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Capitol Hill building’s mystery: A fake second floor


There has been much made of Barracks Row’s exploding restaurant scene colliding with entrenched wealthy rowhouse owners — who are none-too-pleased about people coming to their neighborhood for $12 hamburgers and $6 Yuenglings and subsequent vomiting and public urination. Unfortunately … Continue reading

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Say goodbye to 295, I-495, Independence Avenue and friends


On Wednesday, I said goodbye to an old standby: The auto commute. No longer will I have to circumnavigate the Beltway or zip up the left lane of the BW Parkway, trying to break the standing Capitol Hill-Laurel record of … Continue reading

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Living in D.C.: Life’s little victories, Vol. 1


Partisan rancor, jerks biking, driving and walking, mayoral elections, and crime, oh so much crime. Enough! How about some stuff to be thankful for this Thursday. Here are some events that, though rare, can turn a bad day into a … Continue reading

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A tale of two cities’ transportation systems


With D.C. and Baltimore about 30 minutes apart by car or train on an exceedingly rare good day, residents of this region are lucky to have two very different big cities so close. Competing sports teams, unique cultures and a … Continue reading

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