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Bloomingdale Bites – May 2017

Tyber Creek A new restaurant is moving into the space at First Street and North Capitol Street NW, a corner considered the heart of Bloomingdale...

Shaw Streets – May 2017

Shaw Cleans Up in Best of DC Poll The Shaw neighborhood’s street cred became evident again when the Washington City Paper’s Best of DC issue...

Doesn’t Take a PhD to Understand Why ‘Kids Ride Free’ Should...

Everyone knows that Metro is facing enormous financial challenges that affect not only our daily commutes but also the economic vitality of our region....

Recycling and Composting in DC Are Getting Easier

“Can I recycle this?” As an avid and self-promoting recycler residing in the District, I dread this question. Unfortunately, and for too long, the...

Protecting DC’s Waterways and Our Natural History

While “statehood” and voting representation in Congress continue to elude residents, in February DC gained a state fish and more authority to protect its...

How Bowser Can Make the Most out of DC’s Upcoming Budget

As spring hits the District, there are plenty of things we can expect: more sunlight, warmer temperatures, and of course, tourists. And early Aprilwill...

Shaw Streets – April 2017

Shaw Main Streets Holds Annual Meeting Shaw Main Streets held its annual meeting at the Marriott Marquis hotel the evening of March 21. Board Chair...

DC Eyes Becoming First ‘Green Bank’ City

Developers and renovation projects in the District could get financial assistance from the city to prioritize “green” installations through a new bill Mayor Muriel...

Shaw Streets – March 2017

Renovation of Carter G. Woodson Home Celebrated Almost 400 people packed the auditorium at Seaton Elementary on Sunday afternoon, Feb. 26, to celebrate the completion...

Greening the District

January marked the halfway point of Muriel Bowser’s current term as mayor of the District of Columbia, an opportune time to reflect on her...