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  1. Hank's Oyster Bar owner made a top singles list. Six days later, she met her wife.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Washington Post

    Jamie Leeds, right, the owner of Hank's Oyster Bar and other restaurants in the D.C. area, married Tina McDaniel on May 14. They met at a fundraiser last year. Back in 2002, she visited the Washington area as a restaurant consultant and saw so much untapped potential that she decided to stay and open a restaurant.

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  2. A fresh, new problem for farmersRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Daily Journal/Sunday Journal

    ... sustainable agriculture. But in recent years, Lester has noticed a shift in the markets, especially at the Dupont Circle FreshFarm Market in Washington, where he once could expect to generate $200,000 or more per year in gross sales. "The customers ...

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  3. An Orthodox Rabbi Walked Into A Gay Bara What Happened Next May Surprise YouRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Queerty

    "I heard about the horrific shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, while our synagogue in Washington was celebrating Shavuot," Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld writes in a new think piece published by The Jewish Chronicle Online . "Even though the holiday is a happy time, I cried as I recited our prayers."

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  4. Kimpton Glover Park Hotel OpensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 20 | Hotel Business

    Perched above a tree-lined neighborhood on the border of Glover Archbold Park north of Georgetown, the hotel is the result of a collaboration between Kimpton, DC-based developer Foxhall Partners and Iron Point Partners as the group's second design-driven boutique hotel in Northwest Washington, following the introduction of The Carlyle Dupont Circle last year. The hotel's connection to nature, an inspiration taken from the neighborhood's namesake - Charles Carroll Glover - who helped shape the city's most iconic parks, is reflected throughout by artist Michele Oka Doner's vision, blending a metropolitan edge with familial comfort and tranquility, according to the company.

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  5. I'm an American Orthodox rabbi and I visited a gay bar. Here's why I did itRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jewish Chronicle

    I heard about the horrific shooting at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, while our synagogue in Washington was celebrating Shavuot. A dozen members of our congregation thought about how we could show solidarity, and decided to pay a visit to the Fireplace, a gay, predominantly African-American bar near Dupont Circle.

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  6. Women of Washington: The chef behind DC's first farmers' marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WTOP-FM Washington

    Her restaurant has sat off Washington's Dupont Circle for 37 years, but most don't know the woman behind Restaurant Nora also started the area's first farmer's markets. When Nora Poullion arrived in the U.S. from her homeland of Austria, one thing about American culture floored her - our food.

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  7. Gays and gun violence preventionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Washington Blade

    This time last June, we waited with baited breath on the steps of the Supreme Court for the marriage equality decision. Once handed down, it was as if the entire city erupted into celebration.

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  8. Owner hopes Lemon becomes Indian food franchiseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | WTVR Richmond

    ... at 3215 W. Broad St. recently signed a lease to open a new location in Washington, D.C.'s rapidly growing Dupont Circle neighborhood. Owner Gurjeet Singh said Tuesday that he and his family hope to open the new 3,800-square-foot restaurant at 2120 P ...

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  9. Blog Series Examines Three Core Values of Nursing Patient AdvocacyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Freshnews

    American Sentinel University's new three-part blog 'Patient Advocacy Series' is available at as part of the university's 'The Sentinel Watch' healthcare blog. The series examines the three core values that form the basis of patient advocacy in the American Nurses Association Code of Ethics.

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  10. How health care system falls short for transgender patientsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | CBS News

    It's not easy to find compassionate medical care when you're a transgender person, says Victoria Albina, who has a busy medical practice in Dupont Circle in Washington, DC, where she works with many transgender and LGBTQ patients. Albina is a board certified family nurse practitioner who holds a degree in public health, and has trained in integrative and functional medicine.

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  11. A fresh, new problem for farmers: Market shoppers don't cookRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... sustainable agriculture. But in recent years, Lester has noticed a shift in the markets, especially at the Dupont Circle FreshFarm Market in Washington, District of Columbia, where he once could expect to generate $200,000 or more a year in gross ...

