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JohnKelly
Washington Post columnist, rock and roll drummer, actual D.C. native. Also: can juggle.
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JohnKelly May 28
You got the wrong John Kelly, I'm afraid. There are tons of us.
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JohnKelly May 28
This man hopes his crappy songs will convince dog owners to pick up the poop.
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JohnKelly May 27
Rain arrives in Silver Spring. I already walked the dog so I can afford to enjoy it.
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JohnKelly May 27
Maybe you could get a snippet to run on an endless loop, until they figure it out.
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JohnKelly May 27
Crossing the American Legion bridge, Inner Loop, saw something you don't see every day: a collision between a car and a hearse. Bad karma.
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JohnKelly May 27
Unfortunate visual juxtaposition on Washington Post website.
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JohnKelly May 27
Gothamist Writer Goes on Media Junket, Distills D.C. to a Few Blocks in Dupont via
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JohnKelly May 27
Oh no! The is shutting down its naked mole rat cam. What are they trying to hide?
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JohnKelly May 27
I'm sorry, but "Sepp Blatter" sounds like what happens if you ignore a urinary tract infection.
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JohnKelly May 27
FIFA fo fum. I smell the blood of a corrupt international sports organization
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JohnKelly May 27
“It taught us responsibility. It taught us how to work together as a team.” Lessons from the Monarch Carrier Boys.
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E. Wayne Barber May 26
Jeff Bezos should be happy that print edition of Washington Post is making inroads with some groups at least!
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JohnKelly May 26
More reports of foxes stealing newspapers. When the great fox uprising occurs, don’t say I didn’t warn you
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J. Freedom du Lac May 25
Don't, uh, sleep on 's terrific story about "one of the mattressiest weekends of the year."
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JohnKelly May 25
"Boronski" reads the name on the bracelet. Never did the folksinger think he'd hear the vet's story.
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JohnKelly May 24
The T-shirt toss is not a meritocracy.
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JohnKelly May 24
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JohnKelly May 24
In sickness and in health: New photo book recounts the history of D.C.'s hospitals.
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JohnKelly May 22
Maybe when you have 19 kids it's hard to keep track of some of them?
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Kristin T. O'Keefe May 21
ha! I agree. First we gave every kid a trophy, now they all get licenses?! MVAs today...
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