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‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Takes Over Georgetown, D.C.

With classic cars from the 1970s and 1980s parked along P Street and Wisconsin Avenue — as well as having a nearby reconstituted Commander Salamander — Georgetown was, like ... totally '80s.

Closing Weekend for DC Jazz Festival

One of the highlights of this year’s festival: drummer Terri Lyne Carrington will celebrate the life of pianist Geri Allen on Thursday, June 14, at Sixth & I.

Parade Celebrates the Stanley Cup Champion Caps (photos)

Tens of thousands converged on Washington, D.C., on Tuesday, June 12, to cheer the new Stanley Cup champions with a parade down Constitution Avenue and a massive rally on the National Mall.

Warrior-Scholar Project Provides Education for Veterans

America is always looking for ways to help its military veterans — and education can provide one of the best. The Warrior-Scholar Project, headquartered in...

RAMMYs Shine Despite Industry Challenges

The industry has taken a hit this year from the sexual harassment scandals and Anthony Bourdain’s passing. Speeches at the D.C. ceremony emphasized the need for community and a spirit of togetherness.

Caps Paint the Town Red

Tuesday's Caps parade begins at 11 a.m. on Constitution Avenue — proceeding from 17th to 7th Streets NW — with a stage set up on the National Mall and the U.S. Capitol as the backdrop.

WAMU Reboots DCist

A relaunch party for the hyperlocal news site will take place this Thursday, June 14, at Blind Whino, featuring DJ Beauty and the Beatz, drinks, food trucks, games and custom screenprinted posters from Soul & Ink.

Wonder Woman Filming to Close Streets

The production team for the film "Magic Hour" plans to shut down Wisconsin Avenue from M Street to Volta Place from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 14.

Capitals Redeem Washington, D.C.

June 7 was the end of a 44-year quest by the Caps to win the big one, the Stanley Cup, that large, silvery trinket that had eluded them time after time, each time with more bitter frustration than the time before.

Fans Celebrate as Caps Take Cup (photos)

On June 7, the Smithsonian American Art Museum and National Portrait Gallery Building south facade lit up red.