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The sound of clattering dishes inside The Diner in Adams Morgan betrays the late hour as hurried servers scuttle between tables. While most people are getting ready for bed, the graveyard shift at this Northwest D.C. eatery is just getting started.
More and more chefs are turning to local farmers for the highest quality in meat and produce.
As the nation mourns the massacre in Newtown, Conn., Americans are banding together and committing acts of kindness in memory of the 26 lives lost last week.
A lack of grocery stores and fresh food options makes it difficult for residents of D.C.'s Ward 8 to lead healthier lifestyles.
What started as a simple relocation could turn into the death of a D.C. institution as Backstage, Inc., the city's only full-time costume retailer, struggles to find a new home.
For the women who play it, roller derby is more than a sport. Weeknights are scheduled around practices, weekends are taken up by bouts and broken bones are just part of the game.
As top officials were gathering to meet with leaders of the House Intelligence Committee about the sex scandal involving Gen. David Petraeus, his embattled biographer and alleged mistress holed up in a quiet Northwest D.C. neighborhood.
It's time for the Republican party to modernize or face the threat of extinction, says former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele.
Now that the election dust has settled, it's time to focus on what really matters: weekend fun. Celebrate photography, buy some handmade goods or honor America's veterans.
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Imagine D.C. without cars or people. Imagine the city's most iconic sites - the Washington Monument, Dupont Circle and Capitol Hill - completely still except for the moving clouds and changing light.