Jan 21, 2011

What You're Doing Tonight is now closed. For your nightlife fix, check out The Feast >>

What You're Doing Tonight is now closed.  For your nightlife fix, check out The Feast >>

What You're Doing Tonight is now closed. For your nightlife fix, check out The Feast >>

Mar 1, 2011
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By Jonathan Elker

Oscar Overdrive in Georgetown

One day, one night, all 10 Best Picture nominees. Only the brave succeed. See Full Gallery

Feb 8, 2011

Meat Fighter 2: D.C.'s Vegan Week

Meat Fighter 2: D.C.'s Vegan Week

Vegans, rejoice. D.C. Meat-Free Week has returned.

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Rolling Thunder Will Roar Into D.C. Sunday

Rolling Thunder Will Roar Into D.C. Sunday

As hundreds of thousands of motorcycles race into the District for the Rolling Thunder Ride to Freedom, so will some road closures.

Hogan Vetoes Bills for Marijuana, Ex-Felons, Travel Websites

Hogan Vetoes Bills for Marijuana, Ex-Felons, Travel Websites

Gov. Larry Hogan has vetoed a bill that would have allowed ex-felons to vote before finishing their probation.

Civil War Sites Mark Memorial Day with Flags, Parade

Civil War Sites Mark Memorial Day with Flags, Parade

Maryland's two biggest Civil War battlefields are marking Memorial Day in distinctly different ways.

More Than 1 Person Held DC Family Hostage: Filing

More Than 1 Person Held DC Family Hostage: Filing

Three members of a D.C. family -- and their housekeeper -- were held overnight by more than one person before they were slain last week, according to new court documents filed Friday afternoon in the case.

Woman Found Pushing Dead Son in Playground Swing

Woman Found Pushing Dead Son in Playground Swing

A toddler was found dead on a playground swing in Charles County, Maryland, Friday morning with his mother still pushing him.

New Trial Expected for Man Convicted of Chandra Levy's Death

New Trial Expected for Man Convicted of Chandra Levy's Death

A man convicted of killing Washington intern Chandra Levy is expected to get a new trial after government attorneys on Friday said the "interests of justice" would best be served by one.