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Photos: The Fifth Annual DC Tattoo Expo

                                           The fifth annual DC Tattoo Expo was this weekend and we stopped by to snap some pictures. [ more › ]

Live Stream: D.C. Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

NBC4 is live streaming all MLK Day events happening in the District today. [ more › ]

DCist's Most Anticipated Openings of 2015

The DCist food staff gushes over their most anticipated restaurant openings of 2015. [ more › ]

About Tonight: January 19, 2015

DR. KING: If you don't have work today, you can catch a free screening of documentary footage of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. AFI Silver Theater (8633 Colesville Road Silver Spring, Md.) 1:45 p.m. Free [ more › ]

Report Concludes FEMS Radio Communications Malfunction In Metro Smoke Incident

A new report, issued at the request of Mayor Muriel Bowser, found that FEMS radio communications failed in Metro smoke incident. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Sick Air Edition

In the news: Passengers recall a tough decision during last week's Metro smoke incident, and more. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Frost

End-of-day news: Biden says D.C. should be a state, Christopher Barry feeling "fantabulous," and more. [ more › ]

NTSB: Power Not Shut Off In Metro Smoke Incident For 44 Minutes

The NTSB has released its preliminary report of Monday's incident. [ more › ]

Out of Frame: Paddington

Though it relies heavily on slapstick comedy, there's a hint of the melancholy that hangs over the new animated feature "Paddington." [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Eyes of Tourist Child

Sometimes children see us as we really are. Sometimes tourists do too. [ more › ]

Supreme Court To Decide On Gay Marriage For All 50 States

The Justices will hear the case before the end of this term. [ more › ]

Dear John: Lost And Found

At Shaw's Lost and Found, our bathroom correspondent is baffled by a confusing layout and a, uh, shitty toilet. [ more › ]

Cheh Introduces 'Death With Dignity' Assisted Suicide Bill

The bill would allow terminally ill patients with six months or less to live the chance to end things on their own terms. [ more › ]

The Weeky Feed: Sista, I Can't Resist Her

This week's Weekly Feed goes back to the Bayou basics with the New Orleans staple Red Beans and Rice. [ more › ]

How to tell a streetcar from a light-rail train

There is much confusion over what separates streetcars from light rail. That’s because there’s no single easy way to tell, and many systems are hybrids. To tell the difference, one has to look at the tracks, train vehicles and stations.Read full article >>

A Wish List for the D.C. Food Scene in 2015

In which our staff outlines what they'd like to see the D.C. dining scene do in 2015. Take notice, restaurateurs. [ more › ]

Metro Experiencing Delays After Electrical 'Arcing' At Ballston Station

WMATA says the incident has been resolved, but delays continue. [ more › ]

Young parents still more likely to leave D.C., tax data shows

For decades, the life cycle of the young, middle-class D.C. resident has gone something like this: Move to the District, get a good job, meet a nice boy or girl, get married, have a kid and — faced with mediocre public schools or the prospect of tens of thousands of dollars in yearly private school […]

The Passenger 'Pop-Up' To Open For One Night On February 8

The first in a planned series of "Passenger in Exile" parties. [ more › ]

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