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D.C.-area forecast: Passing showers amount to little through Friday, then a warm weekend
What is left of Irma is likely to keep us on the cloudy, humid side much of today.

Amenity-filled apartments to rise in Arlington
REAL ESTATE | The three seven-story buildings at the Trove will include a rooftop deck with a pool, cabanas, fire pits, grills, screens for movie nights, dining tables and amphitheater-style decks.


10 things to do in D.C., Maryland and Virginia from Sept. 14 to 20
Concerts and comedy should highlight your upcoming entertainment plans.

We chatted up Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon about her upcoming Yoko Ono tribute concert
Kim Gordon won't say exactly what she'll be playing at the Hirshhorn on Sunday, but it's probably safe to say that you won't be humming it on your way home.

In Potomac, Md., a nine-acre park anchors coveted Copenhaver
WHERE WE LIVE | A rural feel, spacious homes, good schools and a multifaceted private park draw residents.

Fairfax County police officer pleads ‘no contest’ to reckless driving charge
The officer was going 68 miles per hour in a 40 miles per hour zone with no emergency equipment on, as he responded to a crash.

Bob Dylan, Dead & Company and more just-announced D.C. concerts
Plus: How you can spend New Year's Eve at 9:30 Club or The Anthem.

Everytown, gun control group, turns on spigot in Virginia elections with $1 million
Group bankrolled by Michael Bloomberg is aiding Northam, Herring in the swing state

Metro’s crackdown on fare evaders is a shrewd move
Metro's current crackdown on fare evasion is a smart move, especially as the agency works to shift the culture inside and out — and its general manager is asking local partners for more money

Think-tank questions cost, assumptions of Gillespie tax cut plan
Institute also targets the more modest cut proposed by rival Northam

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