Artisphere couldn't survive without public funding, so Arlington County is shutting it down. But isn't art worth the money?
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The D.C. Council approved the mayor's proposal to expand the Summer Youth Employment Program, but not before a heated debate.
Martha's Table is the latest longtime nonprofit located on 14th Street NW to make plans to move east.
Another app that charges for restaurant reservations launches today in D.C.
WMATA tackles fare evasion.
Six animal tales from the District.
LaRuby May, whom Mayor Muriel Bowser backed in Ward 8, has a slim lead in the race to replace Marion Barry.
The polls are open in Ward 4 and Ward 8, in two races that will continue a major overhaul of the D.C. Council.
Dorothy Fauntroy has been waiting more than three years for her husband, missing former D.C. Del. Walter Fauntroy, to come back to D.C.
A judge rejected an ultimatum from the owner of Museum Square Apartments.
As Ward 8 picks Marion Barry's successor, the late mayor-for-life still dominates the ward's politics.
The D.C. Council is considering a bill that would let women in D.C. get a year's worth of birth control at a time.
Barbecue sauce from a beer tap is now a thing.
The D.C. area is one of the country's most welcoming regions to Uber and Lyft.
Former Councilmember Jim Graham is now organizing strip shows at the Georgia Avenue NW club, the House