Washington Post Express

The Washington Post Express is a free, daily newspaper meant to be consumed on Metro commutes into the city. With a circulation of approximately 190,000 and weekly readership over half a million, it is the second most read daily periodical in the District after its parent publication, the Washington Post. The Express blog, which focuses on neighborhood news and features, is called Free Ride.

Vending Machine Hot Dogs: Grilled, Ready to Go
February 25, 2008

Chop’t Salad to Open Dupont Location Tuesday

February 12, 2008

Food, Fuel at Easy Reach at New West End Eatery
February 6, 2008

D.C. Bars Prep for Super Tuesday Gatherings
February 5, 2008

Glover Park Weighs Liquor License Shifts
January 23, 2008

After Battle With Church, Shaw Restaurant Thrives

January 14, 2008

Metrorail Riders Get a No-Pants Saturday Surprise

January 14, 2008

After a Year of Construction, P St. Looks Forward
January 7, 2008

Outdoor Heat Lamps Give Smokers Winter Refuge
December 18, 2007

Newcomer Chop’t to Add More D.C. Locations
December 13, 2007

Matchbooks Aplenty Despite D.C. Smoking Ban
December 10, 2007

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