Washington D.C.

A Free Fall Trip Is Leaving From D.C., But You Won't Know The Destination

Experiences, meals and lodging will all be paid for, according to the event description.
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Here's Why An African Market Is Coming To The Wharf Next Month

The waterfront display will include food and Afro-Soul and Afrobeats music.
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Black-Owned D.C. Funeral Parlor Closes From Gentrification, Fewer Funerals

The home had been in business for about 80 years.
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D.C. Police Searching For 394 People Who Rode ATVs, Dirt Bikes In Street

A surveillance camera recorded the group riding the bikes.
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D.C. School Dress Codes Impact Black Girls Most, Report Found

Charter schools also had more restrictions than public schools last year.
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Ward 8 Coucilmember Trayon White Claims D.C. 7-Eleven Selling Expired Food

White said he contacted the District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs.
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Broccoli City Fest Creators Establish Food Festival

Gourmet food and cocktails will be on hand.
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Buck Hill Mural Coming To U Street As Part Of MuralsDC Project

Six new murals are coming to the District. As part of the MuralsDC program, new artwork will be added to Wards 1, 2, 4, 5 and 7. The new mural on 14th and U streets will include jazz musician Buck Hill, Mayor Muriel Bowser said in a news release. “Murals and other street art are a rich part of DC’s...
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How A Rusty Van With Bullet Holes Turned Into One Of D.C.'s Most Popular Food Trucks

By Scott Gelman Matt Jones arrived at the D.C. intersection of 7th and F street on Wednesday afternoon prepared to order the same milkshake made in a retro van he has requested for five years. As owner Brandon Byrd emerged from the van, which blasts Motown classics, Jones ordered “The Jitterbug,” a...
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Get Your Tech Fixed For Free In D.C. This Weekend

In 2018, more than 500 residents attended the event.
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