One of Jay-Z's Albums Inducted Into Library of Congress

Twenty-five recordings are headed to the Library of Congress.
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Man Sued for Allegedly Renting Out DC School Fields and Pocketing Payments

The attorney general's office is seeking damages that could exceed $370,000.
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Hyattsville Park Created For 'Caucasian Inhabitants Only' Has Possible Name Change Looming

The city attorney now has three months to evaluate the legal requirements for changing the name of the park.
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Virginia McLaurin

DC Centenarian Turns 110 With Mayor Bowser and Baby Miranda

McLaurin first went viral when she danced with the Obamas in the White House.
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Missy Elliott

Missy Elliott Will Receive An Honorary Doctor of Music Degree in May

Elliott will also be inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame this summer.
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Duke Ellington

Duke Ellington Mural Returns to U Street This Spring

The mural was removed in 2012 and never restored.
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Honoring Women's History Month

We Honor Our Women Heroes -- Past & Present -- All Month

All month, we celebrate our hero trailblazers and the women who followed in their footsteps.
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Andy Shallal

Busboys and Poets Opens in Anacostia

The seventh Busboys and Poets location will be one of few sit-down restaurants in the neighborhood.
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WATCH: What Biggie told Joe Clair Right Before His Death

The interview was recorded on February 24, 1997.
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Jussie Smollett Indicted on 16 Felony Counts by Grand Jury for Alleged Attack

(1010 WINS) -- Things are only getting worse for "Empire" star Jussie Smollett: A grand jury has returned 16 federal counts of disorderly conduct against the actor for allegedly staging a hate crime attack in January. The grand jury returned the indictment on Thursday and accuses Smollett of...
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