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Boat crash on Potomac River injures 1, DC fire officials say

WTOP News 7/13 11:01P Kate Corliss
One person was injured after a boat crash on the Potomac River Saturday afternoon. Shortly before 3 p.m., DC Fire and EMS said the department received reports of a collision between a 24-foot private vessel, which was carrying two passengers, and...

Single case of measles confirmed in DC area

WTOP News 7/13 7:04A Matt Small
A person with a confirmed case of measles who visited an Arlington, Virginia, grocery store on July 1 is the same person who visited two spots in the District on July 2. The person, whose identity has not been released, may have exposed people to...

NATO’s 75th anniversary summit: A mix of success and setbacks

WTOP News 7/13 1:26A J.J. Green
The leaders of 32 NATO member countries were greeted in Washington on Tuesday by blazing hot sunshine, sweltering temperatures and the turmoil of political uncertainty as they kicked off the 75th anniversary and summit of the alliance. By the...

Historic DC church for sale in Dupont Circle at $5M asking price

WTOP News 7/13 12:05A Ciara Wells
Since 1894, the Church of the Holy City has called D.C. s 16th Street NW home. Soon, that is going to change. This week, the historic church was put on the market for the asking price of $5 million. The gothic revival church was built by two...

8 New Exhibits to View this Summer in DC

Washingtonian Things To Do 7/11 9:22A Briana Thomas
Take a break from the summer heat inside one of DC s art museums and galleries. This slate of new shows lets you browse the works of painters, collagists, and writers like James Baldwin, Claude Monet, and more. Multiplicity: Blackness in...

Le Dîner en Blanc Returns to a Secret DC Spot this September

Washingtonian Things To Do 7/11 8:24A Ike Allen
Le Dîner en Blanc—the annual event that sees thousands of Washingtonians gather white folding tables, white folding chairs, white tablecloths, and picnic dinners, with no idea where to go until the last minute—returns to DC Saturday, September...

Where to Find Free Outdoor Concerts This Summer Around DC

Washingtonian Things To Do 7/11 5:23A Omega Ilijevich
Summertime and outdoor music go hand in hand, especially around DC. If you can’t seem to win the lottery for the National Gallery’s ever-popular Jazz in the Garden series, don’t fret. There are still plenty of other outdoor music lineups to check...
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