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Signature Theatre Celebrates 25 Years of Dramatic Rule-Breaking

For 25 years, Signature Theatre has sought to produce risky new works and lesser-known or forgotten musicals and plays.
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Pro-Gun Attorney Asks Judge To Stop D.C. From Implementing Concealed Carry Law

The attorney whose lawsuit led a federal judge to toss out D.C.'s longstanding ban on carrying guns outside the home is asking that same judge to block an emergency bill passed by the D.C. Council last month that allows certain residents to carry concealed handguns.
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The Lasting Legacy Of Woodrow Wilson, D.C.'s Hometown President

Woodrow Wilson may be overshadowed by other presidents of the past century -- but his influence can still be felt in U.S. foreign policy.

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New Rhode Island Avenue Pedestrian Bridge In Place, To Open Next Year

A pedestrian bridge that will improve access to the Rhode Island Avenue Metro station began this week, promising a major boost in convenience for rail riders.

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Kaya Henderson Reiterates Support For DCPS Boundary Changes

D.C. schools chancellor Kaya Henderson says the controversial proposals to change school boundaries and feeder patterns would give the system stability.

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What Would You Ask The D.C. Mayoral Candidates?

In advance of tonight's debate, WAMU 88.5 asked voters for the big questions they want answered by D.C.'s mayoral candidates.

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Legitimizing 'Ridesharing' Would Shortchange Cabs, Says Jim Graham

A new proposal to legalize popular "ridesharing" services such as Uber and Lyft in D.C. would create an unfair system where regular taxicabs can't compete, critics say.
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D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier On Body Cameras

Kojo talks with District Police Chief Cathy Lanier about the initial rollout of new body cameras for metropolitan police, their implications on the ground and their impact.

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The Politics Hour - Oct. 3, 2014

Join us for our weekly review of the politics, policies and personalities of the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia.

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Eight Years Later, Violinist Joshua Bell Performs Metro Station Encore

World-renowned violinist Joshua Bell reprised his role as Metro station musician on Tuesday, but the turnout for his performance was considerably improved.