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1500 block of 7th Street, NW. Photo by Vic Jain

Started getting tons of messages around 8:30pm last night about a big fire department response next to the Passenger in Shaw. Fortunately, and in my wildest dreams I could not make this up, “Upon gaining entry found an unattended smoke machine that activated.”

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1515 17th Street, NW Yo! Look what’s coming to the former Mr Yogato space in Dupont!! Thanks to Gregg for sending:

Thanks to Tracey for sending: “It has been a while since I’ve seen a car that had its wheels stolen. Saw this one today on 7th St NE between F…

1926 17th Street, NW Thanks to Daniel for sending: “Childhood cafe (old three fifty bakery on 17th) is opening”. Childhood Cafe shares on their IG:

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Looking for something campy, ridiculous and totally fun!? Then pitch your tents and grab your pokers and come to DC’s ONLY Drag Brunch Bingo hosted by Tara Hoot at Whitlow’s! Tickets are only $10 and you can add bottomless drinks and tasty entrees. This month we’re featuring performances by the amazing Venus Valhalla and Mari Con Carne!

Get your tickets and come celebrate the fact that the rapture didn’t happen during the eclipse, darlings! We can’t wait to see you on Sunday, April 21 at 12:30!

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Come celebrate and bid farewell to Frank Albinder in his final concert as Music Director of the Washington Men’s Camerata featuring a special program of his most cherished pieces for men’s chorus with works by Ron Jeffers, Peter Schickele, Amy

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