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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.
Inside Voices: Greg Bolden Served 16 Years for Murder. His Artistic Ability Saved Him.
“Art was my freedom,” he says.
You Can’t Fix What You Can’t Face. How Our Education Governance System Is Failing Us.
D.C.’s version of mayoral control of schools suppresses accurate data and discussion about education issues. We don’t have to go back to the old system to fix that.
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.
Sticky Entanglements Presents an Amorphous Carnival of Bodies
At Transformer’s irresistible, immersive installation by Beth Yashnyk and Fanni Somogyi, you can’t tell where one begins and the other ends.
Elizabeth Lane Is This Year’s Young Songwriter Award Winner
Part of the Bernard-Ebb Songwriting competition, the prestigious title went to the 17-year-old singer-songwriter from Alexandria who has a show tonight at Jammin Java.
Don Letts, Big Boi, and More Best Bets for May 25–June 1
Black Pride kicks off today, Rebel Dread plays at NGA, one half of OutKast is in D.C., Emily King is at the Howard, and Magdalena Correa documents a declining culture.