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Friday, May 25, 2018

East Side News

Condos Come to Congress Street For the past few years, NoMa neighbors have wondered which industrial space will be the next to be gobbled by...

Shaw Streets

Spring Comes to Shaw Spring appeared to come to Shaw as the month of March closed. There were long lines at the door of the...

Bloomingdale Bites

Bald for Bills Boundary Stone proves once again that the trick to raising a lot of money for a good cause is to supply people...

“Why Not?”: Robert F. Kennedy in Shaw

A recent bestselling biography, “Bobby Kennedy: A Raging Spirit” notes a change from Robert F. Kennedy’s image as the nation’s top “Irish Cop” to...

Martin Luther King Jr.: An Inspiration in Today’s Fight for Racial...

On April 4th, 1968, Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated amidst the struggle for workers’ rights in Memphis, Tennessee. After longstanding tensions mounted...

Shaw Streets

Grants Available for Northern Shaw Businesses A new development grant opportunity for small businesses in northern Shaw has been announced. The 965 Florida Avenue NW...

Opening Day at DC United’s Audi Field

The opening game at DC United’s new Buzzard Point soccer-specific stadium at Audi Field, a 20,000-seat venue, is scheduled for July 14 at 7...

Again, District Salvadorans Face an Impossible Choice

In January, President Donald Trump announced that his administration plans to end temporary protected status (TPS) for the 200,000 Salvadorans who came to the...

East Side News

Santa Stops by MVT Santa stopped by to say hello and hand out goodies to the neighbors of Mount Vernon Triangle. Equipped with his workshop...

Shaw Streets

Shaw Speakeasies Given Shaw’s plethora of bars and drinking establishments, a number of varieties in style and trends are inevitable. Shaw pioneered the pop-up bar...