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John Falcicchio, One of Bowser’s Closest Advisers, Suddenly Departs for the Private Sector
Bowser’s only chief of staff since winning office is leaving the administration under vague circumstances.
The Sexual Revolution Will Be Nuanced
For leaders of D.C.’s first sexology summit, pleasure and sex are inextricable from liberative movements.
A journey past D.C.’s liquor stores with staff photographer Darrow Montgomery
Zinnia Crew Revs Up Motorkat in Takoma Park’s Republic Space
Expect wood-grilled dishes and a vibrant raw bar program when the restaurant opens next month.
A Different Kind of Buzz: Drunk Fruit Brings Asian-Inspired Drinks to the DMV
The company sells hard seltzer in flavors such as lychee, melon, and yuzu.
Good Taste: Downtown’s Little Chicken Boasts Irresistible Big Chick Energy
The collaboration between Casey Patten, Gerald Addison, and Chris Morgan brings bronzed and brined chicken to 15th Street NW.
John Wick: Chapter 4 Is More and Less, More or Less
Trigger Warning: The stylish shoot-’em-up franchise is running low on imaginative ammo.
Swing Beat: Washington Women in Jazz Festival, 13 Years and Counting
Calling all jazz fans: There’s still plenty to see and support at this year’s event, including Friday’s Emerging Artist Showcase.
Like the Music Itself, Jagged Little Pill Is a Powerful Domestic Drama
The jukebox musical based on Alanis Morissette’s preeminent album might be rooted in ’90s nostalgia, but works surprisingly well translating rock songs for the stage, recontextualizing them, and giving them new meaning.