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  • “WSC Woes continue” April 23, 2021
    “Dear PoPville, I’m wondering if any fellow ex-WSC members are being bombarded with multiple weekly voicemail messages trying to “win back their loyalty”. I’ve asked the Columbia Heights WSC folks...
    Prince Of Petworth
  • About that flipped car, 10pm Shots Fired in Petworth April 23, 2021
    Photo by K From MPD: “On April 22, 2021, at approximately 10:00 PM Officers were in the area of 4th and Delafield PL NW and observed several subjects discharging firearms....
    Prince Of Petworth
  • “Metro to begin multi-year escalator replacement project starting with Gallery Place April 26” April 23, 2021
    Photo by PoPville flickr user B F From WMATA: “As part of a $179 million investment to improve safety and reliability, Metro will begin work to replace the oldest, least...
    Prince Of Petworth
  • Random Reader Rant and/or Revel April 23, 2021
    Photo by Joanna Hiatt Kim You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you...
    Prince Of Petworth
  • Petworth PorchFest will be on Saturday, April 24th from 2-6pm! April 22, 2021
    Thanks to all who emailed about Petworth Porchfest: “Petworth PorchFest a neighborhood-wide live music event that will feature dozens of bands hosted on porches throughout Petworth. The event will celebrate...
    Prince Of Petworth

RSS Washingtonian

  • U.S. Embassies Can Once Again Fly Rainbow Pride Flags April 23, 2021
    Secretary of State Anthony Blinken has given U.S. embassies and consulates around the world blanket permission to fly the Pride flag on the same pole as the American flag, reported Foreign Policy on Thursday. The authorization is a shift from the Trump administration, during which embassies in Brazil, Germany, Israel, and Latvia were denied requests to raise […]
    Daniella Byck
  • Today at 11: Chat With Food Critic Ann Limpert April 23, 2021
    Join us today, April 23 at 11 AM to chat with Washingtonian restaurant critic Ann Limpert. Have a question about the latest batch of Michelin honorees? Curious about what’s happening over at Buzzard Point? Or maybe you just need a dinner recommendation. Leave a question now, then join Ann this morning for an answer.   Loading…
    Washingtonian Staff
  • Earth Day, Sneaker Art, and a Vintage Market: Things to Do in DC, April 22-25 April 22, 2021
    It’s almost Friday! Assistant Editor Daniella Byck back again. We’ve got Earth Day events, a sneaker-art exhibition, and where to find vintage goods.   Happy Earth Day to everyone, but especially landscape king Bob Ross. Here’s what you should check out this weekend: Open book: Read al fresco at Capital Book Fest, a pop-up bookshop in […]
    Daniella Byck
  • Madam’s Organ Wants to Reopen With Vaccine Passports April 22, 2021
    Adams Morgan blues bar Madam’s Organ has been closed ever since restaurants and bars were forced to shut down on March 16 of last year. Now, though, owner Bill Duggan is vaccinated. He’s helped get all his employees at least their first shot and offered them rides to appointments as far away as Baltimore. Many […]
    Jessica Sidman
  • Weed Will Be Legal in Virginia by Summer. Here Are the Rules. April 22, 2021
    Marijuana will become legal in Virginia on July 1. Here’s what you need to know to partake responsibly. Will I be able to legally buy weed in Virginia now? Nope, but that’s not long off. Marijuana sales will become legalized in 2024, once the state has a regulation system in place. What about in DC, […]
    Jane Recker

RSS The Washington Times stories: News

  • Ex-Waukesha student who was shot by police reaches plea deal April 23, 2021
    WAUKESHA, Wis. (AP) - A former Waukesha South High School student who was shot by police inside a classroom in 2019 has reached a plea deal on a long list of criminal charges from that case and others that followed. Tyrone Smith, now 19, will be sentenced April 29, though ...
  • Review of police during Huntsville protests cites problems April 23, 2021
    HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - A civilian board that reviewed police actions during protests in Huntsville last year found that some officers crossed the line in using gas, rubber bullets and other means to break up demonstrations following the police killing of George Floyd in Minnesota. The protests were relatively peaceful ...
  • The Latest: Tracker credits Biden summit on emissions gap April 23, 2021
    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Latest on President Joe Biden's global climate summit (all times local): 9:10 a.m. An analysis shows President Joe Biden’s climate summit and the run-up to it cut the so-called emissions gap, a crucial measurement used to see if the world can limit global warming, by about ...
  • Oregon sued for charging inmates for medical devices April 23, 2021
    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - A class action lawsuit has been filed claiming the Oregon Department of Corrections is violating the Americans with Disabilities Act because it charges prisoners with disabilities for prosthetics and other medical devices they need. The suit was filed this week in federal court by Portland ...
  • Principal reinstated then put back on leave hours later April 23, 2021
    VANCOUVER, Wash. (AP) - A high school principal who was placed on leave amid an investigation was reinstated only to be placed on leave again. Evergreen Public Schools on Thursday placed Mountain View High Principal Matt Johnson on paid leave for sending an email to staff saying the complaints ...


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