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D.C.'s best 'political' restaurants
Politics is so intertwined in day-to-day D.C. life that it pops up in places you might not expect -- like your pizza.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
JOSS Taps Realty Mogul for Georgetown Plaza
Going away? Stay informed with GlobeSt.com's Washington, DC AM Alert for original coverage of the latest transactions and trends shaping the commercial real estate industry.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Teen goes from homeless shelter to Georgetown
A few months ago, we told you about an 18-year-old girl, Rashema Melson, who was living with her family in a homeless shelter Teen goes from homeless shelter to Georgetown WASHINGTON -- A few months ago, we told you about an 18-year-old girl, Rashema Melson, who was living with her family in a homeless shelter Check out this story on WUSA9.com: ... (more)
Sara Wilkinson: Lifelong resident, educator
Sara Wilkinson's educational highlights line the walls of her Milton home. Her husband, Ray, has made sure of it.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Ebola Outbreak Spins Out of Control on Eve of Obama's African Summit in Washington
The Obama administration is hosting a major summit the first week of August with leaders of African nations in Washington, D.C. as the Ebola outbreak in Africa is spinning out of control.
The Washington Post
Traversing two D.C.s, from Dunbar High to Georgetown U.
When Johnathon Carrington makes a trip home to visit his mother or get what he considers a decent haircut, the Georgetown University student takes a G2 Metrobus that carries him four miles east across a divide that separates the city where he goes to school from the city where he grew up.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
The Washington Post
McCartney: Post-Silver Line, D.C. region should buy rail cars for Metro, add a Potomac crossing
Passengers get their first chance to ride on the rail line, which includes one new station in Reston and four new stops in Tysons Corner.
Oxford Union for dummies
Four men stood before a packed crowd at the Cato Institute in Washington, D.C., on Thursday night, and for nearly two hours hashed out the relative merits of libertarian and conservative political philosophy.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Law Schools Receiving Full-Time Applications Drops
Last year, applications to American Bar Association-approved law schools dropped to 385,400 from half a million, according to InTheCapital.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
US News & World Report
Another Pro-Hillary PAC Tries to Make Clinton Cool
Williams, a 22-year-old from Alabama, who now lives across the Potomac from Washington in Alexandria, Virginia, is a founder of Hillary 2016 PAC, yet another outside group supporting a potential Clinton 2016 presidential run.
David Gregory's 'Meet the Press' Seat Continues Getting Hotter
In multiple conversations that I had with people inside and outside NBC after the [Page Six] item appeared, it was taken as a given that Gregory is toast.
The Washington Post
Developera s plan: turn Ballston Mall inside out
The mall on the oddly shaped intersection at Wilson Boulevard and North Glebe Road has been on the cutting edge of retail more than once.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Mount Adams attracts Darryl Lloyd, Hood River photographer, to bond for a lifetime
A half-century ago, the Lloyd twins of southern Washington were just finishing college and not particularly aware of the doings of Congress.
Lewes resident Michael Sprouse has worn a lot of hats in his day - " artist, curator, stage ...
The new arts and entertainment reporter for WRDE Coast TV, a new NBC-affiliated station based in Lewes, said he can't wait until his weekly segment airs.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Homeless valedictorian moves from shelter to Georgetown dorm
Last month, Rashema Melson lived in a single room with her mother and two of her six siblings at a Washington, D.C., homeless shelter.
Silver Spring resident awarded medal by Daughters of the American Revolution
The Peabody Room, a special collection of Georgetown neighborhood history, is on the third floor of the Georgetown Neighborhood Library, 3260 R St. NW, Washington, D.C. Jerry A. McCoy on June 14 received The Historic Preservation Medal from the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution for his work at the DC Public Library's ... (more)
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Astro Boy & The God of Comics
Clark Young as Astro Boy's creator, Dr. Tenma, in 'Astro Boy and the God of Comics," continuing through Aug. 16 at the BCA Company One presents a multi-faceted, visually dynamic, narratively scattershot melange of biography, comedy, drama, manga, and more.
Free Speech and the Bible Museum
An effort by the pro-LGBT group Truth Wins Out to block the opening of a private Bible museum in the Nation's Capital is a misguided assault on constitutional protections that properly protect everyone, including LGBT Americans and their opponents.