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D.C. Firefighters Claim the City Is Refusing to Pay Their Pension Benefits
Five current and former Black firefighters were promised pension funds. Decades later they’re ready to retire, but where’s the money?
Rent Control Debate Devolves Into Chaos as Mendelson, Pinto Try to Outmaneuver Progressives
The Council couldn’t agree on a cap on rent increases for tenants in rent-controlled units, as several competing proposals snarled progress.
Resistance from D.C. CFO Forces Progressives to Scramble for SNAP Benefits, Excluded Workers
Ward 4 Councilmember Janeese Lewis George was forced to turn to a risky funding source for her big priorities.
Good Taste: Rooster & Owl’s Fledgling Ellie Bird Flies High in Falls Church
The slightly more casual outlet delivers serious fun and flavor.
Activists Heartened by Revisions to City Plan for Eden Center Area
Among the demanded revisions are renaming the area Little Saigon East, prioritizing anti-displacement, increasing parking, and commissioning Vietnamese public art.
Good Taste: Petite Cerise Offers a Grand Tour of French Cuisine
The new restaurant from Dabney chef Jeremiah Langhorne is serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner in Shaw.
The NGA’s Latest Exhibition Considers the Art of Dante’s Divine Comedy
On view at the National Gallery of Art through July 16, Going through Hell: The Divine Dante is an introspective journey home.
Across the Spider-Verse: Every Spider-Man Everywhere All at Once
More Power, More Responsibility, More Everything. And it all works in the Into the Spider-Verse sequel.
Secret Family Recipe: Michelle Brafman Talks Swimming with Ghosts
The local author and John Hopkins professor releases her third novel, a gripping family drama, on June 13, but first she’s talking at Politics and Prose on Saturday.