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Museum of Illusions Prepares to Open in Downtown Washington

The District is set to be home to a new museum that will "trick your eyes and entertain your mind:" The Museum of Illusions.

Smithsonian’s National Zoo Welcomes Two Asian Elephants 

The Smithsonian’s National Zoo and Conservation Biology Institute announced that it has welcomed two female Asian elephants to its family.

LL Cool J to Host National Christmas Tree Lighting, NPS Announces

The National Park Service said that LL Cool J will be the host at the National Christmas Tree Lighting for the second consecutive year.

Smithsonian’s National Zoo Brings Back ZooLights After Pandemic 

The National Zoo is holding its traditional ZooLights this year from November 25 to December 30, after a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.

DC Councilmember Refuses to Resign Over Misuse of Campaign Funds

At-Large DC Councilmember Elissa Silverman declined calls for her resignation following accusations of misusing public campaign funds.

Metro Begins Fining Fare Evaders on Buses and Trains

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) started issuing fare evasion citations as of Tuesday, November 1.

DC Issues Update on Vision Zero Traffic Safety Initiative

The District Department of Transportation revised the its Vision Zero program that aims at reaching the goal of zero traffic-related deaths.

DC to Host Annual Halloween Dance Party in Navy Yard

DMV area residents are lucky to have another spooky Halloween event to attend this Saturday in DC: Nightmare in Navy Yard in its third year.