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Washington Post
Rapper’s delightThomas "Kokamoe" Goode calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has th
Rapper’s delight
Washington Post / Posted 2 days ago
Thomas "Kokamoe" Goode calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has the support of his neighborhood, where he has been performing on the X2 bus for over 20 years. (Erin Patrick O'Connor/The Washington Post) On the X2, an unseasonably warm... Read more
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Washington Post
Rapper’s delightThomas "Kokamoe" Godde calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has th
Rapper’s delight
Washington Post / Posted 5 days ago
Thomas "Kokamoe" Godde calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has the support of his Northeast neighborhood, where he has been performing on the X2 bus for over 20 years. (Erin Patrick O'Connor/The Washington Post) On the X2, an... Read more
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Roll Call
A Hard Rock Day's NightA Hard Rock Day’s Night If there is an epicenter of the Washington Tourist-Ind
A Hard Rock Day's Night
Roll Call / Posted 6 days ago
A Hard Rock Day’s Night If there is an epicenter of the Washington Tourist-Industrial Complex, it may very well be the Hard Rock Cafe in Penn Quarter. At the peak of tourism season, during the warm spring and summer months, the self-styled “Embassy... Read more
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Washington Post
Hogan’s illness pushes understudy into alien territory — the spotlightLt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford (R) chairs a meeting of the Board of Public Works a
Hogan’s illness pushes understudy into alien territory — the spotlight
Washington Post / Posted 7 days ago
Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford (R) chairs a meeting of the Board of Public Works at the State House in Annapolis on June 23. On the right is Comptroller Peter Franchot (D). (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post) As Maryland’s little-known lieutenant... Read more
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Washington Post
Hogan’s understudy surrenders to the spotlight. And to posing for photos.Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford (L) chairs a meeting of the Board of Public Works a
Hogan’s understudy surrenders to the spotlight. And to posing for photos.
Washington Post / Posted 7 days ago
Lt. Gov. Boyd K. Rutherford (L) chairs a meeting of the Board of Public Works at the State House in Annapolis on June 23. On the right is Comptroller Peter Franchot (D). (Marvin Joseph/The Washington Post) As Maryland’s little-known lieutenant... Read more
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Washington Post
To make black lives matter, black people need to believe itD.C. Council member LaRuby May (E-Ward 8). (J. Lawler Duggan/For The Washington
To make black lives matter, black people need to believe it
Washington Post / Posted 7 days ago
D.C. Council member LaRuby May (E-Ward 8). (J. Lawler Duggan/For The Washington Post) At a recent “safe communities” meeting in Southeast Washington, where some of the District’s most crime-ridden neighborhoods are located, D.C. Council member... Read more
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Washington Post
A Georgia Avenue-Petworth bar crawl with stops at new arrivals Slash Run and Walter’sIf you haven't visited the area around the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro statio
A Georgia Avenue-Petworth bar crawl with stops at new arrivals Slash Run and Walter’s
Washington Post / Posted 12 days ago
If you haven't visited the area around the Georgia Avenue-Petworth Metro station recently, there's no time like the present: New bars are springing up, recent arrivals are sprucing up and a neighborhood favorite just made a minor but needed expansion... Read more
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Washington City Paper
One of Rik Freeman’s Earliest Murals Will Likely Be Destroyed. Tonight, He Gets an Award.Rik Freeman grew up in the South and has lived in Ward 7 since 2003. His neighb
One of Rik Freeman’s Earliest Murals Will Likely Be Destroyed. Tonight, He Gets an Award.
Washington City Paper / Posted 18 days ago
Rik Freeman grew up in the South and has lived in Ward 7 since 2003. His neighborhood has greatly influenced his work and inspired his dedication to the work of other artists living east of the Anacostia River. That dedication will be recognized... Read more
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Washington City Paper
Guard Fail: Report Finds Security Holes in D.C. Government BuildingsIf you want to get into One Judiciary Square, the downtown building that houses
Guard Fail: Report Finds Security Holes in D.C. Government Buildings
Washington City Paper / Posted 19 days ago
If you want to get into One Judiciary Square, the downtown building that houses many of the District’s bureaucrats, you have two choices. First, you can go through the metal detector. After a lengthy wait, you’ll be treated to the whims of the city... Read more
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Washington City Paper
Punk Burger Bar, Slash Run, Opens Today In PetworthGordon Banks has been through the rodeo of opening a restaurant three times alr
Punk Burger Bar, Slash Run, Opens Today In Petworth
Washington City Paper / Posted 19 days ago
Gordon Banks has been through the rodeo of opening a restaurant three times already. But assembling Slash Run—a glam, hair metal-inspired bar that opens today in Petworth with a juke box and stoner-friendly burger list—was "the most fun by far,"... Read more
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chroniclelive
Senior Labour figures back council leaders' defiance of Government over mayor ruleA blow to the Government’s devolution bill has buoyed Labour campaigners hoping
Senior Labour figures back council leaders' defiance of Government over mayor rule
chroniclelive / Posted 21 days ago
A blow to the Government’s devolution bill has buoyed Labour campaigners hoping to block ministers’ plans to install an all-powerful North East mayor. Lib Dems and Labour joined forces to defeat Tories in the House of Lords for an amendment to the... Read more
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Washington Post
A D.C. resident hopes these yard signs can save his neighborhood from gentrifiersMilfred Ellis, a longtime resident of Brightwood, is protesting gentrification
A D.C. resident hopes these yard signs can save his neighborhood from gentrifiers
Washington Post / Posted 27 days ago
Milfred Ellis, a longtime resident of Brightwood, is protesting gentrification in the D.C. neighborhood. (Emily Rhyne/The Washington Post) Milfred Ellis wants the leafy D.C. neighborhood he’s lived in for the past half-century to remain a place... Read more