Many arts and entertainment workers applied for unemployment after the pandemic destroyed their industry. Receiving unemployment makes them ineligible for entertainment business aid from the District.
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Road closures and added security measures prevented workers from reaching their clients.
The big day is finally here.
The District’s COVID-19 vaccine program lead answers questions about how the vaccine rollout is going.
Best known for juicy burgers and a doro wat fried chicken sandwich, Mélange opened in September.
From nap-inducing Detroit pizza to Mexican pies inspired by tacos, D.C. is in for a treat.
Video footage and photographs included in social media posts cannot be used to substantiate an ABRA violation.
On Feb. 2, Montgomery College will host Amanda Gorman, the poet who read "The Hill We Climb" at the inauguration, for a public Zoom session.
For its annual photography contest, Exposed DC wants to see how you view the city and how you've experienced D.C. during the pandemic.
"I really hope that people who read this understand this was a person who bridged eras in a very remarkable way, who grew up during Jim Crow and then met six presidents."
"I'm excited to be known as Trinity Rodman and not just Dennis Rodman's daughter."
"Just because we’re not knocked down doesn’t mean that it’s not a sport."
Injuries and one of the league's worst defenses have eroded the early optimism for this year's Wizards.
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