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The Lost Chinese Ghost of Dupont

The Lost Chinese Ghost of Dupont

10.29.2013
Few ghosts seem to want to haunt Brutalist boxes and post-Modern glass buildings, and who can blame them. But perhaps the demise of the...
Adding a $plash of Hollywood to DC

Adding a $plash of Hollywood to DC

10.18.2013
With its tagline -- "Story can Change the World" -- the festival features inspiring films that capture the human condition as part of its...
Hey America, The Government Is Closed But D.C. Is Open For Business!

Hey America, The Government Is Closed But D.C. Is Open For Business!

Erin Ruberry  10.11.2013
The government may still be shut down (as this gone-viral photo makes perfectly clear) but Washington, D.C. is open for business. While...
They Can't Shut Down Mother Nature

They Can't Shut Down Mother Nature

10. 7.2013
Attempting to "get away from it all" for a few hours over the weekend, I sought the beautiful sights of the Blackwater National Wildlife...
Reaching Across the Concert Hall Aisle

Reaching Across the Concert Hall Aisle

10. 3.2013
With this week's government shutdown dominating the news, it's no secret that the political environment in Washington is divided. While...
Shutdown? What Shutdown? Don't Let Closures Ruin Your D.C. Vacation

Shutdown? What Shutdown? Don't Let Closures Ruin Your D.C. Vacation

10. 3.2013
You don't have to let the political antics on Capitol Hill spoil your travel fun in Washington D.C. Check out the "Washington D.C.: All...
All This Furlough Talk Is Making D.C. Residents Horny

All This Furlough Talk Is Making D.C. Residents Horny

09.30.2013
There's a certain furlough-related friskiness apparent in D.C., as a government shutdown threatens to put some 800,000 workers deemed non-essential...
The Government Might Shut Down, But Your Social Life Doesn't Have To

The Government Might Shut Down, But Your Social Life Doesn't Have To

Erin Ruberry  09.30.2013
WASHINGTON -- If the federal government shuts down at midnight, it's not just federal workers who will feel the effects. Tourists visiting...
During a Government Shutdown, D.C. Is Still Open for Visitors

During a Government Shutdown, D.C. Is Still Open for Visitors

09.30.2013
Think of this as a way to see the lesser known side of D.C. and sites that are often, sadly, skipped over. Some of the best places in D.C....
Driving Home a Message in the Nation's Capital

Driving Home a Message in the Nation's Capital

09.26.2013
Washington, D.C. is home to some of the most important and heated debates of our time. This weekend we'll also gather throughout our community...
The Frederick Douglass Free Public Library

The Frederick Douglass Free Public Library

09.20.2013
He was born in a dirt floor slave cabin in Maryland's Talbot County. He died at Cedar Hill, his stately Victorian mansion in the nation's...
D.C. Is More Than a Name for D.C. United

D.C. Is More Than a Name for D.C. United

09.18.2013
It's been a long time coming, but D.C. United fans could be cheering on the Black-and-Red in United's own soccer-specific stadium as early...

Coworking in D.C. -- Can a Stuffy Town Be Unstuffed?

09. 4.2013
Coworking spaces in D.C. are popping up in droves. This explosion suggests that the culture of D.C. work life is shifting. We're getting...
D.C. Taxicab Commission Should Reverse Course and Re-Legalize UberX

D.C. Taxicab Commission Should Reverse Course and Re-Legalize UberX

08.20.2013
If District regulation of for-hire vehicles is designed to protect consumers, then UberX should clearly be allowed to operate.