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In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

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The D.C. charity joins a nonprofit shift from the gentrifying 14th Street corridor to a poorer part of the city.

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    D.C. now has a special liquor license for booze-filled cupcakes

    D.C. now has a special liquor license for booze-filled cupcakes

    The baked good cans have a maximum of five percent of alcohol per volume.

    Yet another reason to hate pollen: It may screw up your weather

    Yet another reason to hate pollen: It may screw up your weather

    Those pollen grains in the air that make you miserable may have a surprising and unwelcome side effect: heavier rain.

    Motorcyclist killed in Prince George’s County crash

    Anthony A. Armstrong, 32, of Temple Hills died in the Saturday collision.

    D.C. group files another motion to halt CSX tunnel project

    D.C. group files another motion to halt CSX tunnel project

    The group is appealing a District Court decision that denied its request for an injunction to halt reconstruction of the Virginia Avenue tunnel in Southeast.

    Who decides who can belong to a civic association?

    A Silver Spring civic association wanted to keep future townhouse residents out.

    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margaritas, tacos and sports

    Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with margaritas, tacos and sports

    Parties in the Washington region run the gamut from inexpensive happy hours to one-night-only menus and fancy cocktails.

    In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

    In a changing D.C., Martha’s Table plans a $20 million move to Southeast

    The D.C. charity joins a nonprofit shift from the gentrifying 14th Street corridor to a poorer part of the city.

    D.C. home prices have tripled in 15 years. Here’s how that affects low-income residents.

    D.C. home prices have tripled in 15 years. Here’s how that affects low-income residents.

    From 2001 to 2014, there was a 40 percent decrease in the rate of homeownership among low-income residents.

    Charter school founder, company agree to pay $3 million to settle lawsuit

    Charter school founder, company agree to pay $3 million to settle lawsuit

    Kent Amos, of Community Academy, had been accused of diverting taxpayer funds for personal gain.

    This Life: After a near-death moment, her life took a spiritual turn

    This Life: After a near-death moment, her life took a spiritual turn

    Karen Henson Jones was on the fast track when a heart attack derailed her ambition — and opened her eyes.

    Construction at Watergate hotel on hold after garage collapse

    Construction at Watergate hotel on hold after garage collapse

    Crews continue work to shore up the structure. Officials say they don’t know what caused the collapse.

    Two try to take guns through airport security, get caught

    Two try to take guns through airport security, get caught

    Virginians caught with handguns at National and Dulles airports.

    Today likely the toastiest since September in Washington, D.C. area

    Today likely the toastiest since September in Washington, D.C. area

    If Washington, D.C. reaches today’s forecast high of 85, it will mark the warmest day in 7-8 months.

    Loudoun County community calendar, May 3-10, 2015

    Events include Mother’s Day programs, nature outings and the Loudoun Bluegrass Festival.

    Loudoun nonprofit group teaches farming to students with autism

    Loudoun nonprofit group teaches farming to students with autism

    Legacy Farms is raising money to expand the program to a seven-acre parcel north of Purcellville.

    Tropical storm possible late this week near the Carolinas

    Tropical storm possible late this week near the Carolinas

    The year’s first tropical storm could form about three weeks ahead of the official start of hurricane season near the Carolinas later this week.

    Drivers beware: D.C. has added five more speed cameras to its fleet

    Drivers beware: D.C. has added five more speed cameras to its fleet

    Drivers caught speeding will receive a warning during a 30-day trial period. After that, it’s ticket time.

    $10 or less: ‘This Ain’t No Mouse Music,’ Korean Film Festival and a yoga workshop

    $10 or less: ‘This Ain’t No Mouse Music,’ Korean Film Festival and a yoga workshop

    The Going Out Guide recommends free or low-cost things to do this week.

    Accepted to all eight Ivies, Virginia student makes her decision: Harvard

    Accepted to all eight Ivies, Virginia student makes her decision: Harvard

    Thomas Jefferson High senior Pooja Chandrashekar got into 14 colleges and plans to study bioengineering.

