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Tweet Follow me Washington PostAfter more than two decades in the making, the Marriott Marquis, Washington D.C. opens for business Thursday at noon. The $520 million hotel, which has an underground connection to the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, is the District’s largest …At last! Our first look at the completed Marriott Marquis Washington, D.C.Washington Business Journal (blog)An 87-Year Global Journey Comes Home – Marriott International Opens Its 4000 …MarketWatch all 10 news...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)It’s a part-time gig for Valenzuela, who’s also a bartender at City Tap House and Old Glory, and he’s about one month into a two-and-a-half-month contract. As part of the job, he visits as many as five to eight bars and restaurants a night, three or … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)For much, much more Dream City news, look for LL’s cover story in next week’s Washington City Paper, an oral history of the book and the second-generation appreciation for it. Photo by Darrow Montgomery. E-mail Will Sommer • Follow willsommer on Twitter. …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington PostThe Washington area continued to dry out Thursday after record-setting rainfall over the past few days. There was a slew of problems, from school delays to traffic backups, road closures and the evacuation of roughly 200 people from an apartment …Evacuation order lifted after Laurel floodingMyFox Washington DC all 26 news articles …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...

Tweet Follow me Washington Post (blog)An amazing 3-7 inches of rain fell through the heart of the Washington, D.C. metro region between Monday and early Thursday morning. The heaviest amounts fell just west of I-95 from western Prince William County through central Fairfax County, eastern … and more …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...

Tweet Follow me Flooding problems trouble DC region after heavy rainfallsWashington PostWith torrents of rain hitting the D.C. area Wednesday, the rainfall ranged from 3 to 6 inches, setting daily records in the region. The Washington Post’s Capital Weather Gang expected some showers Thursday but said they were likely to end by midmorning.DC road and weather closures on ThursdayWJLA all 3 news articles …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...

Tweet Follow me Bennington BannerWorld War II vet Edward Gray will be attending the U.S. honor flight that will be taking off on Saturday morning to Washington DC. Gray is a resident of Bennington, and the Vermont Veterans Home. (Holly Pelczynski/Bennington …Tulsa veterans take honor flight to Washington, DCKOKI FOX 23Dozens Of WWII Veterans Given Honor Flight To Washington, DCCBS LocalReluctant heroes whisked to Washington D.C. and back during Honor FlightNaples Daily NewsKPRC Houston –WZVN-TV –U-T...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)All this activity should make Park Morton the ideal candidate for the city’s New Communities initiative. The program, launched in 2005 under then-Mayor Anthony Williams, converts troubled public-housing developments into larger, mixed-income communities. …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me District Line Daily: Tender’s GameWashington City Paper (blog)A morning roundup of news, opinion, and links from Washington City Paper and around the District. Send tips and ideas to [email protected] Sign up: To get District Line Daily—or any of our other email newsletters—sent straight to your … and more …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Sioux CIty leaders lobby lawmakers in Washington, DC during steak receptionKTIVWASHINGTON, D.C. (KTIV) – It’s a 60-year-old tradition. Wednesday night dozens of Siouxland leaders in Washington D.C. for the annual steak reception. The event is the highlight of a two-day trip in the Nation’s Capitol aimed at getting support for … and more …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...

Tweet Follow me Tender’s GameWashington City PaperThe more genteel clientele of Henry’s included wild-eyed newspaper men from the Washington Star, located down the block, who used to drink daily three-martini lunches and dinners there when it was known as Ted’s Grill, on the corner of 6th Street SE. A … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City PaperIan Svenonius has spent decades in bands that present themselves as anything but ordinary—the Nation of Ulysses, the agitprop post-hardcore group he fronted till its demise in 1992, even seceded from the union. Svenonius is an immeasurably sharp and … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City PaperThe first person we see in Alexandria native Jeremy Saulnier’s Blue Ruin looks like a killer. With a bedraggled, long-haired Charles Manson look, Dwight (Macon Blair, also from Alexandria) is soaking in the tub of a house he broke into. He lives in a … and more …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)M.O.T.M. Standout Track: No. 1, “Aracari,” whose tropical dance groove evokes exotic beaches and rushing waves. Scant drums and bird sounds give way to a rising kalimba and pneumatic vocals—both sail gently throughout—providing an aerial take on … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)That show landed them a headlining gig this summer at the 9:30 Club, the famed venue whose business manager once told Washington City Paper “it’s not really 9:30’s style to book cover bands” in a 2005 article about why local ’80s cover bands, like the … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)The rain is falling, D.C. is under a flood warning until 3 p.m., and a flash-flood watch is in effect until tomorrow at 6 a.m. While the city hasn’t seen any extreme flooding today, according to DC Water spokesman John Lisle, the agency has a crew on … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington City Paper (blog)Two other city officials Orange wanted to question where nowhere to be found. Despite a request from Orange, Vince Gray chief of staff Chris Murphy and outspoken mayoral flack Pedro Ribeiro didn’t show. Of course, Murphy and Ribeiro weren’t exactly … …read more Source: Washington News From Washington DC Paper ...

Tweet Follow me Washington, D.C. Goofs Up Spelling Of ‘Liberterian’Daily CallerWith photographic evidence, he shows that Washington, D.C. has no idea how to spell Libertarian. They have it like this: “Liberterian.” The D.C. government is apparently following up on the matter. “Thank you. Will follow up with the appropriate staff … …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...

Tweet Follow me 27east.comWhen Southampton senior Jade Kalbacher traveled to Washington, D.C., earlier this month, she thought she was going for a scholarship presentation. But what she got was so much more.She found herself immersed in a weekend of conferences designed to … and more …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...

Tweet Follow me Stranded motorists rescued by boat as heavy rain continues through DC regionWashington PostMore than a dozen stranded motorists had to be rescued by boat Wednesday as heavy and persistent rain fell across the Washington region. The storm also led to more than a dozen street closures, downed trees and accidents on slick roads. While no … and more …read more Source: Washington D.C. News From Google ...