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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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Where to buy now: DC real estate experts dish on neighborhoods that should be on your radar

In the market for a home or condo? Prices keep going up in D.C.'s most popular neighborhoods, but that doesn't mean buying is impossible.
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New broadcasting rules bring indie radio stations to DC

Thanks to a new law, D.C.'s airwaves are about to get a lot more local.
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Beer in DC: better than ever, thanks to "co-opetition"

With four production breweries in the District and many new brewpubs open or soon to open, it's fair to say that D.C. is experiencing a microbrewery megaboom. But rather than pit new brews against each other, success seems to lift all brews.
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Join Elevation DC and Think Local First for a Cash Mob in Takoma

Support local businesses with a "cash mob." It's like a flash mob, but instead of dancing, you shop--and can win cool prizes. We're mobbing Takoma on March 14.
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'We dream of a big kitchen'

A Takoma Park nonprofit builds economic opportunity for low-income residents with a tasty new commercial kitchen.
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Do Good Summit rides wave of triple bottom line business

Businesses that emphasize not just profits, but also people and the planet, are thriving in the District. The second annual Do Good Summit aims to capitalize on that trend and take it to the next level.
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Takoma rabbi aims to run DC's first legal marijuana dispensary

Medical marijuana became legal in D.C. almost three years ago, but the city's first dispensary has yet to open. Now Rabbi Jeffrey Kahn wants to be the first.
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