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This Week in Jazz

This Week in Jazz: Rochelle Rice, Rene Marie, Kenneth Whalum, Anthony Pirog, Mark Meadows, and much more. [ more › ]

Gray Vetoes Bill That Provides Meals For Low-Income Students On Winter Days Over Safety, Funding Concerns

"Asking parents to send their children into a storm that the government has declared dangerous is reckless." [ more › ]

Busboys and Poets Coming To Anacostia With Culinary Training, 20-Year Lease

"Our intention is not to push people out, but to bring people in and bring out the community." [ more › ]

Heads Up: Residual Metro Delays On Three Lines Due To Cracked Rail

"Ugh" - Blue, Orange, and Silver Line riders this morning, collectively. [ more › ]

About Tonight: November 19, 2014

Tonight: Editing Wikipedia's D.C. neighborhood pages, Thanksgiving trivia, and more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Roots Edition

In the news: Council votes to overhaul civil asset forfeiture program, alcohol prices to increase in Virginia, and more. [ more › ]

With New Coalition, David Grosso Wants To Strengthen D.C.'s Creative Arts Community

ArtsAction D.C. aims to be a "collective voice to advocate for funding of arts in the District." [ more › ]

BREAKING: Cat Cafe Coming To D.C.

It will be called Crumbs and Whiskers. [ more › ]

About Tonight: November 18, 2014

Tonight: What's next for pot in D.C., National Press Club book fair, and more. [ more › ]

Post: Gray Rejected Plea Deal, Indictment May Be Coming Soon

The plea deal asked for him to admit to one felony count. [ more › ]

9 Gifts To Get You (And Your Host) Through The Holidays

This post is a sponsored collaboration between and Gothamist staff. Spend $100, get $15 off at mouth using code Gotham15. Now through the end of the year. [ more › ]

WETA Documentary Special Explores Washington In The '80s

WETA's "Washington in the '80s" isn't your typical documentary about one of D.C.'s most vibrant—and turbulent—decades. [ more › ]

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