Tuesday Aug 26
DC Health closes restaurants after WUSA9 investigation
DC Health closes restaurants after WUSA9 investigation DC Health inspectors are making surprise visits to restaurants with health closure histories, suspending them again.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
The George Towner
Demonstrators Take to the Streets in Chinatown, Demanding Justice for Michael Brown
A large crowd, demanding justice for slain teenager Michael Brown, marched from Mount Vernon Square in Washington D.C. to the commercial district surrounding Chinatown on Aug. 23, temporarily stopping traffic at the intersections of 7th & H Streets, NW, under the Chinatown Arch, and 7th and F Streets, NW, near the Verizon Center.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Top Picks for D.C. Beer Week
The latest installment of craft beer mania is upon us in the form of the city's sixth annual DC Beer Week .
Sun Aug 17, 2014
DC program puts veggies on poor residents' tables
DC program puts veggies on poor residents' tables DC program puts veggies on poor residents' tables Check out this story on WUSA9.com: http://on.wusa9.com/1oGyLZQ WASHINGTON - "Oh, look!" said Loretta Haynesworth, 73, pointing to a collection of plump yellow and violet plums lined up in one of the stands on a recent weekend at the H Street ... (more)
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Craft beer enthusiasts excited for DC Beer Week
WASHINGTON Since 2008, brew masters and rookies alike have pulled up a bar stool at DC Beer Week , an event that has the craft beer boomtown excited and thirsty.
The Times of India
9/11 dust may have caused widespread pregnancy issues
The collapse of the two towers created a zone of negative air pressure that pushed dust and smoke into the avenues surrounding the World Trade Center site.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Washington Post
Groups team up for smartphone-based tour of Logan Circle
Unveiled in July 2013, the Logan Circle Heritage Trail guides visitors to notable sites in the neighborhood .
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Georgetown Residents Allegedly Don't Want Prison Art Sold Near Their Condos
Safe Streets Arts ' table by the Georgetown waterfront is filled with vivid paintings, postcards, CDs, and copper wire jewelry.
Wed Aug 06, 2014
The Washington Post
Black, Asian residents unite to save low-income building near Chinatown
Saving their D.C. apartment building seemed impossible, but the tenants association president resolved that he would try.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
Driver disguised in wig, bra, pleads guilty to fraud
A Maryland man who dressed up as a woman to fleece intoxicated passengers for more than $200,000 while driving a taxi in Washington, D.C. pleaded guilty Monday to first-degree felony fraud, according to the United States Attorney's Office.