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Go Home Already: What To Put On The Inaugural Metro SmarTrip Cards?


(image) Some ideas. Plus, D.C. Police go after pot-related business, a look at D.C.'s new plan to fight HIV, and other end-of-day news. [ more › ]

Overheard in D.C.: Important Political Decisions


(image) "The neck beard has to go if he wants to be in the Senate." [ more › ]

Labor Activists Fear Freeze On New Workforce-Related Laws In D.C.


(image) Chairman Phil Mendelson said earlier this week that he would seek a moratorium on "similar laws" in the wake of the Universal Paid Leave Act. [ more › ]

Mayor Wants 5,000 New Tech Jobs For Underrepresented Workers By 2020


(image) It's part of a new plan to make D.C. the "nation's premier hub for technology inclusion." [ more › ]

Dish of the Week: Colorful Pozole for Gray Days


(image) Literally meaning "hominy" in Spanish, pozole is a traditional soup that sits somewhere between a soup and a stew. [ more › ]

Benefactor Donates Funds To Replace Washington Monument Elevator


(image) It isn't expected to re-open until 2019. [ more › ]

Comet Ping Pong Increases Concert Security In Response To Pizzagate


(image) Plus, local arts and culture site Brightest Young Things has now been drawn into the conspiracy. [ more › ]

'Moby Dick' Is An Acrobatic And Philosophical Thrill At Arena Stage


(image) With truly brilliant staging. [ more › ]

Garden District Wants to Liquor Up Your Christmas


(image) Now through December 18th, the outdoor bar and barbecue joint is re-imagined as a Christmas beer garden. [ more › ]

Dancing On A Floor Doesn't Necessarily Make It A Dance Floor, ABRA Rules


(image) The board dismissed charges against 14th Street's Policy. [ more › ]

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


(image) Celebrate the end of prohibition, find pizza-making classes for kids, and learn about some whiskey. [ more › ]

Photos: Obama Belts Out 'Jingle Bells' At His Last National Christmas Tree Lighting


"Before we leave tonight, I just want to express what an incredible honor it has been to serve this country, and feel its warmth, and to feel its generosity," Obama said. [ more › ]

Pay What You Want For The Web's Hottest Learn to Code Bundle


(image) Ever wish you could name your price for the education you want? Now you can: the Learn to Code 2017 Bundle includes 156 hours of instruction from experts on coding — and best of all, you can name the price you want to pay for it. [ more › ]

First Look: Ambar Clarendon's Upgraded Taste of Belgrade


It is significantly bigger than the D.C. location and about half the dishes on the menu are different. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Metro Knew About Track Problems Months Before Derailment


(image) Plus the neighborhoods where home prices jumped the post, Shaw Bijou opens up its bar to walk-ins, and more in the news. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: Kirk Cousins' Teammates All Describe Him As 'Corny'


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

Potomac Riverkeepers Offer $1,000 Reward For Info On Mysterious Pollution


(image) The 14-mile long, 30 by 60 feet wide sheen of unidentified pollutant continues to puzzle local and federal authorities as it inches closer to the District. [ more › ]

Buses Honor Rosa Parks On 61st Anniversary Of Iconic Arrest


(image) There are lots of D.C. spots to learn more about the woman Congress called "the first lady of civil rights." [ more › ]

10 Arrested At Paul Ryan's Office While Protesting Cuts To HIV/AIDs Programs


(image) On World AIDS Day. [ more › ]

Zagat Calls D.C. The 'Hottest Food City' Of 2016


(image) And apparently, they're not talking about the weather. [ more › ]

Weekend Picks: 14 Things To Do In And Around D.C.


(image) Shop in your pajamas, make gifts, and more. [ more › ]

Japanese Foodie Classic 'Tampopo' Is This Week's Tastiest Movie


(image) Our selective and subjective guide to some of the most interesting movies playing around town in the coming week [ more › ]

Historic Lockkeepers House To Make Moves On The Mall


The house will be lifted and moved nearly 20 feet from the road. [ more › ]

Your Shitty D.C. Horoscope For December


(image) A 100 percent accurate, totally unimpeachable reading of the stars. [ more › ]

Rainbow Flags Are Going Up In Mike Pence's New D.C. Neighborhood


(image) The flags are "a respectful message showing, in my case, my disagreement with some of [Pence's] thinking," neighborhood resident Ilse Heintzen told WJLA. [ more › ]

This Company Will Deliver Christmas Trees To Your Door For 50% Off


(image) Ah, Christmas: when family visits, gift-gifting and holiday parties all tend to blow up in our faces at once. You can check one major to-do off your list thanks to Five Star Christmas Tree Co.’s convenient delivery service. [ more › ]

You Can Now Give The Ultimate Rickroll This Valentine's Day


(image) Rick Astley is playing the 9:30 Club on V-Day. [ more › ]

December Brings More Holiday Theater And High-Profile Fairy Tales


(image) Pick your own 'Christmas Carol,' or opt for Sondheim instead. [ more › ]

Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley Is Leaving Ripple, Roofer's Union


(image) The Top Chef star is planning to focus on her new pastrami shop, Smoked & Stacked. [ more › ]

Morning Roundup: Homeless Advocates Don't Like The Mayor's Shelter Proposals


(image) What happened at the first Smoke Sessions, impacts of the storm, and more news. [ more › ]

ISIS, Iraq, And The Global Fight For Humanity


(image) Since the summer of 2014, the self-proclaimed Islamic State, or ISIS, has carried out a violent campaign against civilians in Ninewa province in northern Iraq, home to many of Iraq’s ethnic and religious minorities. [ more › ]

Go Home Already: The Weirdest Jobs In The D.C. Restaurant Industry


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

Owner Of Sushi Restaurant Opening In Trump Hotel Can't Find Anything To Eat In D.C.


(image) "We don’t have any" competition in D.C., Sushi Nakazawa owner Alessandro Borgognone told New York Magazine. [ more › ]

Protesters Shoved At Office Building Of Republican Jewish Coalition


Part of a national Day of Jewish Resistance denouncing Islamophobia and other forms of discrimination and criticizing some mainstream Jewish organizations' silence on Steve Bannon's appointment. [ more › ]

11 Movies To See At This Year's European Union Showcase


(image) Your chance to get a head start on next year's art house favorites, or see a movie that may not get a commercial run. [ more › ]

D.C. Council Committee Moves To 'Ban The Box' For Housing


(image) One of a series of proposals to ensure that those with a record have a fair shot at reentering society. [ more › ]

Louis C.K. Adds A Third Show To His January Appearance in D.C.


(image) Tickets are $50, while they last. [ more › ]

Your December Arts Agenda Includes Making Dolls And Previewing A Blockbuster


(image) Art happenings worth checking out in the new month. [ more › ]

Nancy Pelosi Re-Elected As House Democratic Leader


(image) The California Congresswoman beat Ohio's Tim Ryan, but she received the most opposition votes since joining leadership. [ more › ]

Second City's 'Black Side Of The Moon' Shows The Varieties of Black Experience


(image) With stand-up, sketch comedy, and song, six men and women take the audience on a two hour journey through the concept of blackness in America. It is both hilarious and bittersweet. [ more › ]