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Hill Releases Its "50 Most Beautiful" List

Want to find out if your best-friend-turned-staffer is one of the most beautiful people on the Hill? There's a list for that. »

Jamestowne Celebrating 'First Assembly Day'

Jamestowne Celebrating 'First Assembly Day'

Historic Jamestowne is gearing up to commemorate the anniversary of the first legislative assembly in English North America. »

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6-Ton Shipping Containers Converted Into Apartments

Recycled and remodeled shipping containers are being turned into an unusual new apartment building, changing the look of one D.C. neighborhood. »

Get the Scoop on D.C.'s Ice Cream Festival

Get the Scoop on D.C.'s Ice Cream Festival

At the fourth annual D.C. Scoop festival, Union Market is pushing aside their usual collection of goodies (think local tomatoes and fresh peaches) to make way for summer's go-to sweet. »

Exec Chef Brings New Life to Jack Rose's Dining Menu

Exec Chef Brings New Life to Jack Rose's Dining Menu

Famous for their marvelous beverage menu and their third-floor outdoor space for late-night camaraderie, Jack Rose Dining Saloon (2007 18th St. NW) has struggled when it came to the food menu -- until now. »

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"Ninja Warrior" Kacy Gears Up for Final Round

Kacy Catanzaro, who is just five feet tall and weighs roughly 100 pounds, is drawing attention as the first woman to compete in the final round of "American Ninja Warrior." The show airs Monday on NBC at 9 p.m. »

Capitol Fringe Fest Challenges the Mainstream

Capitol Fringe Fest Challenges the Mainstream

The Capitol Fringe Festival 2014 celebrates out-of-the-box thinking and encourages performances that challenge the mainstream. »

Shenandoah Music Festival Runs All Summer Long

Shenandoah Music Festival Runs All Summer Long

The all-summer-long Shenandoah Valley Music Festival starts July 18 and doesn't end until early September. The festival features bluegrass, country and symphonic music. »

TV Show Puts "Fast and Slow Lanes" on 18th Street Sidewalk

TV Show Puts "Fast and Slow Lanes" on 18th Street Sidewalk

National Geographic Channel was behind temporary signage on 18th Street that offered fast and slow lanes to pedestrians. »

New Farm-to-Table Menu Debuts at Charlie Palmer Steak

New Farm-to-Table Menu Debuts at Charlie Palmer Steak

Executive Chef Jeffery Russell is about to debut a new farm-to-table program after gaining a plot in Alexandria's community garden. »

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