In just the past two months, the organization dismissed its head coach over allegations of verbal abuse, endured a COVID-19 outbreak, and has watched an ongoing public ownership power struggle. Fans have staged a semi-boycott.
WHAT TO DO IN D.C. TODAY:
A pediatrician talks with parents about children struggling with anxiety around spreading the virus.
Attorney General Karl Racine tries out his platform for mayor.
That depends on if you’re looking for special perks, rare finds, or new friends.
Grant Thompson is making three-inch thick satisfying pies just over the D.C. border in Capitol Heights, Maryland.
Chef Johnny Spero of Reverie is bringing a restaurant to Capitol Crossing inspired by nightlife in Spain’s Basque Country.
Over the course of three weeks, films of all types consider the implications and fallout of European colonization of the Americas.
The Transit of Shadows: An Allegory takes a deeper look at D.C.’s public transit hubs, on display to Oct. 17.
It’s shallow, mawkish, cloying, and clumsy, but I have a hard time completely writing off a film that can summon such powerful emotions in me.
“After exhausting all possibilities, the opportunity to safely operate and execute a live event is just not feasible at this time.”
Rabil’s retirement plans include working on PLL’s next broadcast TV deal, innovating the on-field product, scheduling expansion down the road, and evaluating the league’s eventual shift to a city-based model.
“We need to reset our culture and how we go about things, and we need to redevelop an identity.”