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Overheard in D.C.: The Big City

One of the good things about other people visiting our fair city is that they get exposed to some new things. [ more › ]

Next Up In The March Of The Protest Marches: Science

"To say that the march is political is really important. It's a chance for scientists and people who appreciate science to realize that politics explicitly affects what scientists are able to research and how science affects policy." [ more › ]

The Laughs Fly As Fast As The Bullets In 'Free Fire'

But the staging and action geography leave a lot to be desired, making this feel like a hilarious play persistently interrupted by a middling crime thriller. [ more › ]

Sessions takes step toward enforcing threat to strip funding from ‘sanctuary cities’

The Attorney General demanded proof from nine jurisdictions that they are complying with a law on sharing information with ICE.

Indie Vampire Film Marks Homecoming For Local Producer

Potomac-born producer Susan Leber returns to her microbudget roots after a series of high-profile indies. [ more › ]

H Street Corridor Chick-fil-A Gets May Opening Date

And details on how to win a free meal from the chicken purveyor each week for a year. [ more › ]

Bill Nye on the March for Science: 'There's been a movement to set science aside.'

Bill Nye, “The Science Guy,” serves as the honorary co-chairman for the March for Science taking place on April 22 on the National Mall and will also be speaking at the rally.

Former prisoner: 'To receive clemency is a blessing.'

Norman Brown, of Hyattsville, Md., was granted clemency by former President Barack Obama in July 2015. In 1993 at age 22, Brown was sentenced to life in prison for cocaine distribution.

Driver Fatally Stikes New York Man Near U Street Corridor

The man was hit early yesterday morning and died from his injuries today. [ more › ]

Adams Morgan's New Sweet Science Coffee Is An Old World Establishment At Heart

As much as she tried to stay away, owner Sandra Wolter was drawn to all things coffee: the aromas, the flavors, the culture, the history. From that love, she finally opened her subterranean paean to coffee, Sweet Science. [ more › ]

Large group of dolphins seen in Chesapeake Bay

Pods of dolphin aren't uncommon in the waterway, appearing even as far in the bay as the Severn River.

New York man dies after being hit by car in Northwest D.C.

The driver was pulling away from the curb “when he realized he struck something,” police said.

'Fun Home' Brings Alison Bechdel's Comic To Raw And Raucous Life

See what the fuss is about with this surprisingly relatable musical. [ more › ]

Burning for you

It’s an annual rite of passage that each trip to the beach ends in front of the same mirror inspecting the same damage from the most recent conflagration.

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