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If it's too hot and sticky to walk to the store to pick up a refreshing treat, you're not completely out of luck. One local resident is finding an unconventional and convenient way to cool down the city's ice cream lovers, just in time for the dog days of summer.
D.C. United fans are ecstatic about plans for a new stadium, but many are wary that the deal could still fall apart.
A D.C. man pleaded guilty to second-degree assault on Wednesday after striking a Prince George's County police cruiser and almost hitting a police officer last August.
D.C. Fire and EMS has been pulling ambulances because of faulty air conditioning. The move left Nationals Park without half the ambulances on hand as normal.
The opening of Libertine, Adams Morgan's new absinthe bar, has ushered in an era in the District where absinthe is now available without the veil of secrecy it wore for so long.
If there's one thing D.C. diners are familiar with, it's Restaurant Week. But for the third year, one local organization and its partners are putting their own spin on the food-focused week: The group is encouraging the hungry masses to eat locally.
It's time to cool off this weekend after the summer's most sweltering week -- and what better way to do so than taste the District's best cold desserts for free.
After graduating from The Field School in Northwest D.C., the Capitol Hill resident was accepted to Wellesley College to study engineering. However, instead of heading up to Massachusetts, Michels-Gualtieri followed a time-sensitive passion that took her halfway around the world -- and several feet in the air.
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