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    Summer Restaurant Week, D.C. Beer Week close out August dining season

    August is typically a quiet month in Washington and those of us left sweating it

    August 17th | by Kristen Hartke

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    Home loans likely easier to secure now

    Many mortgage lenders easing their credit standards

    August 11th | by Donna Evers

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    Hopeful glimmers

    LGBT education activists report small gains despite overall political hostility

    August 10th | by Dana Rudolph

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    Changing classrooms

    Apps, instruments and more give new spin to education standards

    August 10th | by StatePoint

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    Fight or flight?

    Trump-supporting Mom causes gay son strife

    August 10th | by Michael Radkowsky

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    The evolving paint colors in our homes

    From ‘70s oranges to today’s greys, a look at trends

    August 4th | by Valerie Blake

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    Viva L’Italia!

    Masseria, A. Litteri bring authentic Italian cuisine to Northeast Washington

    August 3rd | by Kristen Hartke

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    Shacking up for financial reasons is usually a bad idea

    Boyfriend wants to pick up where they left off but balks at proposed living arrangements

    July 28th | by Michael Radkowsky

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