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D.C. Is Seen a Key Profit Zone
Baltimore
The first ESPN Zone opened last summer in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. (Post File Photo)

ESPN has announced that it will will build a sports-themed restaurant and entertainment complex at 11th and E streets NW. The restaurant is expected to open in the spring.

Ted and Jon's New Adventure
New Caps owners Ted Leonsis and Jonathan Ledecky sat down with Post editors to discuss a myriad of topics from why Abe Pollin chose them to succeed him to how to bring fans from the suburbs to MCI Center.

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