Washington DC

D.C. Restaurant Week starts Jan. 13.

Restaurant Week Returns To D.C. This Month

The winter event features pre-fixed menus.
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Elizabeth's Gone Raw

D.C. Restaurants Highlighted On OpenTable Top 100

California had 22 restaurants highlighted, the most on the list.
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Lyft Scooter

These 4 Companies Will Place Scooters Across D.C. In 2020

City officials evaluated applications on a 198-point scale.
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Credit Card

D.C. Is The Worst In The Country At Money Management: Report

D.C. was ranked No. 32 for its average credit score.
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Bike Lane

Here's What To Know About The District's Newest Bike Lane Enforcement Rules

D.C.’s Department of Public Works had 272 officers who cover 109 locations.
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U.S. Capitol Building

Where To Find Drinks Deals During Impeachment Hearings

If you’re looking for somewhere to watch, here’s where to catch some deals.
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Washington Monument Passes Can Now Be Reserved Online

The Washington Monument reopened last month, and now visitors will be able to reserve tickets in advance. Starting for tours Oct. 19, tickets can be requested online at 10 a.m. Entry passes for up to 90 days in advance will be made available. More tickets will become available a day before the tour...
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Ted Lerner, Dan Snyder Appear On Forbes List Of Richest Americans

Several prominent DMV locals appear on the Forbes list of the world’s richest Americans. Ted Lerner, Steven Bisciotti, Mitchell Rales, Bernard Saul II, David Rubenstein, Jim Davis and Redskins Owner Dan Snyder all cracked the list. Lerner, who owns the Washington Nationals, was ranked the highest...
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Parking Near National Mall Could Become More Expensive

You soon might have to pay more than you’re used to in order to park near the National Mall. The National Park Service is asking for feedback on a proposal that would increase the hourly rate from $2 to $2.30. The bus fare would also increase from $6 per hour to $6.90 per hour. NPS said landscape...
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Capital Bikeshare Offering Unlimited 30-Minute Rides In D.C. Saturday

D.C. locals and guests will receive a free 30-minute Capital Bikeshare pass Saturday during an Open Streets event designed to promote sustainability and alternative forms of transportation. The event, scheduled from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., aims to encourage physical activity and create recreational...
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