Travis Vaughn
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‘Go out’ before you go to work: Morning rave dances its way into the District

WASHINGTON — Most adventures that involve flashing neon lights, electronica beats, break dancers and acrobats with hula-hoops usually end in the early hours of the morning. But in the case of DAYBREAKER, that’s when the…

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