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Wednesday, Sep 2, 2015 at 11:23 AM EDT

1789 Restaurant Remains a D.C. Gem Under Chef Samuel Kim

Executive Chef Samuel Kim has steered the revered "old guard" D.C. eatery 1789 Restaurant in Georgetown from a fading fossil's glory to a consistent gem. »

2 D.C. Restaurants Make Open Table's Top 100

2 D.C. Restaurants Make Open Table's Top 100

D.C. is full of foodies (and plenty of eateries for them to indulge at), but a new list by OpenTable puts just two local restaurants in the top 100 restaurants for foodies in the U.S. »

D.C. Firefighter Advances to 'American Ninja Warrior' Finals

D.C. Firefighter Advances to 'American Ninja Warrior' Finals

A D.C. firefighter is still in the running for $1 million after advancing to the final round of NBC's "American Ninja Warrior" in an episode that aired Monday night. Mike Bernardo has been training for the past... »

Free Outdoor Movies: September Schedule

Free Outdoor Movies: September Schedule

September is here, but there are still quite a few free outdoor film series around town. Pack up your blankets and coolers for a D.C.-area tradition. »

Part of Reflecting Pool to Temporarily Close

Part of Reflecting Pool to Temporarily Close

A section of the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool will be partially closed until next summer to fix damage caused by work on a nearby memorial, the National Park Service said Monday. »

Your County (and State!) Fair Roundup

Your County (and State!) Fair Roundup

Fried Oreos? Oh, it's on. Visit a county fair for Ferris wheels, petting zoos, various competitions and more. »

PHOTOS: Montgomery County Agricultural Fair

PHOTOS: Montgomery County Agricultural Fair

Games, rides and food lured folks from all over Montgomery County during the annual fair in Gaithersburg. »

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Harpoon Brewery Using River Water for New Beer

Boston-based Harpoon Brewery is using water from the Charles River to brew a new batch of beer. »

Crime Museum Closing After 7 Years in D.C.

Crime Museum Closing After 7 Years in D.C.

If you want to check out the Museum of Crime and Punishment, do it by Sept. 30 because that’s the last day it will be open to the public. »

Naked Bike Riders Photo-Bomb Wedding Shoot

Naked Bike Riders Photo-Bomb Wedding Shoot

Here comes the bride all dressed in white. And, don't look now, but here come thousands of bicyclists not dressed in anything. Nude and body-painted participants from this year's Philly Naked Bike Ride cruised... »

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