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DC business brews culture of kombucha fans
A few weeks ago, the drink in the bottle was merely sweetened tea in a large plastic barrel.
Remington's, Another Old-School Capitol Hill Bar, Bites the Dust
What in the name of Larry Craig is going on here? Remington's, a long-time establishment on Capitol Hill at 639 Pennsylvania Ave. SE and iconic gay bar, is closing up shop, Prince of Petworth reports .
Mayor Gray expresses deep concern over missing DC child Relisha Rudd
Today Mayor Vincent Gray reiterated his deep concern over the disappearance of Relisha Rudd, an 8-year-old whose family resides at the D.C. General shelter, who has been missing for weeks.
Washington, DC Church Goes Green and Celebrates Renovations After Winning Historic Landmark Battle
Bishop Clarence Groover Sr., pastor and founder of the Fisherman of Men Church and his congregation will celebrate newly installed solar energy panels and its newly renovated church facility on Saturday, April 5, 2014 at 3:00 pm with a ribbon cutting ceremony followed by a 6:30 pm celebration service.
D.C. Dems vote for mayor in primary
The Democratic primary in the race for mayor of the nation's capital drew to a close Tuesday, with a tight outcome expected between scandal-scarred incumbent Vincent Gray and top challenger Muriel Bowser.
New Community Planned at Westfield Wheaton Town Center
Two-time GALA Home of the Year award winner, OPaL, announces their newest community in Montgomery County -- 39UP.
TMOTTGoGo Honors Musical Contributors at Howard Theatre
Thursday, March 27th marks the TMOTTGoGo 2014 Honors at the Howard Theatre . This year's honorees include Michael "Funky Ned" Neal, William "JuJu" House, Cherie Mitchell-Agurs, Donnell Floyd, Thomas Sayers Ellis and Jason Lewis.