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Petition Calls On Congresswoman Norton To Join Trump Boycott


(image) "She can vote with her feet and send a very clear message." [ more › ]

These Bars Can Serve Booze Until 4 a.m. For Inauguration Week


(image) More than 100 bars and restaurants will serve liquor until 4 a.m. during the inauguration. [ more › ]

Comedians In D.C. And Around the Country Hold 'What a Joke' Festival Over Inauguration Weekend


(image) Proceeds from this nationwide comedy event, which includes eight D.C. shows, will go to the ACLU. [ more › ]

Mayor Bowser Corrects Extremely Inaccurate Bill O'Reilly Segment


(image) "Tax money in Washington is federal tax dollars because the federal government runs it," O'Reilly completely incorrectly declared. [ more › ]

Local Saxophonist Peter Fraize Draws From His Own Story on facts + figures


(image) facts + figures"/> Fraize has been a prominent member of the local jazz scene for decades and releases his new album tonight at Blues Alley. [ more › ]

Iron Gate Restaurant is Creating An 'Over-The-Top' Valentine's Day Pop-Up Bar


(image) The romantic pop-up will include heart-shaped ice cubes, candles, and an R&B soundtrack. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Scalpers Might Have To Use Inauguration Tickets Themselves


(image) Beloved woman in wheelchair killed in crossfire, Trump EPA nominee's impact on the Chesapeake, and more. [ more › ]

Sleep Better On The Mattress That's Shipped For Free, To Your Door, In A Box


(image) Slumber is serious business—whoever said that sleep is for the weak probably lived with a not-so-great mattress. Sound like a familiar problem? Then it might be time for a mattress upgrade. For those that love catnaps, snooze buttons, late nights, early mornings, and everything in between, Casper provides an entirely new mattress buying experience—one that doesn’t involve sleazy salesmen or a delivery fee. [ more › ]

4 Must-Have Accessories For Surviving The Winter Chill


(image) From frigid fingers to numb ears, winter in the mean streets can be the worst. But just because the weather is miserable doesn’t mean you need to be. Check out a few of our favorite ways to stay warm this winter...while even getting in a few tunes in the process: [ more › ]

The Shaw Bijou is Now Closed for Good


(image) Chef Kwame Onwuachi's ambitious Shaw restaurant has met an early end. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Louis C.K. Surprises A Dupont Circle Audience


(image) Qualia Coffee cut its WiFi, and more end-of day news. [ more › ]

D.C. Will Test Emergency Alert System On Sunday


(image) "We felt that given that the amount of things we’re going to see over the next week, it would be good if we fully tested it," says the director of D.C.'s Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: A Hero


(image) There are a lot of unwritten rules in our city. This guy deserves a medal. [ more › ]

'[gay] Cymbeline' Queers An Unsung Shakespeare Comedy


(image) Theatre Prometheus taps this complicated plot for maximum hilarity. [ more › ]

Dish Of The Week: Don't Forget About Pho


(image) Pho is easy to overlook in the face of the city's latest dining trends. But, like a true friend, it's a dish that's always reliable, especially when the weather calls for a warm pick-me-up. [ more › ]

Someone Is Covering Up The 'Don's Johns' Signs On The Mall's Port-A-Potties


(image) "It's been great for our social media ... I just wish I knew what was going on," the company's COO says. [ more › ]

Inauguration Will Be 'The Biggest Night Ever' For Airbnb Bookings In D.C.


(image) More than 15,100 people have used Airbnb to book stays in the region between January 19 and 21, the company says. [ more › ]

Almodovar's Stylish 'Julieta' Lacks Substance


(image) The director's adaptation of Alice Munro's short stories is unsatisfying. [ more › ]

Mike Pence Went To Chevy Chase Safeway To Get His Wife Ice Cream


(image) "When Mrs. Pence asks me to pick up ice cream, I pick up ice cream." [ more › ]

Louisiana Man Pleads Guilty To Making Pizzagate-Inspired Threat To Comet Ping Pong Neighbor


(image) "I'm coming there to save the kids, and then I'm going to shoot you and everyone in the place," Yusif Lee Jones told an employee of Besta Pizza. [ more › ]

Court Sentences Kush God To 60 Days In Jail For Violating Probation


(image) According to the Kush Gods Twitter account, though, the "mobile weed dispensary" is open today. [ more › ]

Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down Will Perform At Trump's Concert On Lincoln Memorial


(image) The event, dubbed the Make America Great Again! Welcome Celebration, will also have appearances by Jennifer Holiday, 3 Doors Down, and others. [ more › ]

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


(image) Take a break from inauguration madness with these upcoming food and drink events. [ more › ]

'It's A Sad Time To Be A Non-Voting Senator': Reflections From The Capitol's Shadow


(image) When D.C. residents call their senators, the phone doesn't ring in the U.S. Capitol. [ more › ]

Wireless Carriers Are Fortifying The National Mall For 'Massive' Amounts Of Data During Inauguration


D.C. is better prepared than ever to handle an onslaught of selfies and live streaming. [ more › ]

U.S. Mint Unveils 2017 American Liberty Gold Coin, Featuring A Black Woman As Lady Liberty


(image) A U.S. Mint official said, "We boldly look to the future by casting Liberty in a new light, as an African-American woman." [ more › ]

These Were The Ten Most Expensive Homes Sold In The D.C. Region In 2016


The most expensive home sold for $10.4 million near Embassy Row. [ more › ]

Police Search For Man Accused Of Groping Multiple Women In Northwest


(image) The incidents took place on Wednesday and Thursday near the U Street Corridor, Logan Circle, and Thomas Circle. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Va. Man Brings Five Wheelbarrows Of Pennies To DMV


(image) Inauguration gear makes its way to the shelves, creative people launch campaign pointing out that D.C. is a real city, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Video: Obama Gives A Teary Biden The Medal Of Freedom


(image) Get out the tissues. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: What It's Like To Be At The Center Of An Alt-Right Conspiracy


(image) How permanent White House staff prepares for a new first family, and more end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Groups Launch Guide To Help Protesters Interact With Police During Inauguration


(image) The ACLU, Law 4 Black Lives DC, Black Lives Matter DC and others have released the Demonstrations in D.C. Know Your Rights guide. [ more › ]

As Promised, Republicans On Capitol Hill Submit Resolutions To Block D.C. Death With Dignity Act


(image) "These guys use the District of Columbia as a testing ground for their own political agenda," says D.C. Shadow Senator Michael Brown. [ more › ]

Rock, Rage, And Female Empowerment Course Through 'Lizzie: The Musical'


(image) Pinky Swear transforms the legendary murder case into song. [ more › ]

Jeff Bezos Is Turning Former Textile Museum Into A Huge Residence In Kalorama


The owner of The Washington Post and CEO of Amazon bought it anonymously for $23 million in October. [ more › ]

Two Dogs From D.C. Rescue Group Will Appear In This Year's Puppy Bowl


(image) Zoey and Burr are adoptable puppies from City Dogs Rescue. [ more › ]

20th Century Women And Other Movies To Check Out This Week


(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 › ]

Metro Announces That SafeTrack Will Last Through June


(image) It picks up in February with a major closure on the Blue line and runs through the end of June, after which Metro will switch to a "preventative maintenance program." [ more › ]

Flag-Wearing White House Fence Jumper Sentenced To Three Years Probation


(image) Joseph Caputo wrapped himself in an American flag and illegally jumped over the White House's fence on Thanksgiving Day 2015. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 10 Things To Do In And Around D.C.


(image) The Addams Family gets the burlesque treatment, Story District reveals the best eight stories of 2016, and more. [ more › ]