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Try a new beer, cocktail or wine this month and these bars will donate money to breast cancer-related charities.

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You can do better than standard arena fare before and after the game or concert.

BFF's spuds are fried to order after two overnight rests.

One new documentary follows teen activist and Nobel Peace Prize winner Malala Yousafzai.

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The 22-year-old country singer performs at the Fillmore in Silver Spring on Sunday.

Work up a good fright with "D.C. Dead," celebrate Eighteenth Street Lounge's big birthday, welcome back the Washington Capitals and much more.

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Reyna Maradiaga says the Indian restaurant owes her $7,000 in wages and damages. The owner disagrees.

The $20 Diner learns that you don’t need to venture to the Eden Center for great pho. You can slurp it in Silver Spring.

Tom Sietsema says the bar is set higher this year — and so are his expectations.

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