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Formerly Incarcerated Howard Professor and Endocrinologist Featured in Video Series About Mass Incarceration
Dr. Stanley Andrisse says prison probably helped him become a doctor, but the trauma that comes with incarceration is unnecessary.
After Years Positioning Herself as a Housing Leader, Bowser Beats a Retreat in Her New Budget
Advocates and lawmakers are alarmed by Bowser’s proposals to walk back spending on development and rental assistance.
Bowser-Mendelson Battle Over Free Metrobus Program Peaks as Budget Season Arrives
The dispute is drawing in Chief Financial Officer Glen Lee as Mendelson pushes back against the CFO’s expansive authority.
Good Taste: Petworth’s Little Vietnam Goes Big With Fun, Flavor-Charged Fare
The small restaurant on Upshur Street NW serving rich and flavorful dishes has serious staying power.
Zinnia Crew Revs Up Motorkat in Takoma Park’s Republic Space
Expect wood-grilled dishes and a vibrant raw bar program when the restaurant opens next month.
A Different Kind of Buzz: Drunk Fruit Brings Asian-Inspired Drinks to the DMV
The company sells hard seltzer in flavors such as lychee, melon, and yuzu.
Lynn Nottage’s Clyde’s Is a Hangout Comedy That Packs a Punch
From the set to the smell, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright’s latest work satiates audiences’ desire for stories about regular people surviving in the margins.
Artist Maurice James Jr. on Creating a New Black Mythology
On display at three current exhibits—two in Anacostia—the local artist blends American history with Black culture to put a new story front and center.
Ballet Flamenco’s Sara Baras, Daytime Dancing, and More Best Bets for March 23–29
Extended Play revives our dance music scene, SheROCKS and DC History Conference turn 10, Sara Baras returns to D.C., and not one but three must-see art exhibitions.