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Monday, Oct 31, 2011
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By Sarah Pixley

Party Pics: Nightmare on M Street

Nightmare on M Street returned Oct. 29, as locals lurched onto the streets around...View gallery

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Thursday, Nov 10, 2011
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By Mia Fields-Hall

Pictures: 'The Black List' Opening

“The Black List” -- a collection of portraits featuring 50 of the nation’s most...View gallery

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Thursday, Oct 27, 2011
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By Kate Michael

Bachelor's Michelle Money at Blue Hope Bash

Bachelor's Michelle Money at Blue Hope Bash

As it turns out, Michelle Money, famous for her time on "The Bachelor" and "The Bachelor Pad," is still living large online.

Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011

Meet Dupont's Drag Queens

Meet Dupont's Drag Queens

"Always have a good undergarment, girls -- you never know!" Meet some of the costumed characters of the High Heel Drag Queen Race, a 25-year tradition, which returned to 17th Street Tuesday night.

Thursday, Nov 10, 2011
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By Mia Fields-Hall

Celeb Blogger Necole Kane Gallery Bash

Celebrity blogger Necole Kane -- better known as Necole Bitchie -- hit the...View gallery

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Wednesday, Oct 26, 2011
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By Joi-Marie McKenzie

DayDream Day Party: 'Black Hollywood Edition'

Other guests included Howard homecoming's Grand Marshall Boris Kodjoe, tween...View gallery

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Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011

RedBull and the Rapper Emcees

RedBull and the Rapper Emcees

Red Bull EmSee, a rap battle series designed to find the best freestylers in the country, hit the Fillmore Monday night. Rising star Big K.R.I.T -- and event judge -- explains how participants come up with hard-hitting verses based on visual cues and themes text-messaged to screen.

Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011
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By Carissa DiMargo

Wyclef Jean Kicks Off a Dance-Off at the Refugee Gala

The Grammy Award-winning artist performed at the 100th Anniversary Gala for the...View gallery

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Tuesday, Oct 25, 2011
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By Joi-Marie McKenzie

Paula Patton Hosts Covergirl Dinner in DC

Paula Patton Hosts Covergirl Dinner in DC

“I don’t know how to put on fake eyelashes," Covergirl's newest celebrity brand ambassador admitted to fashionistas.

Monday, Oct 24, 2011
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By Elizabeth Garbitelli, Courtney Connley, Carissa DiMargo

What You're Doing This Week

What You're Doing This Week

Dupont Drag Race, "Cool Hand Luke," Shawn and Marlon Wayans. Get going already!

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Powerball Player in Maryland Wins $1 Million

Powerball Player in Maryland Wins $1 Million

No one won the massive Powerball jackpot on Saturday night, but someone in Maryland got richer anyway.

Virginia Man Dies in Accident While Working on Car

Virginia Man Dies in Accident While Working on Car

Police said officers were called Saturday to Prince Way in Centreville for a report of an unresponsive man and a car that struck a townhouse.

Man Shot, Killed at Arlington County House Party Dispute

Man Shot, Killed at Arlington County House Party Dispute

Police said they responded to the 6300 block of 29th Street North, near Bishop Denis J. O’Connell High School, for reports of shots fired.

'That's How Dictators Get Started': McCain Defends Press

'That's How Dictators Get Started': McCain Defends Press

Sen. John McCain says a free press is vital "to preserve democracy as we know it." And he cautions about efforts to muzzle a free press, saying "that's how dictators get started." The Arizona senator was asked in an interview for NBC's "Meet the Press" how he felt about President Donald Trump's tweet criticizing "the fake news media" that said "it is the enemy of the American people." McCain tells "Meet the Press," ''The fact is, we need you." He adds: "When you look at history, the first thing dictators do is shut down the press." McCain says he isn't saying Trump is trying to be a dictator but "we need to learn the lessons of history."

Kelly: Trump Working on 'Streamlined' Travel Ban

Kelly: Trump Working on 'Streamlined' Travel Ban

The nations affected by the original ban were Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen. Kelly mentioned “seven nations” again on Saturday, leading to speculation they will all be included in Trump’s next executive order.

Special Police Officer Shot in Southeast DC

Special Police Officer Shot in Southeast DC

The woman was shot in the leg in the 2300 block of Green Street, Southeast, D.C. police said.