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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Winter Storm Warning for D.C. Area Thurs.

Winter Storm Warning for D.C. Area Thurs.

The D.C. area could be in for the worst winter storm of the season when Wednesday's rain turns to snow, dumping several inches Thursday.

Teen Accused of Helping Another Join ISIS

Teen Accused of Helping Another Join ISIS

A teenager from Woodbridge, Virginia, is in custody accused of helping another young man travel to Syria to join ISIS.

Ex-Correctional Officer Charged in Md. Shootings

Ex-Correctional Officer Charged in Md. Shootings

A suspect believed to be responsible for separate shooting incidents on the ICC and near the NSA at Fort Meade — as well as other locations in the D.C.-Baltimore area over the past two weeks — is in custody.

Norton: Let the Kids Sled on Capitol Hill!

Norton: Let the Kids Sled on Capitol Hill!

It offers some of the most tempting sledding in all of the Washington area: hills that are scenic, significant and just steep enough to beckon kids who want to take a ride.

Officer Dragged Several Feet During Va. Traffic Stop

Officer Dragged Several Feet During Va. Traffic Stop

An Arlington County police officer was dragged several feet Wednesday after a driver he was attempting to stop tried to flee the scene, police said.

Thurs.: MetroAccess Suspended; Changes for Metrobus

Thurs.: MetroAccess Suspended; Changes for Metrobus

Metro has announced service changes in advance of Thursday's expected winter storm, which is forecast to dump 4-8 inches of snow on the D.C. area.