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DC mayor tests positive for COVID-19, reports mild symptoms

The Washington Times (Culture) 4/7 5:21A Ashraf Khalil
WASHINGTON Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser said Thursday that she tested positive for COVID-19 and would work at home while following isolation protocols. In a series of messages posted to Twitter, Bowser said she took an at-home test...

D.C.-area Mormon temple to hold first public tours in 48 years

The Washington Times (Culture) 3/22 2:12A Sean Salai
The Washington D.C. Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints will allow public tours for the first time in 48 years as it reopens from an extensive four-year renovation. A page on the temple s website says the 160,000-square-foot...

'Freedom Convoy' leaves Spokane for Washington, D.C.

The Washington Times (Culture) 3/3 6:25A
SPOKANE, Wash. Onlookers cheered from overpasses as a string of cars drove down Interstate 90 as part of a Freedom Convoy, which organizers say is headed to Washington D.C. in protest of COVID-19 restrictions. Wednesday's event left Spokane with...

D.C.'s storied role as an incubator of Black chess in America

The Washington Times (Culture) 2/22 9:39A David R. Sands
As a matter of fact, one can claim the greater Washington D.C. metropolitan area was the cradle for Black chess in America. Local writer and two-time D.C. chess champion Gregory Kearse made that claim in a seminal 1998 article for Chess Life,...
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