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D.C. Graffiti Artist Cool 'Disco' Dan Has Died


His go-go-lettered tag was visible on just about any surface throughout the District in the late 80s and early 90s. [ more › ]

D.C. High School Community Wants Staff Positions Restored, But DCPS Chancellor Has Other Plans


(image) Woodrow Wilson High School has had about 30 staff positions cut in the past three years. [ more › ]

D.C. Police Officer Under Investigation After Allegedly Wearing Shirt With White Supremacist Symbol To Court


(image) Also the grim reaper wearing a MPD badge and holding an assault rifle. [ more › ]

Unlike Obama, Trump Is Getting Little Love From The District's Restaurants


(image) Trump-related menu items have tended to be tongue-in-cheek—and short lived. [ more › ]

Gypsy Sally's Brings The Groove Back To Georgetown


(image) Gypsy Sally’s is hoping to forge its own path in a city becoming increasingly crowded with music venues. [ more › ]

How Many People Should Be Held Responsible For Smashed Windows On Inauguration Day?


(image) Attorneys argued this question in D.C. Superior Court on Thursday. [ more › ]

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


(image) There are many affordable deals this week, like a Spanish summer Saturday supper series, plus pop-up parties and a new brunch and aperitivo hours to try. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: In Search Of The National Mall's Best Bathrooms


(image) Plus, a blow-by-blow of the drama at the Senate, another shooting near Alexandria baseball field, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Here's How To Accessorize On A Budget


(image) If the devil's in the details, then outfits are made with great accessories. Turn heads this summer with these essentials you didn't know you needed, from iconic sunglasses to minimalist watches, eye-catching earrings to unique necklaces. Check out our must-haves below: [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Scaramucci Rants On The Record To The New Yorker


(image) Just read it. Also, the Carnegie Library Apple store is really happening, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

'Detroit' And 'The Midwife' Top This Week's Movie Agenda


(image) Popcorn & Candy is DCist's selective and subjective guide to some of the most interesting movies playing around town in the coming week. [ more › ]

What Is A Resilience Officer And Why Does D.C. Need One?


(image) "Resilience is really the immune system of a city—it's the city's ability to anticipate and recover from social, economic, or physical challenges," Kevin Bush tells DCist about his role. [ more › ]

Transgender Service Members Share Their Stories At White House: 'Our Patriotism Shouldn't Have An Asterisk Next To It'


The chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff told military leaders that the military will not make any changes to its policy regarding transgender service members until the president clarifies what he means. [ more › ]

Looks Like It's Gonna Be Quite A Wet Weekend


(image) You might want to reconsider your outdoor plans. [ more › ]

14 Places To Go With Kids In And Around D.C. (After The Obvious Stuff)


(image) Beyond the usual suspects. [ more › ]

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


(image) With the heat broken (for now) this weekend is a great time to dance to your heart's content. If you're feeling less active, avoid the rain by seeing a movie or show. [ more › ]

Norton Introduces Bill To Add 50 More Years To D.C.'s RFK Stadium Campus Lease


(image) It is part of a much larger conversation about what to do with the huge site in the short and long-term. [ more › ]

Democratic Rock Star Senators Join Planned Parenthood Rally At The Capitol


Speakers included Senators Kamala Harris, Elizabeth Warren, and Al Franken. [ more › ]

Experience Free Classical Music Each Week At Alexandria's Lyceum


(image) The Washington Metropolitan Philharmonic Association's concert series, now in its 27th year, offers high quality classical music performances in an intimate setting. [ more › ]

Southeast Man Fatally Shot On Anacostia Riverwalk Trail


(image) The man's dog was also shot and killed, according to a report. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Woman Who Hundreds Have Called 'Mom' Turns 100


(image) Maki Shop is closing in Logan Circle, a man was found shot dead in Southeast, and more news. [ more › ]

Dive Into Web Development By Building 14 Websites


(image) The best way to learn is through experience, and there's no other course that will give you as much hands-on practice as The Complete Web Developer Course: Build 14 Websites. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Are Millennials Over D.C.?


(image) A North Carolina-based real estate firm Asana Partners is coming to Old Town Alexandria, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Two D.C. Protests Planned After Trump Announces Transgender Military Ban


(image) At the White House. [ more › ]

USA Today Uses Image Of Wrong Asian Man In Article Explaining ... Implicit Bias


(image) "Mistakes like this show how implicit biases can creep into everyday decision-making without us ever knowing it." [ more › ]

The Smithsonian's Asian-American Literary Festival Celebrates Classic Authors and Young Writers


(image) The three-day program features over 70 Asian-American writers and includes interactive events like literary karaoke and writer-scholar speed-dating.: [ more › ]

This Week in Jazz, Featuring Cecil Brooks III


(image) Also Loston Harris & Mark Whitfield, Daniel Bachman, the Petworth Jazz Project, and much more. [ more › ]

NYC Resident Stumbles Upon D.C. Street In His Neighborhood


Jason Rabinowitz saw crews transforming a Brooklyn Heights block to 14th Street NW. [ more › ]

Healthcare Protesters Have Been Arrested On The Hill 500 Times Over The Past Two Months


(image) Meet the disability group that's behind the vast majority of them. [ more › ]

Hamburgers Before Dinosaurs? Smithsonian To Close IMAX Theater At The Natural History Museum


(image) The institution plans to demolish the Samuel C. Johnson IMAX Theater to make room for an expanded cafeteria. [ more › ]

Chipotle Says Sick Employee Caused Virginia Norovirus Outbreak


(image) Now, the company has been served with a federal grand jury subpoena for information regarding the outbreak in Sterling [ more › ]

DDOT Director Announces Resignation After Two And A Half Years


(image) He's taking a job in the private sector, according to a report. [ more › ]

The Welders' 'To Tell My Story: A Hamlet Fanfic' Melds Shakespeare With Pop Culture


(image) Playwright and Washington Post humor columnist Alexandra Petri has a fresh take on the world's most famous play. [ more › ]

Red Line Closures And Yellow Line Disruptions On Metrorail This Weekend


(image) There's no scheduled maintenance on the Orange, Blue, Green, and Silver Lines. [ more › ]

Trump Administration Will Bar Transgender Individuals From Serving In The Military


(image) While the president cited medical costs and other "disruption," at least one administration official said it was meant to influence the 2018 elections. [ more › ]

Jim Vance Will Be Featured In Smithsonian's African American History Museum


(image) "He symbolized possibility—he symbolized that it was really important that America was changing and his presence was a symbol of that change," the museum's director said. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: One Victim In Overheated Texas Truck Was Fairfax Grad


(image) Plus, healthcare protests, luxury vasectomies, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Accessories For Even Smarter Travel This Summer


(image) Got exciting travel plans this summer? Whether you're hopping onto a cruise, trekking through mostly uncharted jungles or getting on a train to go from one exotic city to another, be sure your luggage can withstand your adventures. We've rounded up some of the most reliable baggage around, so you can enjoy your travels — worry free.  [ more › ]

Go Home Already: How Healthcare Fight Would Be Different If D.C. Had Senators


(image) A new coalition for urban housing, NFL brain injuries, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]