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Shaw Streets – November 2017

Shaw Declared Best Gayborhood Shaw won the designation of Best Gayborhood for the second year in a row in the 2017 Washington Blade readers’ poll...

DC Wins a LEED Cities Platinum Award

While the current national administration is rolling back environmental initiatives, DC’s efforts to support and promote a green agenda are paying off. In an...

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...

A Place You’ve Likely Never Heard of and Should Get to...

It’s called AREC and pronounced “A-REC.” That stands for Aquatic Resources Education Center. Operated by the Department of Energy & Environment (DOEE) in cooperation...

Shaw Streets – October 2017

Shaw Competing for Preservation Grant Over the next month, the public can vote for the restoration of an historic “Ugly Duckling” building in the Shaw...

Bloomingdale Bites – October 2017

Drinking for Social Justice at Showtime Coming on the heels of a successful fundraiser for the Women’s March in November, Showtime Lounge once again played...

Art All Night Comes Back to Shaw

Over 20,000 people filled the streets of Shaw on Sept. 23, to attend the Sixth Art All Night festival held by Shaw Main Streets. The festival...

Phil Mendelson: The Mindful Politician

Phil Mendelson, chairman of the DC Council (D), recently organized a “meet up” at the Firehook Bakery on Pennsylvania Ave. SE. He hasn’t held...

The Wharf: Where DC Meets the Water

Oct. 12 marks the debut of entirely new riverside neighborhood, Phase One of “The Wharf.” This $2 billion renovation of Southwest’s waterfront required several...

Bloomingdale Bites – September 2017

Aged to Perfection The third week in August is Beer Week in DC, for those who haven’t left the District to beat the heat. The...