Our local ex-con TV critic returned to review another season of "Orange Is the New Black."
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For now, D.C. can still require people who want to carry a gun to show they have a "good" reason.
A new report says D.C. employers who change work schedules at the last minute cause severe economic hardship for their employees.
Our annual Food Issue is back, with a restaurant and bar for every occasion.
Capitol Hemp, the Adams Morgan shop that was forced to shut down in 2011 after police raided it, will reopen.
A new lawsuit claims an attorney's corpse went unnoticed in Metro's Judiciary Square station for four days.
"I've burned so many bridges on my way here. This is very strange."
How is the mayor wooing Dan Snyder to build a football stadium in the District? We've got details.
Our cover this week's features stories about Capital Pride's evolution, Walt Whitman's gay D.C., and LGBTQ immigrants.
D.C.'s first rooftop farming company has launched.
The anonymous vandal who tagged the forthcoming Subway in Mount Pleasant spoke to City Paper in an exclusive interview.
More than 100 people gathered Friday evening for a candlelight vigil for Tamara Gliss, a mother shot outside of her home in Shaw last week.
Local reporter Charnice Milton, who covered wards 6, 7, and 8 for Capital Community News, was shot to death on Wednesday.
Advocates are taking what they learned at Malcolm X Park, a federal park pulled from the grips of drugs and violence, to Marvin Gaye Park in Ward 7.
The recent Gothamist piece on reasons to "actually" visit D.C. was strangely preoccupied with one hotel in Dupont.