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Friday, April 23, 2021

Federal Control Complicates DC Justice

In 2019, DC Council Chair Phil Mendelson (D), Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen (D) and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton (D) urged the US Senate...

Visit Seylou for Health-Inspired Baked Goods

Just steps away from Walter E. Washington convention center on a quiet street sits Seylou bakery (926 N St. NW, Suite A). The bakery...

Shaw Still on the Move

While the pandemic-era economy is still struggling, real estate and new business development in Shaw continues to move forward. A recent survey by Urban Turf...

Jury Suspension Strands DC Jail Defendants

In May 2020, a 20-year-old man was arrested for armed carjacking and robbery. In April, a 19-year old man was arrested for an assault...

Shaw Streets

Shaw Celebrates Small Business Saturday, 2020 Style The celebration of Small Business Saturday, the annual promotion focused on patronizing small retailers during the holiday shopping...

The Numbers

Childcare is a critical part of our economy. A parent who can drop their child off in a quality childcare setting has peace of...

The New Keeps Coming to Shaw Streets

Shaw Still Attracting New Businesses Despite continuing tough times for retail, Shaw has started to see new businesses locate here again. Prescription Chicken, the venerable...

Shaw Still Getting New Businesses

While the District remains in a Phase II lockdown to address the Coronavirus crisis, Shaw is seeing a steady increase in new businesses and...

Owner of Shaw’s Oldest Barber Shop Dies

Frank Love, proprietor of Gregg’s Barber Shop at 1909 Seventh Street NW, died on August 21. His death marks a milestone in the longest...

DCPS Chancellor: Remember to Enroll

With thousands of District of Columbia Public School (DCPS) students returning to school in less than a week, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) updated residents...