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Nellie’s Sports Bar Security Dragged a Black Woman Down the Stairs. Her Family Is Now Pursuing a Civil Claim.
Locals are also calling on D.C. to protest and boycott Nellie’s Sports Bar.
The most interesting action hinges on AG Karl Racine’s plans, which could set into motion a domino effect for the Ward 5 seat—Kenyan McDuffie is rumored to have his eye on the AG’s office.
Roughly 70 percent of all D.C. hospital employees have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
The Mount Pleasant grocer will donate a percentage of its annual revenue to eradicating troubling labor practices in Florida.
Ashok Bajaj replaces The Oval Room with a French restaurant led by Executive Chef Tyler Stout.
Wrapped, rolled, stuffed, and dropped: Global comfort food comes in perfect little parcels throughout the D.C. region.
Punk the Capital, now available on DVD and Blu-Ray, aims to tell the unlikely story of how the D.C. hardcore scene came to be.
On June 12, the Capital Pride Alliance will send the Colorful Pridemobile trolley to lead the parade around the city.
D.C. is fully reopened. Now let’s party.
"She has a very intense internal motivation, probably more than anyone that I've ever seen."
Gemmell, a 16-year-old rising junior at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, has qualified for seven events and will compete in the 50-, 100-, 200-, 400-, and 800-meter freestyle at the Olympic Trials.
Promuto, who died June 1 at age 82, played at 245 pounds, while men lining up on the other side of the line often outweighed him by 30 to 40 pounds.