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Why the Georgia Senate Race may Split

In Opinion, Patriotic by RUNINdc

Perdue is the incumbent senator, and Loeffler was appointed by the Governor a year ago.  Both candidates have been accused of using insider information to make stock trades which is also a conflict of interest.  But the Justice Department has not found any wrong doing and voters do not seem to be deterred. In November, the Reverend Raphael Warnock pulled …

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Protestors & Trump Supporters Converge on the 4th in DC

In Music, Patriotic by RUNINdc

Photos by Jason Morenz On a scorching hot day in Washington, DC, the parades and concerts were non-existent.  Instead there were demonstrations against racism and police brutality. Protestors marched from the Black Lives Matter Plaza to the National Mall. Members of the Revolutionary Communist Party (RevCom) burned several American flags to the objection of many protestors.  Police in riot gear …

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Trump sends Government Workers a Lump of Coal for Christmas

In News, Patriotic by RUNINdc

A partial government shutdown is here, not like we haven’t seen one before, albeit not this late in the year. The good thing is that about three-quarters of the federal budget is already funded through next year. The unfunded departments are State, Justice, Treasury, Transportation and Homeland Security -about 800,000 of the 2.1 million federal workers nationwide The IRS will stay …

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Trump’s Inauguration Looms without the Stars

In Festival, Openings, Patriotic, Smithsonian, Transportation, Travelling by RUNINdc

nauguration events will begin in just over a week. Street closures and parking restrictions throughout D.C. will begin shortly after noon on Jan. 18, and expand to major roads and bridges by 3 a.m. on Jan. 19. These closures will continue even after the Inauguration. Meanwhile, the President-Elect is having trouble finding talent to perform. Trump, however, claims that he’s …

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After the Skies Cleared

In 14th Street, Adams Morgan, Arlington, Ashburn, Ballston, Baltimore, Clarendon, Crystal City, Downtown, Events, Festival, Foggy Bottom, Food, Metro, Misc, Music, News & Culture, Openings, Patriotic, Pets, Photos, Smithsonian by RUNINdc

by Jason Morenz It started out wet and misty and then in the late afternoon, the skies came down. By 4pm the rain was so hard, the US Park Service had to declare an emergency and opened up museums and federal buildings near the mall for folks to take shelter. The skies came down for over an hour, but once …

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Silver Spring Blues Festival 2015

In Events, Fashion, Festival, Food, Fun, News & Culture, Patriotic, Silver Spring, Weekly Picks, Wine by RUNINdc

silver spring blues festival 2015 The Silver Spring Town Center, Inc. is proud to announce the star-studded line up of the 7th Annual Silver Spring Blues Festival at Downtown Silver Spring. The Silver Spring Blues Festival will be Saturday, June 20, 2015, from 10 am to 9 pm. Watch this space for information about our Blues Festival Kick Off party …

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DC Fundraiser for Fisher Foundation Honors Beau Biden

In Bar, Charity, Dupont Circle, News, Patriotic, Weekly Picks by RUNINdc

Hundreds of mourners gathered in Delaware Legislative Hall on Thursday to pay their respects to Beau Biden. The ceremony marked the beginning of a three-day memorial for Biden to close with President Obama delivering an emotional eulogy. Meanwhile in DC, over a hundred attendees paid tribute to Beau Biden at the Sauf Haus Bier Hall by donating money to the …

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Sauf Haus Biz & Bites Mixer – June 4

In Downtown, Dupont Circle, Events, Food, Fun, Fundraiser, News, Patriotic, Weekly Picks by RUNINdc

We’re so looking forward to our event in less than 2 weeks. So far between Network for Progress and RUNINOut we’re expecting over 100 people to attend: with Draft Biden.png supporting Dr. Jill Biden & First Lady Michelle Obama’s veteran’s initiative: appetizers courtesy of REGISTER & SHARE! 6:30pm-8:30pm Thursday, June 4th Sauf Haus Beer Hall (rooftop) …