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Thursday, October 28, 2021

Bloomingdale Bites

Big Bear Cafe has long been a pylon in the foundation on which Bloomingdale thrives. The inside/outside coffee shop and restaurant is the go-to...

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...

Learn How to Finance or Expand District Small Businesses

Join the District Department of Insurance, Securities and Banking (DISB) to learn about how you can finance or expand your District small business. Between 6...

Lisa Hunter: Challenging the Status Quo

In a dusty field outside a village in Guyana, an athletic young woman dribbles a soccer ball. Just out of college, she is a...

DC Offers New COVID Rental Assistance

The Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD) has launched the COVID-19 Housing Assistance Program (CHAP). This $6.2 million program funded by a federal...

Restore Voting Rights to Returning Citizens

Our neighboring US senator, Ben Cardin, has introduced a vitally important piece of voting rights legislation, the Restore Democracy Act, S. 1588, which would...

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...

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...

Shaw Streets

At the turn of the century, commercial activity in Shaw was largely limited to one grocery store and a number of liquor stores and...

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...