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8 Innovative Headphones—All Over 30% Off


(image) Opinions about headphones are like bellybuttons: everyone has one. It seems like there's a new line of headphones launching every day, but we've taken out some of the busy work for you. We've rounded up some great deals on exciting new headphones for all types of lifestyles. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: What A Pence Presidency Might Look Like


(image) Also, a Md. gas station owner is fighting to get his assets returned from the feds, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Judge Denies Bond For Massage Therapist Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Clients


(image) A D.C. Superior Court judge Lynn Leibovitz said that even with a tracking device, Habtamu Gebreslassie is considered a threat to his victims and others in the region. [ more › ]

Transgender Survey Shows Dismaying Discrimination Rates In D.C.


(image) The state-level breakdown of the 2015 U.S. Transgender Survey shows the stark reality even in a city with some of the strongest protections in the country. [ more › ]

D.C. Man Tried To Carjack Double-Decker Tour Bus, Police Say


(image) A D.C. police report says that the incident occurred on a BigBus Tour around 8 p.m. [ more › ]

First Look: Lil' B Coffee Bar And Eatery Radiates Southern Soul


David Guas' Southern-influenced cafe is a more polished version of his Bayou Bakery concept. [ more › ]

Photos: Grocery Walk Brings Out Hundreds Of People In Ward 8


They were raising awareness on Saturday about food injustices in neighborhoods east of the Anacostia River. [ more › ]

For Official Portraits, Barack And Michelle Obama Choose Up-And-Coming Artists


The Smithsonian Portrait Gallery announced the paintings will be unveiled in early 2018. [ more › ]

Mayor Pitches Four D.C. Neighborhoods To Amazon


(image) Many think that the District or its environs has a pretty good shot. [ more › ]

Dish Of The Week: Churros


(image) To most Americans, churros are served out of a warmer at county fairs and amusement parks. But the best ones are fresh fried, light, and airy. [ more › ]

'An Act of God' Amuses But Doesn't Really Shock At Signature


(image) The part of God is made for performers with sharp wit, skilled comic timing, and charisma to spare, and Tom Story's no exception. [ more › ]

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


(image) This week’s line-up is a bit of a grab bag, with options for cinephiles, foodies, and thrill seekers. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Today's The Last Day To Register To Vote In Virginia


(image) Washington City Paper is for sale, Civil War battle reenactment goes on despite threats, and more news. [ more › ]

Become An Adobe Creative Cloud Expert For Less Than $15 This Week Only


(image) Whether you're laying out a brochure, designing a logo, touching up a video, or editing the next viral meme, few digital design tools compare to the apps in the Adobe Creative Cloud. Give your resume a boost by becoming an expert in three of its tried-and-true programs — Photoshop, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro — through the Academy of Film, Fashion & Design's Adobe CC Essentials Training Bundle, a triple threat of online courses that's on sale now. [ more › ]

The Pillows Of Your Dreams Are $80 Off


(image) Most of us don't put much thought into what kind of pillow we sleep on every night. Considering we sleep away about 25 years over the course of our lives, the right pillow is more important than maybe you ever realized. [ more › ]

7 Ways To Up Your Photography Skills For Under $30


(image) Very broadly speaking, there are three main types of photographers out there: The Snapchat and Insta folk; the people who are dead-set on becoming the next Ansel Adams or Annie Leibovitz; and the people who just want something that at least resembles fine art to put in their frames at home. (All lofty goals, to be sure.) No matter which camp you're in, though, every photographer can benefit from these seven courses and accessories. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The D.C. Council Baby Boom


(image) Court hearing for man accused of killing Va. teen near mosque, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Government Fights For Inauguration Protesters' Facebook 'Likes' And Reams Of Other Data


(image) People involved with the planning of protests on Inauguration Day in D.C. were in court to fight a search warrant that would require Facebook to give prosecutors 90 days-worth of their account information. [ more › ]

Photos: 'Future Of Sports' Is D.C.'s Latest Set Of Instagram Backgrounds


D.C. now has its own answer to the Ice Cream Museum. [ more › ]

