Post reporters prove their mettle, Sixth and I gets profiled in the New York Times, another local Massage Envy victim speaks out, and other news of the day over in the District.
- Project Veritas gets caught bigly. [Post]
- What clearing homeless encampments actually accomplishes. [Post]
- Federal grand jurors think a raise is in order. [Post]
- (Real) winter is coming (in 8-10 days). [CWG]
- What Seth Hurwitz has to say about the D.C. music scene. [WAMU]
- How much people are making by renting out their parking spot. [Post]
- Talking to the D.C.-based founder of #OscarsSoWhite. [WCP]
- New restaurants to get excited about. [Washingtonian]
- The GLOW returns to Georgetown. [NBC4]
- Another woman publicly comes forward to report sexual abuse at area Massage Envy. [NBC4]
- What D.C.-based athletes are investing in. [WBJ]
- Advice for Giving Tuesday. [WAMU]
- Jose Andres offers CFPB staffers a free drink. [Washingtonian]
- On Sixth and I Synagogues’s hybrid of worship and the arts. [NYT]
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