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Out of Frame: Keanu

On the surface, Keanu threatens to be a comedy sketch padded out to feature length, but along the way the movie asks interesting questions about cultural expectations. [ more › ]

Photos: Raise/Raze Is About To Bring A Lot Of Cameras To Dupont Underground

The Minecraft-meets-Lego art installation opens, but tickets are already sold out. [ more › ]

The 7 Best Places In D.C. To Buy Plants

There's not a ton of places to pick up new plants in the District, but the ones we do have are more than enough to get going. [ more › ]

Here’s what Maryland is doing to prevent Zika virus

Hogan announced spending an additional $250,000 on an awareness and prevention program, bringing the total to about $700,000.

GOP House passes D.C. private schools voucher program. Again.

Local D.C. leaders have long been against the voucher program. But federal funding for the local school system is tied to the legislation.

People are freaking out about 'Mercury in retrograde.' This is what's really going on.

According to astrologists, Mercury retrograde negatively affects many aspects of our lives — but it's just an illusion.

PM Update: A cloud-filled weekend with rain threats intermixed

If you're hoping for the sun to return, this forecast won't make you too excited.

Barley Mac in Rosslyn focuses on bourbon and late-night snacks

The restaurant, which officially opens tonight, has nearly 100 whiskeys and a menu focusing on classic and creative cocktails.

Mercury is in retrograde. Here's what that means.

Many people blame Mercury in retrograde when they are having an off day. Here’s how this astronomical event happens.

Fun and chaos would follow a Kaine VP pick

arring a disaster, Hillary Clinton will be the Democratic nominee for president this fall. And so media attention is turning to a favorite pundit pastime: predicting who will end up on the ticket as the vice presidential candidate. (This kind of thinking will only be further fueled by Ted Cruz’s bold — desperate? — attempt […]

Did Gov. McAuliffe say the state criminal justice system is racist?

Did Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe just send a sobering message about the commonwealth’s criminal justice system? Logical deduction says he did. The justification given for McAuliffe’s blanket restoration of civil rights for felons is...Show More Summary

C.J. Returns: Allison Janney Reprises Her 'West Wing' Character At The White House

Almost exactly a decade since West Wing aired its last episode, actress Allison Janney showed up at a real-life White House press briefing as press secretary C.J. Cregg. [ more › ]

40+ Bands Are On The Bill For The Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival

It's a chance for local acts to get their songs in front of a sizable crowd. [ more › ]

In Hkeelee at Arena Stage, A Grandmother's Memories Come Alive

Leila Buck recorded her Teta's stories before Alzheimer's claimed them, and brings them to life in a series of performances this weekend only. [ more › ]

After Nearly Two Weeks Of Flames, The Rocky Mount Fire Is 90 Percent Contained

About 209 workers are currently focusing efforts "on hazard reduction and suppression repair." [ more › ]

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