FBI Searches For Suspect In Case Of Md. Native Whose Body Was Found In Charlotte, NC


(image) 19-year-old Ashanti Billie's family celebrated her life at a service on Friday. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: The Nats


(image) It was a tough game. [ more › ]

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


(image) The return of the Virginia Festival of Wines, the introduction of a lunch time happy hour with a spectacular view, and a grand celebration of pan-Asian culture at the Smithsonian means booze are are in the cards for this week in D.C. Here are our dining picks for the week. [ more › ]

Vintage Sounds Help French Indie-Pop Band Phoenix Make Jubilant Music


(image) Phoenix comes to The Anthem with it's '70s and '80s inspired vibe on Monday. [ more › ]

Watch The Relocation Of The Oldest Structure On The Mall


(image) The Historic Lockkeeper's House moved about 50 feet on Thursday. [ more › ]

Report: How D.C. Can Help Its Black Population Stay In The City


(image) By ramping up its employment and housing initiatives. [ more › ]

Australian Band Atlas Genius Is On A Mission To Spread Compassion


(image) The band comes to Sixth & I on Monday with its #63DaysOfLove social media campaign. [ more › ]

'Marshall' Sidelines The Supreme Court Justice In His Own Damn Biopic


(image) In a movie about Thurgood Marshall, the last thing you want to see is a cloying Josh Gad character arc. [ more › ]

Person Struck By Train At L'Enfant Plaza Metro Station


(image) Blue, Orange, and Silver Line trains were temporarily suspended as officials investigated the scene. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: And D.C.'s Sports Curse Continues


(image) Plus, the Foos open the Anthem, D.C. wants to plant a 100 trees a day for six months, and more in the news. [ more › ]

TigerVPN Provides Simple Web Security For Under $50


(image) With the Equifax breach that compromised hundreds of thousands of Social Security numbers, chaotic international ransomware attacks and countless corporate hackings, online protection is a prerogative when browsing the web. But you don't need all sorts of fancy-dancy software. An effective, simple solution like TigerVPN can keep your personal data totally secure. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Will Trump Get On The Campaign Trail For Va. Gubernatorial Candidate?


(image) He also appointed the first non-scientist to lead NOAA, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Hardness Test Results Reveal Wider Scope Of Artificial Turf Failures


(image) A total of seven fields failed annual tests in the spring and weren't fixed until the fall, and if officials used a more stringent standard, about half the city's artificial turf fields would fail. [ more › ]

Photos: The Wharf Officially Opens With Pomp, Circumstance, And A Steady Drizzle


"We should all be reminded of this is our waterfront, our destination, and we couldn't be more proud." [ more › ]

Jackie Chan Revenge Thriller 'The Foreigner' Tops Your Movie Picks This Week


(image) And don't miss 35mm prints of The Hoodlum Priest, Armored Car Robbery, and Selena. [ more › ]

Photos: Inside Politics And Prose Bookstore's New Shop At The Wharf


“We're going to try really, really hard to make sure the store very is much apart of this community and this area, but our constants will never change,” said co-owner Lissa Muscatine. [ more › ]

Black Women Abstract Artists Get Their Due In 'Magnetic Fields' At the National Museum Of Women In The Arts


This is the first U.S. exhibition dedicated exclusively to the presentation of abstraction by Black women artists. [ more › ]

15 Of Our Favorite Events In D.C. This Weekend


(image) With a Swedish film screening, free opera in the park, and a dog-friendly rooftop party, it’s another busy weekend in the District. [ more › ]

Award-Winning Local Trombonist Shannon Gunn Celebrates A New Album


(image) She'll play album release events this weekend in Northern Virginia and the District. [ more › ]

10 Places To Find A Halloween Costume In And Around D.C.


(image) Never fear. Or do, actually. Scary things and pressure to find the right costume are what this holiday is all about, after all. [ more › ]

Nats Owners Haven't Paid To Keep Metro Open Late For Game 5. Exelon Will Instead


(image) Now, the last Green Line train will leave Navy Yard for Greenbelt at 12:22 a.m., and the final train to Branch Ave leaves at 12:48 a.m. [ more › ]