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DC's rising food stars predict the next big thing

Italian-Korean fusion, "weird" pop-ups, and "pickled everything on everything" will elevate D.C.'s food scene in the next year.
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DC's hotel scene goes micro

Soon you will be able to stash your out-of-town guests for a few nights in a itsy-bitsy, teeny-weeny micro-hotel. Hey, if micro-apartments are a thing, why not micro hotels?
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What it's like to be an indie filmmaker in the District

The District's film scene is alive and kicking, as our interviews with these four filmmakers show.
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Tonight: Arts After Disaster

In recognition of September as National Emergency Preparedness Month, the panel will explore the importance of the arts and humanities during community pre and post-recovery efforts following natural and man-made disasters.
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Who's Hiring in DC: MG2, Digital Promise, TechChange

Once again, Elevation DC brings you jobs at the fastest-growing startups in the District.
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Hacking away at poverty

Bread for the City’s social workers are using technology to cut down on red tape to better serve impoverished DC residents. 
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The art of preparing for disasters

Mary Tyszkiewicz is using improv to help people prepare for  and recover from disasters. 
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Artisan olive oil shop opening in Cleveland Park

Family owned business Secolari is bringing its olive oil, vinegars and other food items to Cleveland Park. 
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New website promotes products made by black entrepreneurs

An Arlington, Va., entrepreneur has launched a new website that promotes products made by black business owners. 
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Mount Vernon Triangle apartment building moves forward

A long-planned apartment building at 455 I St NW received a permit last month.
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At DCPL's new maker space, motto is "if you build it, they will build it"

The investment proves that the library isn't just about books anymore; these tools give people new ways to interact with information, library associate Joseph Koivisto says.
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Local author crowdfunding YA diabetes book

Native Washingtonian James Arawole says "Blood is Thicker Than Sugar" is the only young adult novel of its kind.

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