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

2016-09-30T19:10:00-05:00

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



Man Wearing Traditional Muslim Attire Punched Near Dupont Metro

2016-09-30T18:58:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T17:25:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T16:50:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T16:35:00-05:00

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



Indian Restaurant Offers Daytime Coworking In Cleveland Park

2016-09-30T16:23:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T16:00:00-05:00

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



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

2016-09-30T15:40:00-05:00

(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.

2016-09-30T15:18:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T14:15:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T13:49:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T13:28:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T12:45:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T12:10:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T11:39:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T11:21:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T10:33:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-30T09:19:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T17:18:00-05:00

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



Another Local Amphipod Might Be Added To The Endangered Species List

2016-09-29T16:49:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T16:13:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T15:25:00-05:00

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



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

2016-09-29T15:07:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T14:30:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T13:43:00-05:00

(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.

2016-09-29T12:47:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T12:15:00-05:00

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



The National Cathedral Removed Confederate Flag Images With Little Fanfare

2016-09-29T11:40:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T10:45:00-05:00

"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

2016-09-29T10:15:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T09:46:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-29T09:05:00-05:00

(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!

2016-09-29T00:00:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-28T17:55:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-28T17:25:00-05:00

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

2016-09-28T16:47:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-28T16:09:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-28T15:46:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-28T15:30:00-05:00

(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

2016-09-28T14:40:00-05:00

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