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Marion Christopher Barry Overdosed After Smoking K2. Here Is What We Know About the Drug

On Sunday, Marion Christopher Barry, son of the late Washington, D.C., political giant Marion Barry, died of a drug overdose. According to reports, the younger Barry was in a Southeast D.C. apartment drinking and smoking K2, a now banned synthetic marijuana that not only used to be legal but was also sold in just about […]

Son of DC Mayor Marion Barry dies of apparent drug overdose

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Marion Christopher Barry, 36, the son of the late former Washington, D.C. mayor Marion Barry, has died of a drug overdose. According to WTOP, who obtained a police report, Barry went outside to smoke K-2 and PCP at approximately 12:10 a.m. Sunday morning and began “acting crazy/different” before he...

Marion Barry’s Son Christopher Found Dead From Alleged Drug Overdose: Troubled Legacy Ends Tragically

The legacy of Marion Barry ended tragically when the late D.C. Mayor’s son Marion Christopher Barry was found dead from an apparent drug overdose. According to News One, his girlfriend found the 36-year-old politician and businessman and he was taken to George Washington University Hospital, where he was pronounced dead. Show More Summary

Marion Christopher Barry, Son Of Former D.C. Mayor Marion Barry, Dead At 36

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Marion Christopher Barry, the son of the dynamic former Washington D.C. Mayor Marion Barry, has died of a drug overdose, NBC Washington reports. He was 36. NBC4’s Tom Sherwood, who has covered the Barry family extensively, confirmed the younger Barry’s death after speaking with Cora Masters Barry, the ex-mayor’s widow, on Sunday. #Breaking. Show More Summary

Marion Christopher Barry, son of former D.C. mayor, dead at 36

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Barry had pursued a career in politics, but also endured legal struggles.

Marion Christopher Barry: Son of Former D.C. Mayor Dies of Drug Overdose

Marion Christopher Barry, the son of controversial and beloved former D.C. mayor Marion Barry, has died of a drug overdose, reports He was 36 years old. Barry’s death was confirmed by Cora Masters Barry, the former mayor’s widow, exclusively to NBC4’s Tom Sherwood. Barry, who commonly went by Christopher Barry, made headlines in 2015 when he […]

Marion Barry’s mantle on the line as early voting nears in D.C.

LaRuby May and Trayon White are running hard for the late city council member’s seat.

Trayon White trounces LaRuby May in straw poll for Ward 8 council seat

May, who won the seat in 2014 in a special election after Marion Barry died, didn’t show up because of a prior commitment.

Ivanhoe Donaldson, civil rights organizer, confidant of Marion Barry, dies at 74

He was convicted of embezzling $190,000 while serving in Barry’s mayoral administration.

Morning Roundup: Croak Of The Crocuses Edition

In the news: Marion Barry still doesn't have a headstone, the rules of go-go, and more. [ more › ]


DOES THIS MEAN DC WILL SOON BE LONGING FOR THE COOL TECHNOCRATIC CONFIDENCE OF THE MARION BARRY ERA? “With homicides surging more than 50 percent this year, it’s probably not a comfort to residents of Washington D.C. that their police force has dropped to its lowest levels in 10 years.”

From beard oil to Marion Barry tributes, five homegrown D.C. gift ideas

Support local businesses and impress your friends with your bona fide D.C. gift credentials.

Mayor Bowser Announces Top Choices To Commemorate Marion Barry

The options include creating a statue, and naming things after him. [ more › ]

Panel announces recommendations for ways to honor former mayor Barry

A statement indicated that the city will begin steps to rename Good Hope Road to honor Marion Barry.

A Year Later, Tributes To Marion Barry Continue To Roll In

Mayor Muriel Bowser is expected to announce recommendations tonight for official tributes to the mayor-for-life. [ more › ]

UFC anti-doping head Jeff Novitzky had early reservations about working for promotion

LAS VEGAS — Jeff Novitzky, who led a federal investigation into performance-enhancing drugs that rocked sports more than a decade ago and ensnared the likes of Barry Bonds, Marion Jones and Tim Montgomery, takes issue with his public image.Filed under: News, UFC

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