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Hotel at a Glance: Hotel RL Washington DC
For a vacation home base in the nation’s capital, it’d be hard to do better than Hotel RL. It’s located in Dupont Circle, one of DC’s best-known neighborhoods and chock-full of intriguing restaurants, bars, and art galleries. Just two blocks from the hotel is the Dupont Circle Metro stop, which you can use to explore the city at…

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With just his two feet, a pair of tap shoes and a simple plank of wood, tap dance superstar Savion Glover can make it sound like an entire syncopated platoon is marching onto the scene. And, wearing his signature laid-back smile all the while, he makes it look so easy. Glover's latest production, "All FuNKD' Up The ConCert", highlights his mesmerizing interplay of percussive genius, once again proving why he's been dubbed "the greatest tap dancer who has ever lived" ("New York Times")…

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It's been ten years since Kevin and Theo's wedding -- one of the first legal same-sex marriages in the country. In celebration of their ten year anniversary, the couple hosts a dinner party for their families, inviting loved ones over to their gorgeously renovated condo for an evening of philosophical conversations and overcooked lasagna. But when Kevin and Theo reveal the secret behind their seemingly perfect…

It's 1833, and change is coming to rural County Donegal. While a hodgepodge group gathers at an Irish-language hedge school to study classics of Greek and Latin literature, British army engineers arrive to map the country, draw new borders and translate local place names into the King's English. Languages and histories collide, kindling romance and inciting violence. A modern classic from an Irish master, directed by…

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In a Vietnamese refugee camp in Arkansas circa 1975, two bereaved Saigon natives find love in a strange new land. So goes "Vietgone", a bold new romantic comedy by "geek theater" impresario Qui Nguyen, an artist famous in New York for productions packed full of martial arts, sword fights and puppetry. Based on the lives of his own parents, "Vietgone" is a slightly more subtle affair…

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Morocco’s Party of Justice and Development sought to show that it is possible to carve out a larger role for government while remaining loyal to the palace.

TAMPA A man suspected in the fatal shooting of his mothers boyfriend was taken into custody after a SWAT team entered an apartment near the shooting scene.Tyler Bardin, 22, was hiding at the time

Presidential Chair Geri Richmond says ‘it’s time to give back’ to Sigma Xi for an award that boosted her career path

While one company currently dominates the Infrastructure as a Service scene, ten years from now the state of IaaS could very well tell an entirely different story.

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) - So what ever happened to the real Billy Sims Heisman Trophy
Sure, the legendary Sooner running back sold the prestigious award - twice it turns out. But what happened then?
That remains a mystery.
The question came up again this year when an Arkansas sports memorabilia dealer admitted to creating a phony Sims Heisman Trophy and other fake merchandise to commit widespread fraud, The Oklahoman reports .
Last week, a judge in Chicago sentenced John Rogers to 12 years…

NASA reaches third round of funding for "tipping-point" technologies and is looking for investors to upgrade its commercial application capability.

It's easy to get hooked on HGTV home makeover shows or fill a Pinterest board with things you'd love to have in your home. Our wish lists include new furniture or lighting or whole rooms completely redone. Houston architects, designers and builders have had a busy year creating beautiful new spaces for this growing city. Then there's the devastation wreaked by Hurricane Harvey: Flooding and other…

Karen Brun stared in awe at the grainy black and white image on the TV, watching a man in a giant white suit plant a flag on the moon. It was 1969 and Brun was sitting in the living room of her family's Trinidad and Tobago home: Was this even real? Her fascination with space was cemented that day. And though she never became an astronaut, the now-56-year-old is giving back to NASA in a different way. She's helping the space agency prepare…

Restoration success is often hampered by the failure of less dominant competitors to establish. An emerging literature on priority effects suggests the manipulation of community assembly as a useful technique...

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Tom Coomer, 79, outside of the Walmart where he works five days a week in Wagoner, Okla, on Nov. 16. Coomer used to work at the McDonnell Douglas plant in Tulsa before it closed in 1994. He and many of his co-workers could never replace their lost pension benefits and face financial struggles in their old age. (NICK OXFORD/Nick Oxford for The Washington Post)
TULSA — Tom Coomer has retired twice: once when he was 65, and…

Rep. Diane Black announced Wednesday that she plans to step aside as House Budget chairwoman to focus on her gubernatorial campaign.

Certain aspects of the tax reform bill signed by President Trump last Friday create significant year-end planning opportunities for businesses that are able to act quickly.

Andrew McCabe has faced months of criticism from Republicans in Congress and Trump.

Job growth and spending at an existing firm should be worth just as much in incentives as new jobs and capital investment brought in from outside.

DC Harvest is a scratch made kitchen and bar serving a seasonal menu highlighting a healthy approach to upscale dining. Cuisine is modern American, utilizing specifically sourced products from local farms and vendors. To pair with our menu we offer local beers, wine and creative house made cocktails.

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Democratic lawmakers decry GOP inaction on spending negotiations, while union officials note lack of communication.

Evan Longoria mentioned several times during Wednesdays conference call that he needed time to organize his thoughts for a proper goodbye that would appear as an ad in todays Tampa Bay Times. But h