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Early this year, the City Paper published its very first Answers Issue, a special edition dedicated to addressing our readers’ most burning questions about D.C. It was such a crowd-pleaser, we’re bringing it back on Jan. 24, 2013.
But first! You need to send us some questions.
Let me give you some examples of what we’re looking for: In January, I answered a reader’s question about whether actors could earn a middle-class living in D.C. After some reporting, I concluded that yes, it’s possible—-as long as acting isn’t their only gig. Elsewhere, Jonathan L. Fischer grappled with the undying and falsely premised inquiry, “Why do D.C. bands suck so much now?” Alex Baca explained kickball. Shani Hilton demystified Metro’s handrails. Our politics reporter told a guy where to pick up prostitutes. Etc.
Get it now? Good. Send us your questions, people! And use this handy form to do it.