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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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    Designed by iconic architect, industrial-chic building comes to Shaw

    Designed by iconic architect, industrial-chic building comes to Shaw

    The Northwest D.C. development has a contemporary style with walls of glass.

    Commuting: Metro delays for Tuesday morning

    Delays on Metro’s Red Line.

    In honor of the DC Senior Games, here are three other ways for persons of a certain age to shape up

    In honor of the DC Senior Games, here are three other ways for persons of a certain age to shape up

    Monday marked the opening of the 32nd Annual DC Senior Games. Read up on some non-Games programs that promise seniors plenty of fitness and fun.

    New Logan Square condos expected to get snatched up fast

    New Logan Square condos expected to get snatched up fast

    TOWN SQUARE | If it’s like the first phase of the project, the Logan Flats II units will sell out in the first weekend.

    Another hot, humid day in the 80s; rain showers likely this afternooon

    Another hot, humid day in the 80s; rain showers likely this afternooon

    We’re on track to have the warmest week of the spring, but we’ll see rain, too.

    Nationals vs. Marlins weather forecast: Scattered showers, comfortable temps

    Nationals vs. Marlins weather forecast: Scattered showers, comfortable temps

    The temperature is nice for a ball game, but there’s a chance of showers mainly early in the game.

    Yorktown girls’ soccer keeps rolling against Stuart

    Yorktown girls’ soccer keeps rolling against Stuart

    GIRLS’ SOCCER | The Patriots remained unbeaten this season and continued to get the best of their former district rivals.

    Hit twice by same truck, sheriff’s deputy fires at driver

    Hit twice by same truck, sheriff’s deputy fires at driver

    The woman whom the Calvert County deputy fired at was not injured.

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    D.C. music community mourns the loss of Junkyard Band member

    D.C. music community mourns the loss of Junkyard Band member

    Derek Colquitt, bass player for the D.C. go-go group "Junkyard Band," died from injuries sustained from a motorcycle accident in Charles County, Md., on Sunday.

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    Watergate residents without hot water following garage collapse

    Watergate residents without hot water following garage collapse

    Some Watergate residents are still without hot water and others unable to retrieve their cars, after a garage collapsed on Friday at the complex.

    Burned firetrucks were ‘part of the family’

    Burned firetrucks were ‘part of the family’

    Volunteer firefighters in Prince George’s County work to replace two trucks lost in April blaze.

    Va. attorney general gives abortion rights advocates a boost

    Va. attorney general gives abortion rights advocates a boost

    At issue are strict, hospital-style building regulations applied to the state’s 18 abortion clinics.

    Junkyard Band loses bassist Derek Colquitt in motorcycle crash

    Junkyard Band loses bassist Derek Colquitt in motorcycle crash

    Colquitt was the D.C. go-go band’s manager. His girlfriend, Jeri Whorton, was killed Sunday, too.

    Maryland high school senior killed on the brink of prom, graduation

    Maryland high school senior killed on the brink of prom, graduation

    Weekend crash leaves relatives and Howard High School friends mourning 18-year-old Garrett Bonin.

    Paul L. Vance, former Montgomery County schools superintendent, dies

    Paul L. Vance, former Montgomery County schools superintendent, dies

    Dr. Vance, 83, also led D.C. Public Schools during nearly a dozen years as a superintendent.

    Poor D.C. babies are more than 10 times as likely to die as rich ones

    Save the Children report highlights how income inequality translates into infant deaths.

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    A poem for Baltimore: 'Where the power at?'

    A poem for Baltimore: 'Where the power at?'

    Baltimore poet Janay Baker reads an original poem for The Washington Post, looking back on the city's week of protests.

    D.C.-area students are finalists at National Science Bowl

    D.C.-area students are finalists at National Science Bowl

    Roberto Clemente, BASIS D.C. middle schoolers and Thomas Jefferson high schoolers finish 2nd.

    Md. lawmakers urge Gov. Hogan to approve Purple, Red light-rail lines

    Md. lawmakers urge Gov. Hogan to approve Purple, Red light-rail lines

    Letter from 60 legislators is the latest effort to convince Hogan that the transit systems are worth the money.

    Daikaya will show two weeks of sumo matches, because why not?

    Daikaya will show two weeks of sumo matches, because why not?

    Forget the ballgame. Diners at the Chinatown restaurant will be watching a different kind of sport.

    Gov. Larry Hogan, National Guard leave Baltimore as city stays calm

    Gov. Larry Hogan, National Guard leave Baltimore as city stays calm

    Gov. Larry Hogan closes temporary office; likely to rescind state of emergency order by Wednesday.

    Continued warm, Tuesday brings a chance of showers or a storm

    Continued warm, Tuesday brings a chance of showers or a storm

    Most spots got into the mid-80s today, but at least it was a “dry heat.” Expect similar temperatures tomorrow, plus a little more humidity.

    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.

    Study shows how pollen seeds clouds and may change the weather

    Study shows how pollen seeds clouds and may change the weather

    Those pollen grains in the air that make you miserable may have a surprising 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.

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    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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