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Thursday, February 22, 2018

Bloomingdale Bites

St. George’s Christmas Flare St. George’s Church has been hosting a Christmas Bazaar as long as anyone can remember. Always a staple of the neighborhood,...

DC’s Shelters Are Going Green – and Improving Conditions for Residents

Whether you’re a fan of Mayor Muriel Bowser or not, you can’t deny that her administration is taking climate change seriously and working to...

Attorney General Karl Racine

Listening to Attorney General Karl A. Racine (D) during a recent interview in his 11th-floor office at One Judiciary Square, it is easy to...

Shaw Streets

Shaw Celebrates Small Business Saturday Shaw Main Streets celebrated Small Business Saturday on Nov. 25 with a series of ribbon cuttings that welcomed new businesses...

East Side News

The ½ Street Gets Its Day Neighbors are thrilled, and the streets are a little bit safer, because of the new safe passage from one...

A War of Ideas

Americans are fixated on the Civil War – its battles, soldiers, monuments and legacies. The war’s 150th anniversary has come and gone, but the...

Bloomingdale Bites – November 2017

LeDroit Remembers a Dear Friend The neighbors of the Park at Le Droit celebrated the end of the summer season with their annual Falloween in...

East Side News – November 2017

REI Celebrates a Year in NoMa It’s been one year since REI opened its first flagship store in 15 years, in the structure formerly known...

Shaw Streets – November 2017

Shaw Declared Best Gayborhood Shaw won the designation of Best Gayborhood for the second year in a row in the 2017 Washington Blade readers’ poll...

DC Wins a LEED Cities Platinum Award

While the current national administration is rolling back environmental initiatives, DC’s efforts to support and promote a green agenda are paying off. In an...