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Martha Rigsby, D.C.'s most frequent 911 caller ever. (Mark Gail for The Post)
After she averaged 13 ambulance rides a month, the judge asked her friend if they had any romance. He said they had dated once. Then the questions continued.
The one-term mayor exhaustively detailed his achievements in a two-hour speech at Dunbar High School.
Friday’s candlelight vigil on 16th Street NW protested grand juries not indicting white police officers who killed unarmed black men.
Holiday shows give talented locals their chance to shine.
Even as her home life imploded, Sareana Kimia continued her work, going to meetings, testifying, working and networking.
A public farewell for Marion Barry was held Saturday at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center.
The community residents who knew the former mayor pay their respects during a funeral procession.
The four-term D.C. mayor died Nov. 23 at 78. The public can pay their respects all day Thursday and Friday morning.
People formed a chain across I-395 on Sunday, and a die-in was staged in front of the Justice Dept. on Monday.
From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.
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