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Meet the new job-creators in DC's fashion industry

With the opening of a "fashion incubator" in DC, aspiring designers now have a chance to learn about the business behind their passion.

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.

Despite budget cuts, DC presence at SXSWi expected to expand

DC at SXSW this year will include representatives from art, film, music and of course, tech. Going to the March fest? Check out the WE DC house.

DC's ArtJamz surpasses $1m in revenue, expands (to Islamabad!)

ArtJamz, the public art studio and lounge on Dupont that allows you to get down and dirty with your inner Picasso, has licensed its brand for use in Pakistan.

Startupland documentary premieres to sold-out crowds

Startupland, the documentary series about five first-time founders working in the nation's capital, premiered last night to sold-out crowds.

The HIVE 2.0 adds members, hosts the mayor and a wedding

Anacostia's coworking space, The HIVE 2.0, welcomes new members (and a wedding--really) and gets set to open Nurish Cafe.

New startup Preamp creates video previews of local live music shows

Preamp.fm has officially launched and wants to help you get your live music groove on.

Startupland documentary series launches Kickstarter campaign

Startupland is a documentary series about the five most recent Fortify Ventures accelerator graduates. Producer/director Justin Gutwein wants to raise $75K on Kickstarter. Are you in?

Fortify Ventures to produce documentary series

Fortify Ventures is creating a documentary series called StartupLand.

The Duke and the Duck hire one, plan to move

District-based the Duke and the Duck video and animation studio has hired a director of business development and is looking for new offices.

After five years, Anacostia BID is finally a reality

After a long process, the Anacostia BID has formed, elected its board, and begun the process of getting funded. The money should roll in by June.
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