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  1. Nightlife Agenda: Oktoberfest, pirates and Rocky Mountain oystersRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | The Washington Post

    Is there a better place to celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day than the Boomerang Pirate Ship? Tuesday, September 16 On the third Tuesday of the month, the Embassy of the Czech Republic and Bistro Bohem turn the Florida Avenue NW bar into an ad hoc theater. The series, called Czech Comedy Classics , includes the screening of a Czech film -- with English subtitles -- introduced by a member of the embassy staff, and everyone present gets a Czech beer on the house.

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    Friday Sep 12 | The Washington Post

    Tysons Corner is a popular destination for drivers using the 495 Express Lanes on the Beltway. The company that operates the 495 Express Lanes on the Capital Beltway in Virginia is launching a promotion with a dozen restaurants in the Tysons Corner area: Travel the toll lanes for free when heading to lunch at one of these spots.

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  3. Metro riders still finding their way around Silver Line's new stationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 10 | The Washington Post

    We're barely out of the summer vacation season , but the new parking garage at the west end of the Silver Line already is proving popular with Metro commuters. It won't be long before it's nearly as much of a car magnet as its larger neighbor to the north at the Shady Grove station .

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  4. 5MicroStrategy CEO reduces pay to $1 from $875,000 following criticism of stewardshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | The Washington Post

    MicroStrategy chairman and chief executive Michael Saylor reduced his annual salary from $875,000 to $1 and eliminated his annual cash bonus, the most recent in a series of management moves following criticism of his stewardship by several large investors. "Mr. Saylor believes that it is appropriate to reduce his compensation in light of the Company's cost reduction initiatives," Claudia Cahill, MicroStrategy's director of public relations, said in a statement.

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  5. MicroStrategya s Saylor reduces salary to $1 per yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 8 | The Washington Post

    MicroStrategy chairman and chief executive Michael Saylor reduced his annual salary from $875,000 to $1 and eliminated his annual cash bonus, the most recent in a series of management moves following criticism of his stewardship by several large investors. "Mr. Saylor believes that it is appropriate to reduce his compensation in light of the Company's cost reduction initiatives," Claudia Cahill, MicroStrategy's director of public relations, said in a statement.

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  6. Top Silver Line rail project executive announces his retirementRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 5 | The Washington Post

    Sam Carnaggio has been part of the Silver Line project team for more than a decade. One of the top executives responsible for overseeing construction of the first phase of the Silver Line rail project announced this week he is retiring.

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  7. In Washingtonian review, some read a below-the-toque swipe at Jose AndresRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 3 | The Washington Post

    A review of the America Eats Tavern in Tysons Corner made waves. A recent review in Washingtonian magazine of America Eats Tavern, the newest offering by celebrity chef Jose Andres, is the kind of take-down that leaves readers cringing .

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  8. Photogenic weather: A hot, stormy night in the D.C. regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 3 | The Washington Post

    CWG photographer Kevin Ambrose writes, "Poetic justice or bad timing? I couldn't go storm chasing this evening because I had to give a presentation to the Northern Virginia Photographic Society on storm chasing.

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  9. Tips on post-Labor Day commutingRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 2 | The Washington Post

    The work zone for the express lanes is in the middle of I-95 in Northern Virginia.

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  10. In tough times, contractors turn to creative marketing campaignsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Aug 30 | The Washington Post

    In the best of times, selling to the government is not an easy task. In the worst of times, it's even harder.

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  11. What a font switch says about the future of shopping mallsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 29 | The Washington Post

    You might see them while reading your favorite online magazine or scrolling through your Twitter feed.

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  12. Silver Line opened transit troubles for bus ridersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 29 | The Washington Post

    With the opening of the Silver Line, it seems that we need transportation experts with a holistic view.

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  13. D.C. area hiring cools off in July, unemployment risesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 27 | The Washington Post

    One week after new state-by-state employment data threw cold water on hopes of a summer rebound in the Washington area labor market, federal bean counters on Wednesday served up yet another round of job numbers, this time broken down by metropolitan region.

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  14. A Sport & Health sale has paved the way for D.C.'s largest fitness empireRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 26 | The Washington Post

    Sport & Health has 23 gym locations throughout D.C., Maryland and Virginia, including this club in Gainesville, Va.

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  15. Washington job market is lagging the rest of the countryRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 22 | The Washington Post

    When the nation plunged into a deep recession, the region fared better than most as the federal government cranked up stimulus spending.

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  16. With $1B in assets, Bank of Georgetown stays on courseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 22 | The Washington Post

    When Mike Fitzgerald and the late Curtin Winsor III founded Bank of Georgetown in 2005, they had no idea the Great Recession was just around the corner.

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  17. Real estate developers are merely playing by the rulesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 22 | The Washington Post

    You may demonize real estate developers and distrust their motives, yet few developers deserve distrust or demonization.

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  18. CoStar: Silver Line is boosting office market in TysonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2014 | The Washington Post

    With the opening of the Silver Line, planners are hoping to increase the number of residents in Tysons.

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  19. Meet the Silver Liners! We tagged along with a few new riders to see how it's goingRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2014 | The Washington Post

    By the end of its first week in service, the Silver Line was already attracting an average of 16,000 riders to its five new stations every weekday.

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  20. Metro Silver Line needed to be about more than one thing, or it wouldn't be worth itRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 13, 2014 | The Washington Post

    Robert Thomson is The Washington Post's "Dr. Gridlock." He answers travelers' questions, listens to their complaints and shares their pain on the roads, trains and buses in the Washington region.

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