    Photos: Flower moon adorns Washington, D.C. night sky

    Photos: Flower moon adorns Washington, D.C. night sky

    The May flower moon posed over Washington, D.C. Sunday night and made for beautiful pictures.

    Homeowner’s ‘tiki cottage’ by the Potomac approaches final stretch

    Homeowner’s ‘tiki cottage’ by the Potomac approaches final stretch

    After months of fits and starts, regulatory red tape and issues with contractors, the project takes shape just in time for summer.

    Part of Baltimore Avenue closed in Prince George’s County

    Tractor-trailer crash in Beltsville closes part of Baltimore Avenue.

    Columbia Pike closed early Monday morning

    Downed power lines cause road closure of part of Columbia Pike in Arlington.

    Buyers can get first glimpse of Bethesda’s luxurious Quarry Springs development

    Buyers can get first glimpse of Bethesda’s luxurious Quarry Springs development

    TOWN SQUARE | Fifty condos, to be built on the site of the old Stoneyhurst Quarry, will be priced from $1.5 million to $4.6 million.

    Spring surrenders to summer this week

    Spring surrenders to summer this week

    After only 4 80+ days so far this year - we have a chance to be that warm each day this week.

    Nationals vs. Marlins weather forecast: Like a summer night

    Nationals vs. Marlins weather forecast: Like a summer night

    It’s like a beautiful, comfortably warm June or August evening.

    As Baltimore mayor lifts curfew, National Guard begins pullout

    As Baltimore mayor lifts curfew, National Guard begins pullout

    Many pray for reconciliation as the city tries to regain its footing.

    With little choice, O’Malley defends Baltimore tenure

    With little choice, O’Malley defends Baltimore tenure

    As Martin O’Malley prepares to announce a bid for the Democratic ticket, the former Baltimore mayor appears to be embracing his record and faces critics of his “zero-tolerance” policing policies.

    D.C. police investigate fatal shooting of Prince George’s County teenager

    The slaying of the Oxon Hill youth occurred Friday night in Northwest.

    Students become ‘citizen scientists,’ track D.C.’s wildlife with cameras

    Students become ‘citizen scientists,’ track D.C.’s wildlife with cameras

    Their surprising discoveries — including a flock of wild turkeys — will be used by Smithsonian researchers.

    Local Columns

    John Kelly

    John Kelly

    Readers say old cars can get you where you want to go, even if it’s only in your imagination.

    Courtland Milloy

    Courtland Milloy

    After videos of men who died after police encounters surfaced, trust has eroded — and that hurts everyone.

    Petula Dvorak

    Petula Dvorak

    At a local barbershop, little surprise at flawed testimony from the FBI’s elite forensic workers.

    Petula Dvorak

    Petula Dvorak

    Florida mailman is part of a wave of homegrown, daffy, sometimes troubled activists descending on D.C.

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    Prayers for justice at Sunday’s Baltimore rally

    Much of the tension that wracked the city seems to have drained away after six officers were charged in Freddie Gray’s death.

    Historic U Street brings in the Funk Parade

    This year, the event’s second, organizers got permission to close a part of the street for revelry, and the party was on.

    Hope a scarce commodity in Sandtown-Winchester

    Misery and poverty have gripped the crumbling Baltimore neighborhood where Freddie Gray lived.

    Seeking justice in the death of Freddie Gray

    State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby said Friday that a medical examiner had ruled the death a homicide.

    Watergate parking garage collapses

    Firefighters rescued at least one person trapped in the garage, which was under construction.

    Nepal rescuers pull teen survivor out of the rubble five days after quake

    The stunned Nepali had survived almost 120 hours since the earthquake by breathing into an air pocket.

    In the aftermath of Baltimore riots

    Residents clean up from the looting and fires that plagued parts of the city Monday after the funeral for Freddie Gray.

    Justices hear arguments on same-sex marriage

    The Supreme Court takes on cases that could give same-sex couples nationwide a constitutional right to marry.

    Our Washington

    From waterfronts to monuments, Post photographers share their favorite D.C. spots.

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