District of Columbia


DC’s Go-Go Fitness celebrates 10 years

This is part of WTOP’s continuing coverage of people making a difference from our community authored by Stephanie Gaines-Bryant. Read more of that coverage. Danette “Dani” Tucker was 12 years old when her father took her to her first go-go. She referred to her father and her uncles as “go-go heads,” in an interview with WTOP.
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D.C. Attorneys Can't Find ICED EARTH Frontman & Insurrectionist JON SCHAFFER

Iced Earth frontman and noted insurrectionist Jon Schaffer seems to have disappeared. According to a report by The Republic, process servers attempting to physically notify Schaffer that the District of Columbia was suing him in federal court over his participation in the January 6 insurrection have failed to do so at least 25 times across seven different addresses in three separate states.

From the MPD Blotter

Arrests and other crime information in the area, directly from MPD. If you have a tip, you can always call 202-727-9099. You can also send info anonymously to the TEXT TIP LINE by texting 50411. Crime Solvers of Washington, DC currently offers a reward of up to $1,000 to anyone who provides information that leads to the arrest and indictment of the person or persons responsible for a crime committed in the District of Columbia.

Free flu vaccines available at several DC COVID Centers

WASHINGTON — D.C. residents are encouraged to get their free flu vaccine shots while supplies last. On Monday, Mayor Bowser tweeted that residents can access free KN95 masks, flu shots, vaccinations, boosters, take-home rapid antigen tests as well as a new self-administered PCR test at the following COVID Centers.

DC Weather: Monday brings lingering rain, breezy and cool temps

WASHINGTON (7News) — Our grey, cool and wet weather pattern will kick off this week. The upper-level system, that once was Ian, will slowly start to drift eastward Monday, so while the steady rain may start to taper off, the light rain and drizzle will linger. So, keep the warm rain gear with you all day long.

10 Virtual And IRL Things To Do Around D.C. This Week

EX MACHINA: La Maison Française hosts a segment of the DC Jazz Festival featuring opener CARRKEYS and the main event, The Orchestre National de Jazz. The orchestra will debut the program Ex Machina, a creation highlighting spectral music through live improvisations paired with a computer spewing electronic compositions. (Embassy of France, 7:30 p.m., $30)

A conservation group is glad the Bureau of Land Management is moving back to D.C.

Best listening experience is on Chrome, Firefox or Safari. Subscribe to Federal Drive’s daily audio interviews on Apple Podcasts or PodcastOne. Lots of people were unhappy during the Trump administration when the Bureau of Land Management headquarters moved from Washington DC to Grand Junction, Colorado. The idea was to put management near the lands they oversee. At least one support group, the Public Lands Foundation, is happy BLM is going to move back to DC. For why, the Federal Drive with Tom Temin turned to the foundation’s president, Mary Jo Rugwell.