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MUSEUM WIREThe BIG Maze opened at the National Building Museum over the weekend. We talked to its architect, Bjarke Ingels and watched a time lapse video of its construction.

CURBED GALLERY — Here are twenty stunning photos from Friday night's fireworks display.

TAXICAB CONFESSIONS — In light of last week's taxicab protests, Curbed asked several readers about their experiences with D.C. cabs. Spoiler alert: they ranged from bad to terrible.

KALORAMA — Former Secretary of Defense, Donald Rumsfeld, just listed this $4.495M seven bedroom mansion.

CHEVY CHASE — The Parc Somerset penthouse just became the area's most expensive condo sale. Again. Take a look inside.

WATERFRONT — It can still be inexpensive to live in Southwest D.C. Here's a map of the ten cheapest properties.

MT VERNON SQUARE — Here's your sneak peek inside the fitness center at the offices of CityCenter DC complete with surprisingly welcoming locker rooms.

U STREET — Architect Jeff Speck, the author of Walkable City has listed his geometric stunner on Florida Avenue.

VAN NESS — In a new low for pop-ups, read about the one that prompted a lawsuit.