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Washington City Paper Wants to Answer Your Questions Once Again

The Answers Issue is back!

Let Washington City Paper Answer All Your Questions (Again)

The Answers Issue is back, so tell us what to write about.

Chatter: You Bet Your Ask

What you said about what we said last week
For last week’s Answers Issue, we tackled 25 questions about how we live in and think about the District. And our readers? They had a few criticisms, compliments, and, most frequently, addenda.
One reader, perhaps thinking of some of D.C.’s fastest-gentrifying neighborhoods, asked for an example of a once-poor [...]

Still Got Questions? Reintroducing the Answers Column

Last week's Washington City Paper, you'll remember, was our second annual Answers Issue. And while we were able to address 27 questions—ranging from "Does D.C. have an Iron Dome?" to "Why does Metro smell like rotten fish sometimes?"—there are plenty of sharp queries we couldn't get to.
That's why we're reviving a feature we toyed with [...]

Ask Us (Almost) Anything for the Answers Issue

You've got questions. We've got answers. Or, at least, we will report until we find the answers for you. We're preparing for an upcoming reader questions issue and you can submit any question you'd like. Well, not any question. If you want to know how to get a construction permit or request bulk trash pick [...]