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What happens if you move poor families into wealthier neighborhoods? The answer, three recent studies show, is complicated. Today, the MacArthur Foundation's "How Housing Matters" initiative...
12 minutes ago. Housing Complex
The mayoral race is starting to pick up again after a sleepy few weeks, but don't expect to hear leading contenders Muriel Bowser and David Catania face...
13 minutes ago. Loose Lips
The former executive director of Nia Community Public Charter School was sentenced to nine months in prison for embezzling $29,000 in funds intended for the...
17 minutes ago. City Desk
in which the author discusses a book he'd read, if time permitted. Title: MFA vs. NYC: The Two Cultures of American Fiction Editor: Chad Harbach, n+1 editor...
44 minutes ago. Arts Desk
When the Joan Hisaoka Gallery provided 125 local artists with white ceramic bowls to modify in whatever way they wanted, some of them acted predictably,...
48 minutes ago. Arts Desk
The clock tower and observation deck at the Old Post Office on Pennsylvania Avenue will close next week for two years as Donald Trump's organization begins...
2 hours ago. Housing Complex
The animals at the National Zoo may seem like a generally docile bunch, but behind the scenes, they can get pretty rowdy. While baby panda...
2 hours ago. City Desk
Not since Gossip Girl went off the air has Washington been entertained by such young, attractive, well-dressed backstabbing New Yorkers. Fiasco Theater, a small troupe that...
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Thursday, April 24 Since the mid '90s, there's really been one predominant figure on the jazz piano: Brad Mehldau. "Predominant" is not to say that he's...
2 hours ago. Arts Desk
It’s finally spring—but if you don’t believe the weather, check your highball glass. You’ll find a farmers’ market’s worth of vegetables in seasonal cocktails around...
3 hours ago. Young & Hungry
700 Block of 13th Street NW, April 22 This and past page three photos are also in this online gallery....
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The long-delayed Silver Line took a step toward an eventual opening today, with an agreement between the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority and the Metropolitan Washington...
3 hours ago. Housing Complex
In computing, “the cloud” is just a metaphor. In the art of Yuriko Yamaguchi, it becomes compellingly tangible. The Osaka-born Yamaguchi, who’s been working in the...
4 hours ago. Arts Desk
A scan of Frankie Cosmos’ Bandcamp page might lead you to assume the New York City indie-pop singer has a problem editing herself. In just...
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