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While fitness rooms are fast becoming a staple of D.C.-area apartments and neighborhood gyms abound, some renters prefer to stay home to work out. And they’re finding it easier than ever to stay in shape without forking over loads of cash.

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For “Mission: Try to Remember Where the Punctuation Marks Go,” Wade Eastwood had one of the most important jobs, and he has no shot at being recognized for his work on any sort of public level.

Column | The first-round pick from Iowa would have fit in well with Washington's famed offensive linemen of the past.

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United has reached the top of the Eastern Conference through a collective effort rather than through the exploits of an individual superstar.

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Heller's, the iconic bakery that served Mount Pleasant for more than 80 years, closed in December of last year and the space has sat vacant since. The landlord confirmed that the new tenant will be a project from Nick Pimentel, co-owner of Room 11 and the upcoming Bad Saint.

You’ve blown your summer budget, and there’s still a month to go. Don’t sweat it. We’ve rounded up fun stuff to do for every day in August — and it won’t cost you a penny.

Go to one of D.C.’s many free open mic comedy nights, and you’re likely to get more than you paid for. Mixed in among the retrograde groaners are absurdist flights of fancy, thoughtful social commentary and bon mots worthy of their own Comedy Central specials. Not enjoying yourself? Take a trip to the bar or bathroom, and a new comic will have the mic by the time you return.

For those interested in continued education on the cheap, here's a list of some of the area’s most engaging and enlightening classes you can take for free

Let your conscience be your price guide at these attractions, which suggest but don't enforce donations.

When you’ve been running one of the most popular free activities in Washington for 25 years, there’s only one thing to do: Do it more.

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