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Imagine Vincent Gray mayor

According to a recent poll in the Washington Post, Vince Gray holds a 49-36 percent voter edge in the race to be D.C.’s mayor in 2011. With primary registration deadlines now passed in this one-party town, the polling picture is … Continue reading

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The way to one-up ‘The City that Reads’

Two alligators spotted in Chicago. (Love the cutline on this story: Actual Picture Of Alligator). 18-inch reptile caught in Queens. Caiman snared by a kid in B-More. Godzilla in Washington? Well, not exactly. Sure we’ve got intersex fish in the … Continue reading

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Norman Rockwell in monochrome

Everyone should go see the Norman Rockwell exhibit at the Smithsonian’s American Art Museum. Despite the incredible egoism displayed by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg, who allowed their private collections to be presented on 7th St. NW, the exhibit offers … Continue reading

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