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It's A Great Week For Actresses At The Movies With 'Aquarius' And 'Christine'


(image) Sonia Braga will do several Q&As in support of Aquarius, and other films to check out. [ more › ]

'Hamilton's America' on PBS Doesn't Throw Away Its Shot


(image) A new documentary provides new historical context for the groundbreaking Broadway phenomenon. [ more › ]

Virginians Granted An Extension To Register To Vote


(image) Voters now have until 11:59 p.m. on Friday, October 21. [ more › ]

Photos: Latest Renderings Show A Transformed MLK Library


It will close in the spring of 2017 and re-open in 2020. [ more › ]

Not The Onion: Watch Joe Biden Zoom Around In His '67 Corvette Stingray


(image) The VP says he loves speed. [ more › ]

A Guide To The South Asian Music And Dance At The Dakshina Festival


(image) The 13th Annual Fall Festival of South Asian Arts runs from October 21-23. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 13 Things To Do In And Around D.C.


(image) This weekend's agenda include an Anime convention, Swedish festival, unlimited oysters and beer, and more. [ more › ]

Panda Toddler Bao Bao's Moving To China In 2017


(image) Per the zoo's agreement, all pandas must go to China by the time they're four. [ more › ]

Whimsical Christmas Pop-Up Bar Returns To Shaw


Derek Brown's holiday-themed cocktail pop up is back, and bigger than before. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Blagden Alley's Final Artist Is Getting Pushed Out


(image) Plus, Bowser speaks out about the end of Metro late night service, D.C. personalities detail their dream day, and more. [ more › ]

Enjoy Elevated Living On H Street


(image) Located at the epicenter of H Street, The Apollo brings you home to the most dynamic and exciting neighborhood in Washington, D.C. Built on the site of the legendary Apollo Theatre, the building effortlessly combines past and present. Here you’ll find the best in D.C. design, paired with a relaxed vibe and all the comforts of home. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The White House Has A Secret Bikeshare Station


(image) Plus, takedowns of weather haters and people (the NYT) who think that power dining spots are a real thing. [ more › ]

Report: Virginia Among 14 States With New Voting Laws During Presidential Election


(image) But early voting is up more than 55 percent in Northern Virginia as compared to 2012. [ more › ]

Roads Near Dupont Circle Will Close Tuesday Night For The Annual High Heel Race


(image) From 6:30 p.m. until 11 p.m. [ more › ]

10 Underrated Brunches In D.C.


(image) The problem with the brunch scene is that it can kind of be, well, a scene. [ more › ]

On The Arepa Hunt: Where To Find Great Colombian and Venezuelan Food In D.C. And Beyond


(image) We went in search of the quintessential comfort food. [ more › ]

Video: Transit Officer Kicks Teen Girl To The Ground At Columbia Heights Metro


(image) A witness alleges that the incident took place over a bag of chips and a lollipop. [ more › ]

Metro Riders Could Wait Up To 24 Minutes For Trains This Weekend


(image) The Orange Line, which is still experiencing Safetrack's ninth surge, will have the longest wait times. [ more › ]

This 22,000-Square-Foot Makerspace Is An Inventor's Paradise


"Now I can weld like a beast," says one member of TechShop in Arlington. [ more › ]

Grab This Top-Rated $100 Wireless Speaker For Just $50


(image) Many portable speakers disappoint, but the Braven 705 Bluetooth Speaker brings the sound wherever you need it. This lightweight, compact device is usually $99.99, but we’re feeling generous: you can now get it for just $49.99. [ more › ]

Where To Watch The Final Presidential Debate In The D.C. Region


(image) There are more than two dozen choices. [ more › ]

Photos: Michelle Obama Rocks Versace At Final State Dinner


Other people were there, too, and they also wore clothes. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Bad Brains Is Nominated For The Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame


(image) Plus right-die-legislation advances at the Council, National Zoo says goodbye to a sloth bear, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Chance The Rapper, Seinfeld, And Gwen Stefani Among Obama's Final State Dinner Guests


(image) Mario Batali will be cooking for the dinner, which is in honor of the Italian prime minister. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Would You Like A Burger With That Rat?


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

Council Tosses 'New Columbia,' Changes Constitution To 'The State Of Washington D.C.'


(image) The D.C. stands for Douglass Commonwealth in the newly approved draft constitution, which will appear on the ballot in November. [ more › ]

Nora Pouillon To Sell The Country's First Certified Organic Restaurant


(image) She is looking for a "passionate heir" to take over. [ more › ]

Survey: D.C. Chooses Twix As Top Choice For Halloween Candy


(image) Most states went for candy corn, though. [ more › ]

Reservations Spike At D.C.'s Newly Michelin-Starred Restaurants


(image) They were already some of the most coveted seats in town. Good luck now. [ more › ]

Trump Calls To 'Drain The Swamp' Of D.C., Furthering Ahistorical Lies


(image) Ladies and gentlemen of the District, the Republican nominee has gone too far. [ more › ]

Photos: The Antares Rocket Launches Successfully And Dazzles The East Coast


Photographers set their shutter speeds slow and snapped the rocket's graceful arc. [ more › ]

Report: Black Women With Criminal Records Face Higher Rates Of Housing Discrimination In D.C.


(image) About 47 percent of cases in a study by the Equal Rights Center showed that housing agents favored white renters with similar criminal and employment backgrounds. [ more › ]

Your Weekly Music Agenda, Featuring Chvrches, Sia, And Miguel


(image) And also ... Aaron Carter? [ more › ]

First Look: Mythology Brings The Gods, And Frites, To H Street


Todd Luongo, a first-time restaurateur, brings "fine-casual dining" to the Atlas District. [ more › ]

UPDATE: Police Arrest Suspect Who Teen Fatally Stabbed After An Argument On A Metrobus


(image) Kyla Jones, 18, turned herself in on Tuesday. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Wikileaks Exposes That Clinton Allies Think Metro's A 'Mess'


(image) Plus, a citizenship ceremony at Roosevelt Island, what famous D.C. folk eat for breakfast, and more. [ more › ]

81-Year-Old Bicyclist Killed On The Capital Crescent Trail


(image) Where the trail intersects with Little Falls Parkway in Bethesda. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: D.C. Halloween Bar Crawl Bans Clown Costumes


(image) GWU opens a food pantry for students, and more. [ more › ]

This Massive Pool In Bethesda Is Made For Model Ships


Over the past 75 years, just about every Navy warship has spent some time, in miniature form, in the half-mile long pool at the David Taylor Model Basin. [ more › ]

Report: One Person Called In 84 Percent Of Dulles Noise Complaints


(image) And one household accounted for 78 percent of DCA's total complaints, though without those calls the number of complaints to National still tripled from 2014. [ more › ]