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  12. LGBT Groups Mobilize Mental-Health Help After Orlando AttackRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | NBC Washington

    LGBT organizations held a community forum June 15, 2016 for people grappling with the Orlando attack that killed 49 people early the morning of June 12. After the Orlando attack, LGBT organizations are mobilizing mental-health resources to help people cope with potentially long-term effects. Counselors have several tips on how to cope, including not to isolate yourself.

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  13. For some growers, farmers markets just aren't what they used to beRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | The Washington Post

    Zach Lester of Tree and Leaf Farm at his Dupont Circle farmers market stand. "A lot of people that walk through markets are not shopping," he says.

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  14. D.C. makes another top 10 list: It's the second most walkable city in the U.S.Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 21 | The Washington Post

    Lace up your shoes: A new study ranks D.C. as the second most walkable city in the U.S. The report , published this month by the George Washington University School of Business and Smart Growth America, an advocacy group, looked at the nation's 30 largest metropolitan areas and ranked them according to their walkability. New York City came out on top in the rankings, closely followed by D.C., Boston, Chicago, San Francisco and Seattle.

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  15. Glover Park Gets D.C.'s 10th Kimpton HotelRead the original story

    Monday Jun 20 | The George Towner

    The Kimpton Glover Park Hotel, the latest boutique hotel in Northwest Washington, opened June 15. The "design-driven" uptown retreat boasts a number of special offerings, including telescopes in its 25 "signature city view guest rooms," according to a press release. The hotel, at 2505 Wisconsin Ave. NW, across the street from the Russian Embassy, is the 10th Kimpton in D.C. and the product of a collaboration between Foxhall Partners and Iron Point Partners, which opened the Carlyle Dupont Circle last year.

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  16. NAB Breaks Ground in Hot DC NeighborhoodRead the original story

    Monday Jun 20 | Radio World

    ... is in the Southeast quadrant of the nation's capital. Not that the current NAB neighborhood is too shabby; Dupont Circle remains a highly desirable part of the city, but getting to and from Capitol Hill has long been a source of frustration to those ...

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  17. Kimpton Glover Park Hotel DebutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 20 | Hotel Business

    Perched above a tree-lined neighborhood on the border of Glover Archbold Park north of Georgetown, the hotel is the result of a collaboration between Kimpton, D.C.-based developer Foxhall Partners and Iron Point Partners as the group's second design-driven boutique hotel in Northwest Washington, following the introduction of The Carlyle Dupont Circle last year. The hotel's connection to nature, an inspiration taken from the neighborhood's namesake - Charles Carroll Glover - who helped shape the city's most iconic parks, is reflected throughout by artist Michele Oka Doner's vision, blending a metropolitan edge with familial comfort and tranquility, according to the company.

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  18. 10 things to do in the D.C. area the week of June 20-24Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 20 | The Washington Post

    Weezer performs at Jiffy Lube Live on June 24. From left: Brian Bell, Rivers Cuomo, Patrick Wilson and Scott Shriner. The Moth StorySlam "Fathers" at Howard Theatre: With Father's Day fresh on your mind, you may realize you have a great story to share about dear old dad.

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  19. Commentary: Lighting candles after tragedy is a ritual that sustains usRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 19 | HeraldNet

    ... I did what people of faith do best: I lit candles. A few others sent out tweets, we showed up in Washington's Dupont Circle and we lit more candles. Our ordinary religious rituals are a spiritual emergency preparedness plan of sorts. We practice the ...

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  20. Anti-Gay Graffiti and Burned Rainbow Flag Turn Up in Two DC NeighborhoodsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 18 | Towleroad

    ... he painted the word "gun" over "gay" and changed the meaning to "Down with the gun agenda." Graffiti in DuPont circle Washington, D.C. Y please someone come add the word "Get" to the front pic.twitter.com/2vLZRJwY0t But the local LGBTQ community did ...

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