Mom & Pop will feature food from a variety of fellow local businesses, including Red Apron Butchery, Gordy's Pickle Jar and Righteous Cheese.

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What and where to eat near the Mall on the Fourth of July

Whether you're taking out or bringing your own, here are tips on how to eat well during the holiday festivities.

Best summer beers: Stay cool and look cool with these refreshing brews

Suns out, suds out: These are the seasonal pours to look for, whether you're heading for a barbecue or a barstool.

Where to watch the Women’s World Cup

Support the U.S. team at packed bar parties and outdoor viewing events.

$20 DINER | Put on your shirsey, loosen your belt and find out which baseball stadium best feeds its fans.

Here’s what you need to know if you’re headed downtown to celebrate Independence Day.

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Look back at 50 years of mega-concerts at D.C.'s RFK Stadium.

Plus: Fort Reno finally announces its summer 2015 schedule.

The Beard-winning chef also agrees to pay back more than $277,000 in rent, according to court documents.

Looking for something smaller and a little less crowded than the spectacle on the Mall? Try a community parade.

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Rock a gold chain to a Beastie Boys-themed happy hour, celebrate Meridian Pint's birthday with $5 beers or prep for July 4 on a patriotic bar crawl.

Here's a guide to some of the coolest objects and interactive exhibits in the American History Museum's new innovation wing.

Court documents show chef R.J. Cooper and his wife owe more than $270,000.

Celebrate the Fourth of July in the District, attend an album release concert and movie screening.

Legendary swamp rocker brings his “One Extraordinary Year” tour to Wolf Trap on Tuesday.

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FIRST BITE | The North Carolina-based chain takes its first steps into Virginia with a stumble-filled menu.

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