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This adorable English Bulldog was dognapped, and then reunited with his owner.
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Folger Theatre sets "The Merry Wives of Windsor in the '70s, making this light comedy even cheesier. Review:
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It's not just you. Christmas trees have been piling up on D.C. sidewalks.
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D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine sues Trump’s inaugural committee for allegedly using nonprofit funds to enrich the Trump family.
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DCist 6h
American Ninja Warrior will tape at the DC Armory
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Cuneyt Dil 7h
My Senate candy desk story from 2016 is relevant again!
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DCist 7h
10 food and drink events to try this week, including a mumbo sauce contest, a class from a cocktail expert, and more.
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DCist 7h
Columbia Heights tenants head to eviction hearing amid rent strike
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Rachel Kurzius 7h
The Poop Vandal is at it once again! Why might someone do this? We chatted with some experts:
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John Macintosh 22h
"They are seeking damages, claiming that MPD violated the First, Fourth, and Fifth amendments, by arresting them for protected speech and without probable cause, using excessive force, and intentionally inflicting emotional distress."
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DCist 8h
Morning Roundup: Alleged white supremacists had planned deadly attacks in Richmond. Plus, Dan Snyder seems to be considering rebuilding a stadium at the team's current site, Virginia Senate votes to scrap Lee-Jackson Day, and more in the news.
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DCist 19h
Small business owners near the Purple Line are excited about the prospect of new customers—if they can stay open long enough to reap those benefits.
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DCist 20h
A Virginia delegate says the state should give Northern Virginia back to D.C.
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Studio Theatre's "Pipeline" explores what (and who) is at stake in the battle to raise and educate America’s young black men.
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DCist 21h
Alumni of the renamed Washington-Lee High—now Washington-Liberty—are suing the county school board over the name change. It’s not the first time the name change has faced a lawsuit.
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DCist 21h
Too Many Zoos, Grace Potter, Lil Baby, and more concerts to catch this week.
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DCist 22h
Petworth Citizen will close by February and reopen after a merge with fellow Upshur Street business, Loyalty Bookstore.
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DCist 22h
Journalists are suing D.C. after they were arrested while covering Inauguration protests.
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Rachel Kurzius Jan 21
The fallout over D.C. police's mass arrest on Inauguration Day 2017 continues with this new lawsuit from two journalists who were among the arrestees
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DCist 23h
It may be a short week, but there's still plenty of things to do around town.
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