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Why is Megaphone-Wielding Vince Gray Admirer Robert Brannum Attempting a Takeover of D.C. for Democracy?
One of D.C.’s staunchest political gadflies hopes to become chair of a leading progressive group.
What was it like for the most outspoken D.C. Housing Authority commissioners to watch as politicians removed them from the board?
The mayor raised a variety of concerns about the bill, but avoided a symbolic veto of legislation overhauling the lab.
D.C.’s biggest brewery is now a New York import that produces 15,000 barrels a year.
Chefs Chris Morgan and Gerald Addison and general manager Said Haddad met while working at the Michelin-starred Middle Eastern restaurant.
The seafood spot on the Howard University campus has roots in Virginia Beach and Portsmouth.
The classic rock-inspired artist discusses what makes his concerts “different every night” and his goals for 2023—like getting his music on streaming services.
The group has taken many forms over the years and performs intermittently, but Thad Wilson’s big band is still making great music.
Sanaz Toossi’s insightful play shows the pressure of cultural imperialism and asks: Does a different language make you a different person?