Julianne Brienza has big plans for the future of Capital Fringe.
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The Smithsonian's National Museum of African Art says it will keep showing art from Bill Cosby's collection.
The team behind Founding Farmers plans to open a distillery pub in Mt. Vernon Triangle.
We wanted to send a photographer to the Foo Fighters blowout at RFK on July 4th, but the band's contract was outrageous.
A whistleblower suit revealed rotting food, fraud, and millions of dollars lost. Why is DCPS renewing its contract with Chartwells?
"This is plainly a Pepco amendment, lobbied by Pepco representatives."
Headways on the Orange, Silver, Green, and Yellow lines would increase to eight minutes.
"They're going to put us out of business," one vape shop owner says, "and they don't care."
The latest D.C. statehood bill was introduced in the Senate, where it will surely die.
D.C. has bet big on sports stadiums as economic engines and development tools. Are they worth it?
It's becoming a trend for the concert series.
The operator of the Metro train involved in January's deadly smoke incident asked for permission to return the train to the platform, but was told to wait in the tunnel.
Karl Racine resigned from nonprofit boards when he became attorney general, but two that he had ties to benefitted in a recent settlement with the city.
The D.C. Fire and EMS department has followed through on less than half of the recommendations made after a 2007 death.
The aperitif is beginning to have its moment in D.C.