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  • Man Stabbed to Death at Popeye’s Chicken for Unfathomable Reasons

    Tragedy on Monday, Oxon Hill, Maryland at a Popeye’s Chicken restaurant. A man stabbed to death over a chicken sandwich. Prince George County police say a 28-year-old was stabbed multiple times in the parking lot on Livingston Road in Oxon Hill Plaza.   “We have been able to determine that preliminarily this is related to the release of the sandwich here at this restaurant. This individual was in line, a line specifically for the sale of the sandwich, when another […]

  • D.C. experiences record rainfall and high temperatures this fall

    Hot summer temperatures lasted well into October, making this fall one of the warmest and wettest on record. According to the National Weather Service, this October was the seventh warmest and ninth wettest. The rainfall in D.C. this October was 196 percent of the average, in what is usually a dry month.  On Oct. 2, the city hit an all time high temperature for October at 98 degrees, beating the former record of 96 degrees set on Oct. 5, 1941. […]

  • New mural recognizing Maryland’s environmental efforts unveiled in College Park

    At the intersection of Baltimore Avenue and Knox Road in College Park, a new mural painted by two local artists draws attention to Maryland’s biodiversity and dwindling native species. Covering the facade of the building are images of three species native to Maryland: the Checkerspot butterfly, the Black-eyed Susan flower and the Terrapin–the famed mascot of the University of Maryland College Park. Artists Cory Stowers and Jason Philp began work on the mural in early October and completed the vibrant […]

  • Montgomery County Appoints Marcus Jones New Chief of Police

    In a unanimous vote Tuesday, the Montgomery County Council voted Marcus Jones its new chief. “I am reminded, based on recent events, that bumpy roads lead to beautiful places, so hopefully that’s where we end up here as well.” Said council member Andrew Friedson upon calling it a “challenging process” “And since we have had our share of conversation, I think we can just go ahead and move forward with a vote,” commented Council President Nancy Navarro. Jones Answered questions […]

  • Local Boy, Edward Norton, Comes Home as Father of Motherless Brooklyn

    Check out the full interview with Edward Norton talking about his hometown and the origins of the great city. Also discussing his new movie Motherless Brooklyn, his first time producing and directing since Keeping the Faith back in 2000.     His personal brainchild and partial adaptation of the novel of the same name by Jonathan Letham published in 1999. Norton’s adaptation moves the story into a new setting to follow the shocking, rarely discussed, history of Brooklyn and its […]

  • Join DCW50 For TODAY For The 2019 ’17th Street High Heel Race’!

    Join DCW50 for an epic night at the 17th Street High Heel Race Today Tuesday October 29th from 7-10pm! Come out and enjoy great costumes, good energy and of course high heels. See you there! Free Admission Location: 17th Street NW  (Jimmy Alexander visits Shaw Tavern’s to see how these fabulous Drag Queens get ready.) (Jimmy Alexander visits the site of the High Heel race.) (Highlights from last year’s 2018 High Heel race.)  

  • Highlights of the Nationals World Series Parade

    DCW50’s own Jimmy Alexander attended the Nationals world series celebration this past Saturday to bring you some of the best and most exciting moments just in case you couldn’t make it out to support our Washington Nationals. First world series in franchise history; First world series for Washington in over 90 years! That’s right the Senators took it home in 1924! back when Silent Cal was in office and baseball games cost a quarter. Scroll on down and check out […]

  • Happy Birthday David Schwimmer From All Of Us Here At DCW50!

    Join us on social media in wishing David Schwimmer a huge happy birthday! 53 today! He’ll always be Ross to us give him some love if you see him around town on one of our ‘Friends’ transit shelters and don’t forget @us on instagram for a chance to be featured on our official page! And of course help celebrate by watching ‘Friends’ weeknights at 10p on DCW50  the CW in Washington!

  • DCW50’s Jimmy Alexander and Bonita Frazier explore D.C. dressed as ‘Regan MacNeil’ from the Exorcist

    DCW50’s Jimmy Alexander and Bonita Frazier stopped by some D.C. hot spots Friday dressed as actress Linda Blair’s portrayal of the character ‘Regan Macneil’ from the 1973 film ‘The Exorcist.’ Watch to find out how locals reacted!

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