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Meet an at-large D.C. Council candidate: Eric J. Jones

Voters will elect two at-large D.C. Council members on Nov. 4, and 15 candidates are vying for the two spots. These are their stories, edited for length and clarity. Name: Eric J. Jones Party: Independent Age: 34 Neighborhood: Truxton Circle Education: B.A., Morehouse College; M.S., New England College of Business and Finance Family: married Occupation: […]

Popcorn & Candy: Black Dog of Latvia Edition

This week's Popcorn & Candy picks include some classic noir, William Castle films, and more. [ more › ]

New D.C. mayor poll: Bowser over Catania by 12 points

A new poll finds Democrat Muriel E. Bowser with a double-digit lead over independent David A. Catania with 15 days left in the D.C. mayoral race. Bowser carried 45 percent support among likely D.C. voters, with Catania holding 33 percent support and fellow independent Carol Schwartz with 12 percent. Only 7 percent said they were […]

The death of Prince McLeod Rams: Where do Prince William prosecutors turn now?

The stunning revelation Friday that the chief Virginia medical examiner could not determine a cause of death for the 15-month-old victim in a capital murder case, combined with earlier developments in the case, may make it extremely difficult for Prince William County prosecutors to obtain the death penalty for Joaquin S. Rams, who they have long […]

Preview: Zengo's 'Los Cabos' Menu Offers A Tropical Escape

  Zengo will donate 10 percent of the proceeds from the special menu to the Los Cabos Children's Foundation. [ more › ]

Meet an at-large D.C. Council candidate: Michael D. Brown

Voters will elect two at-large D.C. Council members on Nov. 4, and 15 candidates are vying for the two spots. These are their stories, edited for length and clarity. Name: Michael D. Brown Party: Independent Age: 61 Neighborhood: American University Park Education: B.A., M.A. (public policy), University of Maryland Family: Married, with two daughters, 21 […]

Map: Here's How Metro Will Operate During Veterans Day

Things will be different to accommodate the Concert for Valor. Study up! [ more › ]

Here’s a picture of Cathy Lanier feeding cake to an adorable bloodhound

That’s Sam the Bloodhound. He turns 3 on Saturday. While we’re at it, here’s one of Sam and the chief playing a little chess:

Classic Cocktailist: Corpses, Zombies And Witches

Frighteningly strong and intimidatingly named classic drinks to try in D.C. [ more › ]

Report: D.C.'s Energy Efficiency Continues To Grow

Thanks to factors like transportation policies, building energy codes, government-led energy initiatives, and more. [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz

This Week in Jazz: Louis Hayes, Tarus Mateen, Alison Crockett, The Bad Plus and much more. [ more › ]

The Community Partnership Will Continue To Run D.C. General, City's Homeless Programs

There will be no hearing before the contracts are passively approved Saturday. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Art Lives Here

End-of-day news: Georgetown Rabbi arrested and charged for voyeurism, person shot outside of SE middle school, and more. [ more › ]

Page and Perspective: Jewish Literary Festival Explores 'Family, Love, Identity' Oct. 19 - 29

We took a look at the highlights of the Jewish Literary Festival, which runs at the D.C. JCC and other venues until October 29. [ more › ]

Celebrate 'National Fossil Day' At Museum of Natural History Tomorrow

Even though the National Fossil Hall is closed for renovations. [ more › ]

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