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LOOK: Strange Device Spotted On Metro Train

LOOK: Strange Device Spotted On Metro Train

  01.16.2013
WASHINGTON -- Here's something you don't see everyday on the Green Line. Last week, celebrity image consultant Brian "SynKami" Boler...
Get Ready To Bundle Up!

Get Ready To Bundle Up!

  01.15.2013
WASHINGTON -- Anyone who was in the nation's capital in January 2009 for President Obama's first Inauguration will remember the chilly...
'New York Times' Neighborhood Descriptions Roil D.C. Residents

'New York Times' Neighborhood Descriptions Roil D.C. Residents

  01.14.2013
WASHINGTON -- How would you describe the U Street corridor? If you're a writer or editor at The New York Times, you might think U Street...
PHOTOS: This Weekend's Pantsless Metro Adventure

PHOTOS: This Weekend's Pantsless Metro Adventure

  01.14.2013
WASHINGTON -- Braving annoying mists, unseasonably warm temperatures and a flu surge, brave souls rode Metrorail on Sunday afternoon without...
LOOK: Interesting Finds At Obama Souvenir Central

LOOK: Interesting Finds At Obama Souvenir Central

Emma Roller  01.11.2013
WASHINGTON -- The official Inauguration merchandise store opened Friday, complete with T-shirts, tote bags and a variety of buttons that...
Honey Pig Rumors Untrue

Honey Pig Rumors Untrue

  01.11.2013
WASHINGTON -- The recent "scuttlebutt" about Annandale, Va.'s much-loved Honey Pig Gooldaegee Korean Grill possibly coming to D.C.'s H...
LOOK: Plans For Chuck Brown Memorial Park Released

LOOK: Plans For Chuck Brown Memorial Park Released

The Washington Post  01.11.2013
City officials this morning released renderings of the city’s recreational tribute to go-go godfather Chuck Brown — a $1 million steel-and-wood...
THEY'RE COMING BACK

THEY'RE COMING BACK

Brandon Wetherbee  01.10.2013
WASHINGTON -- If riding Metro on the weekend and a rampant flu virus isn't scary enough, how about sharing a train car with some free-spirited...
LOOK: Notable Landmark's Special Day

LOOK: Notable Landmark's Special Day

  01. 7.2013
WASHINGTON -- Clark Mills' equestrian statue honoring former President Andrew Jackson across the street from the White House is one of...
10 Cozy Coffee Shops to Stay Warm This Winter

10 Cozy Coffee Shops to Stay Warm This Winter

Erin Ruberry  01. 4.2013
During the coldest days of the year, there's nothing better than warming up inside a cozy coffee shop and D.C. has plenty to choose among....
LOOK: What's On Tap For The Washington Jewish Film Festival

LOOK: What's On Tap For The Washington Jewish Film Festival

  01. 3.2013
WASHINGTON -- The 23rd annual Washington Jewish Film Festival kicked off this week. Presented by the Washington DC Jewish Community Center,...
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Brandon Wetherbee  01. 2.2013
WASHINGTON -- Red Palace, the H Street home of burlesque, sideshow and circus acts, has shut its doors for good after six and a half years....
LOOK: Great New Foodie Finds Around Town

LOOK: Great New Foodie Finds Around Town

  01. 2.2013
This article comes to us courtesy of Tasting Table, Washington, D.C. Each month, HuffPost DC joins TastingTable.com's Washington, D.C.,...
Reasons To Love Living In The Nation's Capital

Reasons To Love Living In The Nation's Capital

  12.31.2012
WASHINGTON -- If you live "outside the Beltway," literally or figuratively, there's a lot to dislike about the nation's capital. Politicians...