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Go Home Already: D.C. Board Of Ethics Says Vincent Orange Did Nothing Wrong


(image) And other end-of-day stories. [ more › ]

Man Wearing Traditional Muslim Attire Punched Near Dupont Metro


(image) Rashid Dar says that he "got a punch in the collarbone, but people have been murdered over this stuff." [ more › ]

Smithsonian To Release More Tickets For The African American History Museum


(image) Anyone who fell asleep at the e-ticket window has another opportunity to get in line on Monday, when tickets for January-March are distributed. [ more › ]

Overheard In D.C.: When 'D.C. Famous' Meets Famous


(image) This week, we listened in on your theories, politics, kids, and Metro conversations. [ more › ]

New Posters For Domestic Violence Awareness Month Remind People They Deserve Respect


"We wanted to highlight the faces of some of our city's marginalized identities." [ more › ]

Indian Restaurant Offers Daytime Coworking In Cleveland Park


(image) For $35 a month, people can work at Indique and enjoy unlimited masala chai and coffee. [ more › ]

How to Eat Your Way Through D.C. This Week


(image) Everything from Italian cooking classes to Japanese-inspired hoagies. [ more › ]

'Operation Mekong' Turns The Drug War Into A Wild Action Thriller


(image) Hong Kong action movies never let you lose sight of the action and always leave you catching your breath. [ more › ]

The Best Fast Casual Food In D.C.


(image) The best chefs of our generation just want to make you a really nice, quick lunch you can afford. [ more › ]

Teen Accused Of Stealing 65 Cent Milk Faces Larceny Charges In Virginia


(image) The teen is speaking out against what he says is unfair treatment. [ more › ]

Ice Cream Jubilee Is Giving Away Free Ice Cream On 14th Street On Saturday


(image) For the first 100 people who order between noon and 1 p.m. tomorrow. [ more › ]

October Arts Agenda: Jacob Lawrence's Migration Series Is Reunited


(image) A lot of excitement on the Mall, but plenty to see elsewhere in the city. [ more › ]

At 30th Anniversary 'Labyrinth' Screenings, The Hirshhorn Highlights Local Ties


(image) Sculptor Ron Mueck, whose work you may recognize, once made creatures for the movies. [ more › ]

'Miss Peregrine's Home For Peculiar Children' Lets Burton Be Burton, And It's A Mess


(image) But the director's latest indulges too much in his signature cliches. [ more › ]

City Is Handing Over Buzzard Point Land To D.C. United This Weekend


(image) But the team isn't slated to play until the summer of 2018. [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: Where To Find A Good Rosh Hashanah Meal


(image) No local family, no problem. D.C.'s restaurants have special menus for both dine-in and takeout. [ more › ]

Supreme Court Takes Up Trademark Case That Could Benefit The Washington Football Team


(image) The case involves an Asian rock band called The Slants. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: 91-Year-Old Woman Caught Up In City's Litter Fine System


(image) Plus a homecoming at the Washington Ballet, land for a possible football stadium comes on the market, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: D.C. Police And The Case Of The Missing Recruits


(image) And other end-of-day stories. [ more › ]

Another Local Amphipod Might Be Added To The Endangered Species List


(image) The Kenk's amphipod, a rare shrimp-like crustacean, is "threatened by poor water quality, degraded natural spring habitat and small populations." [ more › ]

Travel Around The World Of Cinema With 'Tanna' And Israeli And Palestinian Film Festivals


(image) Halloween programming is also starting to hit area movie theaters. [ more › ]

D.C. Board Of Elections Tells 5,700 Registered Voters They Aren't Registered


(image) Is the agency ready for the election? [ more › ]

D.C. Teams Up With NPS To Tackle Rat Infestations In National Parks


(image) Residents can now call 311 to report rodent sightings, and the health department says it'll respond swiftly. [ more › ]

Step Afrika! Brings Jacob Lawrence's 'Migration Series' To Life


(image) The dance company's collaboration with The Phillips Collection is a match made in curatorial heaven. [ more › ]

The Cast Of 'Underground' Considers Slave Narratives At The NMAAHC


(image) The WGN America series seems to have been neglected in an increasingly diverse television landscape. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 15 Things To Do In And Around D.C.


(image) The return of Adams Morgan PorchFest, Taste of Georgetown, UNCENSORED, Crafty Bastards, and the Takoma Park Street Festival make for a packed weekend. [ more › ]

DCPS Graduation Rates Climb To All-Time High


(image) DCPS graduated 69 percent of students in four years. [ more › ]

The National Cathedral Removed Confederate Flag Images With Little Fanfare


(image) The memorial to Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson remains, for now. [ more › ]

First Look: Eat Sausage And Put Off Adulting At HalfSmoke In Shaw


"I want to redefine how people think about eating sausage," said the restaurant's founder Andre McCain. [ more › ]

D.C. United Top Columbus 3-0, Inch Closer to Playoffs


(image) It took 31 games, but D.C. United finally have a winning streak. [ more › ]

The Apollo Is Holding Auditions In D.C. For Amateur Night


(image) Judges will see the first 250 people at Howard University's Cramton Auditorium. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Ted Leonsis Acquires Stake In Professional Video Game Team


(image) Plus, local consultants who can't notch a win, a deadly Virginia prison, and more news. [ more › ]

Celebrate 85 With Omara Portuondo Of Buena Vista Social Club And Special Guests Roberto Fonseca, Anat Cohen And Regina Carter!


(image) What's the best way to celebrate Omara's 85th birthday and 70 years of performing professionally? A musical party with Cuban pianist Roberto Fonseca, clarinetist/saxophonist, Anat Cohen and violinist Regina Carter throughout America's greatest concert halls! [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Where It Is Easier To Sell Guns Than Coffee In Virginia


(image) Loudoun County. Plus the D.C. Council holds a hearing on the "tampon tax" and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

13,000 People Texted A D.C. Bartender Instead Of C-Span After The Debate


They put up her number when asking for viewers' reactions to Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton's debate performances. [ more › ]

DCPS Suggests How Teachers Can Talk About Race And Police Violence With Students


(image) A document titled "Preparing to Discuss Race and Police Violence in the Classroom" outlines 10 recommendations. [ more › ]

Medical Examiner Rules Terrence Sterling's Death A Homicide


(image) There is another protest to demand justice for Sterling slated for next Monday. [ more › ]

Fear And Politics Take The Stage In Our October Theater Preview


(image) Several theaters plan to get spooky next month, but area companies will also offer brand new musicals, political dramas, and Greek myths. [ more › ]

The Circulator Expands Its Hours As Safetrack Delays Continue


(image) Routes corresponding with the Red Line are being enhanced due to Safetrack's tenth surge [ more › ]

Photos: 'Mini Revolutions' Make The National Gallery's New East Building A Must Visit


It reopens on September 30 with 12,250 square feet of new spaces, a completely reorganized permanent collection, and three thrilling temporary exhibitions. [ more › ]