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There Will Be Multiple Station Closures On Metrorail This Weekend


(image) College Park station will be closed on Saturday. Greenbelt, Farragut West, McPherson Square, and the lower level of Metro Center will be closed on both Saturday and Sunday. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Record-Challenging Heat Predicted For Day Of Climate March


(image) Shenandoah River's livestock problems, repairs coming to Sanford property, and more news. [ more › ]

This Money Talks: The Dollar-By-Dollar Spending Habits Of A D.C. Local


(image) There’s no prescriptive right or wrong way to spend money, although somebody smart once said “don’t spend it all in one place.” While big purchases like a house or car seem important, everyday decisions like mass transit vs. rideshare or eat out vs. eat leftovers are the ones that actually teach you how to spend (or save!) strategically when that next paycheck arrives. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: First Lady Of Virginia Might Challenge Comstock


(image) And imagine: a former DCist editor sitting on the council dais! Plus, more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Just A Drill: Full-Scale Preparation For Terrorist Attack On Wednesday Includes Actors, Six Sites


(image) NORAD is doing something called "Exercise Falcon Virgo" this week, too. [ more › ]

Police Charge Man For Flying Drone Near Massive College Park Fire


(image) It almost collided with a police helicopter. [ more › ]

Large Swaths Of D.C. 'High Risk Areas' For White Collar Crime On Tongue-In-Cheek Map


(image) The New Inquiry is using the powers of big data a little differently. [ more › ]

Video: Police Search For Gunman Who Shot Victim Along H Street Corridor


(image) The shooting took place around 8:25 p.m. on April 12. [ more › ]

Beyoncé Launches A Formation Scholarship At Howard University


(image) And three other schools. [ more › ]

What's The Link Between Peak Bloom And D.C. Sales Tax?


(image) District, Measured takes a look. [ more › ]

Report: D.C. Has Largest Increase Of Black Homeowners In The Country


(image) And between 1990 and 2015, D.C. saw a 10 percent increase of Latino homeowners, which ranks it fifth nationally among these households in Trulia's report. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Even With This Cold Snap, April May Still Be Warmest On Record


(image) Also a rescued cockatoo, more details released about Hamilton at the Kennedy Center, and other news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The State Department Is Now Promoting Mar-A-Lago


(image) Plus a mystery Japanese company is buying up D.C. real estate downtown, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Four Arrested During Weed Smoke-In On Capitol Grounds


(image) This follows eight arrests at a joint giveaway last Thursday. [ more › ]

As 5-Alarm Fire Rages, University Of Maryland Campus Closes Early


(image) Due to poor air quality. [ more › ]

Area Developers Putting Bar Codes On Workers To Avoid Construction Delays


(image) For about 20 current projects, WBJ reports. [ more › ]

Here Are The Final Four Pairs Of Names For Eaglet Voting Contest


(image) They may sound familiar if you've paid attention to past #NametheNestlings contests. [ more › ]

Biracial Brothers Are At Odds In Mosaic's 'Blood Knot'


(image) But this sharp play suffers from problematic casting. [ more › ]

Photos: Scenes And Signs From The March For Science


A soggy, nerdy, and enthusiastic defense of evidence-based policy making. [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: Arancini


(image) Arancini are one of the most delectable Italian appetizers—fried balls of risotto, cheese, ragu, and vegetables. [ more › ]

Sock It To 'Em With This Deal On Happy Socks


(image) Consider yourself fashion savvy? Add the perfect finishing touches to any outfit with $40 of credit to Happy Socks for $24.99. [ more › ]

15 Of Our Favorite Events in D.C. This Week


(image) Use the Force, experience #realjazz, and more in this week's roundup of the area's most intriguing events. [ more › ]

Man Charged In Attempted Sex Assault In Georgetown


(image) The incident took place early Saturday morning. [ more › ]

Trump Scheduled A Rally The Same Night As The Correspondents' Dinner


(image) In Pennsylvania. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: MetroBus Gets Some Love


(image) Caps make it to the next round, questions about the mayor's new homelessness plan, and more news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: A Chesapeake Lighthouse Has A Feminist History


(image) A Virginia woman has been charged with allegedly self-inducing an abortion, and more in the news. [ more › ]

'A Slap On The Wrist': The Two Pot Activists Charged After Joint Giveaway Are Feeling Upbeat


(image) Six others were arrested but will not face charges. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: The Big City


(image) One of the good things about other people visiting our fair city is that they get exposed to some new things. [ more › ]

Next Up In The March Of The Protest Marches: Science


(image) "To say that the march is political is really important. It's a chance for scientists and people who appreciate science to realize that politics explicitly affects what scientists are able to research and how science affects policy." [ more › ]

The Laughs Fly As Fast As The Bullets In 'Free Fire'


(image) But the staging and action geography leave a lot to be desired, making this feel like a hilarious play persistently interrupted by a middling crime thriller. [ more › ]

Video: Rescuer Scales Tree To Free An Eaglet Stuck In The National Arboretum Nest


It might be back in its nest as soon as tonight. [ more › ]

Genuinely Disturbing Vampire Flick Marks Homecoming For A Local Producer


(image) Potomac-born producer Susan Leber returns to her microbudget roots after a series of high-profile indies. [ more › ]

H Street Corridor Chick-fil-A Gets May Opening Date


(image) And details on how to win a free meal from the chicken purveyor each week for a year. [ more › ]

Driver Fatally Strikes Pedestrian Near U Street Corridor


(image) The man was hit early yesterday morning and died from his injuries today. [ more › ]

Adams Morgan's New Sweet Science Coffee Is An Old World Establishment At Heart


As much as she tried to stay away, owner Sandra Wolter was drawn to all things coffee: the aromas, the flavors, the culture, the history. From that love, she finally opened her subterranean paean to coffee, Sweet Science. [ more › ]

'Fun Home' Brings Alison Bechdel's Comic To Raw And Raucous Life


(image) See what the fuss is about with this surprisingly relatable musical. [ more › ]

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


(image) It's the season for tasting events. Though, on second thought, maybe that is every season. It's also a week for sipping whiskey cocktails and beer and finding out who the best gay bartender around is. [ more › ]

Old Metro Rail Car Is Getting Turned Into Kiosks Near Grosvenor


(image) Developers will use the shell of the car for kiosks, the chairs as outdoor seating, and leftover metal for art installations. [ more › ]

These CES-Honored Noise Cancelling Headphones Are Back At 73% Off


(image) Life is all about choice, and these industry-approved headphones boast 3-Stage Technology, allowing you to select between three unique listening modes: passive audio, bass enhanced, or active noise cancellation. [ more › ]

For Its 50th Birthday, The Folklife Festival Is Going To The Circus


(image) One of the city's most beloved and long-standing traditions is turning 50 with programming on two themes: "Circus Arts" and "On The Move: Migration Across Generations." [ more › ]