One Night On February 8

The first in a planned series of "Passenger in Exile" parties. [ more › ]

Washington Football Team Name-Change Advocates Resort To Robocalling

Coming this off-season: Robocalls asking you to support changing the team's name. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Whole World In My Hands Edition

In the news: How an FBI agent stole heroin and sabotaged cases, four shot in Southeast D.C., and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: That Sunset Though

End-of-day news: Report on Monday's Metro incident could be coming soon, Capital Fringe's new home readies first production, and more. [ more › ]

Popcorn & Candy: Best Actress Edition

Your weekly indie, arthouse, and foreign film picks include, "Force Majeure," a pair of Oscar-nominated actresses, and more. [ more › ]

The 11 Best Indoor Activities In The D.C. Area

Because no one wants to go outside until April, here are our favorite indoor activities to do in the D.C. area. [ more › ]

Federal money keeps pouring in to Virginia

It was curious that Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), while emphasizing that the commonwealth needs to wean itself from the sweet milk of federal spending, pushed a very interesting government project in the piney woods of Nottoway and three other counties.Read full article >>

Wizards To Hold Panel For High Schoolers In Honor Of MLK Day

"Designed to allow aspiring young men of color to listen and discuss their dreams and aspirations with local professionals from various backgrounds." [ more › ]

DCist Interview: The Jazz and Freedom Festival's Shannon Gunn

DCist interviewed trombonist, bandleader and music educator Shannon Gunn, the driving force behind this weekend's Jazz and Freedom Festival. [ more › ]

Page and Perspective: The Struggle is Real for the 'Creative Class'

Is the creative class doomed? Scott Timberg will discuss his new book "Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Class" on Saturday. [ more › ]

The Good Part: The Sonatas and Partitas of Bach @ The Strathmore

Did you know the difference between sonatas and partitas? Neither did we, before this column! [ more › ]

Teen Killed, Juvenile Injured In Southeast Shooting

Police are searching for a suspect and asking for the public's help in locating him. [ more › ]

About Tonight: January 15, 2015

Your plans for this evening: Art Soiree's Living Room Live concert series, the opening of a new whiskey bar, and more. [ more › ]

City Releases Timeline Of Monday's Metro Incident

Which confirms reports of a long response time and communication problems with D.C. Fire and EMS's radios. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: The Club Is Open Edition

In the news: Timeline confirms Metro passenger's account of Monday's incident, D.C. Ferguson rally happening this morning, and more. [ more › ]

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