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Black Female MPD Cops Are Seeking to Bring Their Claims of Discrimination and Retaliation to the 2022 Elections
Suits allege MPD leadership has discriminated and retaliated against Black female officers.
The bill also includes a requirement to notify families of positive cases in classrooms.
Elissa Silverman’s bill aims to remove barriers to help with unemployment claims.
Once a budding cook preoccupied with burying his past and googling French words, the D.C. chef is now a calm and confident leader.
Go to Hillcrest Heights for an enormous loaded potato, wings, soul food sides, pulled pork, and dessert egg rolls.
Chef Mykie Moll is serving potatoes five ways, plus an array of sandwiches and soups for breakfast and lunch.
The Chelsea Lately comic headlines back to back shows at Arlington Cinema and Drafthouse this weekend.
On their second album, the local sextet find new confidence in their ever-expanding soul-punk sound.
Gary Oelze and Stephen Moore’s new book captures the magic of Alexandria’s musical landmark over five decades of history.
The D.C. area is home to some of the country’s best girls’ basketball talent.
In his memoir, Running Against the Odds, the running coach details how cross-country changed his life for the better and how he hopes to pass on that passion to kids who may not be exposed to the sport otherwise.