Posts Tagged ‘corcoran’

The Needle: Luddite Dan

Dan Snyder does not have email. Seriously, Dan Snyder does not have email.

District Line Daily: Hold That Gun Law

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The District is asking a federal judge for more time before a ruling that would overturn [...]

District Line Daily: Police Officer Shot in Attempted Car Jacking

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Police officers are on the search for three or four men after the attempted car jacking [...]

District Line Daily: Domestic Violence in D.C.

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D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier addressed the recent spate of murders this past week and said there [...]

District Line Daily: The Great Divide

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The Corcoran Gallery of Art and College of Art + Design is expected to essentially dissolve [...]

District Line Daily: Judge Not

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Our latest cover story looks at why D.C. let a disbarred lawyer serve as a [...]

District Line Daily: Metro’s Watching

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Metro has announced that it'll spend $6.5 million to triple the number of surveillance cameras in [...]

District Line Daily: Spa Overload

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In this week's Washington City Paper, available now wherever fine alternative weeklies are given away: Sadie [...]

Is That a Sunbather? A Mannequin? No, It’s a Dead Body

Andrea Green took some friends up on an invitation to drop by their soon-to-be new condo in Adams Morgan for a tour last Saturday. But when she got there, her two pals, who'd arrived at the all-but-purchased place with their realtor, weren't exactly enjoying their time in the swank unit. The three had just spotted [...]

Morning Roundup: Mystery Edition

All I'm saying is it would make a great frame for a mystery novel. Local art school announces it won't be using that extension campus after all, thanks, and is selling it to a family that will turn it into an art museum/boutique hotel. The same educational institution then announces it's presenting an exhibition of [...]

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