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The Best Happy Hours Where You Don't Have to Drink Your Dinner

Happy hour is great. But happy hour with choice food options is even better. [ more › ]

Frigid Temperatures, Snow Cause Bad Leaks For Some Historic Buildings

Both The Georgetown Neighborhood Library and part of the Ford's Theatre National Historic Site are closed due to weather-related leaks. [ more › ]

Kingman Island Festival Kicks Off Months Early At Gypsy Sally's

Gypsy Sally's hosts a launch party this weekend for the biggest local folk, bluegrass and Americana festival. [ more › ]

(The Rest Of) February Theater Guide: Baby It's Cold Outside

A short, cold month with a lot of plays still left to see. Here are our top picks to see before they're gone/you freeze to death. [ more › ]

About Tonight: February 18, 2015

Plans for tonight: A fondue-making class, a music and comedy showcase, and more. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Air Bud Edition

In the news: Authorities investigating manhole explosion in downtown D.C., more criticism for Bowser over Franklin School project, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Moguls

End-of-day news: City delayed snow response to give motorists a chance to move cars, and more. [ more › ]

Department of Health Confirms Second Case of Measles In D.C.

Officials don't believe it's connected to the California outbreak. [ more › ]

Twenty Years of Freedom: A South African Musical Celebration @ Lisner Auditorium

Hugh Masekela and Vusi Mahlasela, two South African musical luminaries, bring peace and a party to D.C. this weekend [ more › ]

Sorry Kids, You Can't Go Sledding On Capitol Grounds

Sledding on U.S. Capitol Grounds is prohibited, unless you have a waiver from Congress. [ more › ]

Video: Michelle Obama Has Healthy Food Fun With Billy Eichner And Big Bird

Have you ever wanted to see Billy Eichner scream at Michelle Obama? [ more › ]

National Cathedral To Complete First Phase of Earthquake Restoration Tomorrow

Phase II of the restoration will take more than a decade, however. [ more › ]

Hiding the details of lethal injection

It has to be one of the creepiest bills ever considered by the General Assembly.Senate Bill 1393, sponsored by Sen. Richard Saslaw (D-Fairfax), would drop a veil of secrecy over how Virginia executes prisoners by lethal injection. Its backers, including Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D), are pushing it against a backdrop of global politics and questions of morality.Read full article >>

Drawn to Flavor: Casa Luca

An Italian restaurant that serves brunch? Not as weird as it sounds. [ more › ]

About Tonight: February 17, 2015

Plans for tonight: A fee vegan cooking demo, a discussion about ocean warming, and more. [ more › ]

Photos: First Big Snow Storm of 2015 Blankets D.C.

  Gorgeous photos of the first big snow storm of the year. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Fresh Delivery Edition

In the news: Documents show Metro knew of smoke-emergency system problems before fatal incident, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Here We Go

End-of-day news: Shooting in Northeast D.C., stolen food truck recovered in Maryland, and more. [ more › ]

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