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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Register for the DC Summer Youth Employment

Employers can register for the 2018 Mayor Marion S. Barry Summer Youth Employment Program (MBSYEP). Employers interested in hosting youth may apply online at...

DC Chamber Recognizes Compass Coffee

Compass Coffee founders Michael Haft and Harrison Suarez received the DC Chamber of Commerce’s Community Impact Award at the 2017 Chamber’s Choice Gala on...

Shaw Emerges from Pandemic Crisis

When Mayor Bowser moved the District to Phase Two of its Coronavirus Reopening Plan, Shaw businesses could start to see the light at the...

Bowser Proposal Threatens Shaw’s Future

On Friday afternoon, Oct. 26, Mayor Bowser announced her administration’s intention to build a new Banneker High School on the site of the closed...

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...

Construction on Rhode Island Avenue

DC Water's contractor has begun preparations for jet grouting work at the intersection of First Street and Rhode Island Avenue NW. This is a...

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...

Ari Gejdenson

It’s very fitting that I am sitting across from Ari Gejdenson in Ari’s Diner, one of three new establishments the young restaurateur has recently...

Bloomingdale Bites

Kwanzaa Kitchen Turns 25 This month, St. George’s Episcopal Church celebrated 25 years of bringing breakfast to the homeless and needy in the surrounding Bloomingdale...

Bread for the City Offers Free COVID Testing

Bread for the City (1525 Seventh St. NW) has been offering free access to testing for COVID-19 at their Northwest Center. Testing takes place...