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Sunday, August 18, 2019

Bloomingdale Bites

Calming of Traffic, Not Neighbors The big Bloomingdale debate of the month, well really the year, has been the traffic calming measures that may or...

A’ Is for April and Arbor Day

April is the month that moves us officially from winter to spring. The cherry blossoms are popping at the Tidal Basin, tulips are ready...

Economic Development: What Works and What Doesn’t?

Here’s something we can all agree on: economic development is important. We all want our economy to grow, we want to create good jobs...

East Side News

New Inn to Holiday In More ground was broken in Mount Vernon Triangle as the hotel project at 317 K St. NW finally began last...

Shaw Streets

Shaw Holds Open House Shaw Main Streets held its spring open house for neighborhood businesses on Saturday afternoon, June 15. Twice a year the Shaw...

This July, We’re Celebrating Paid Family Leave and Increased Minimum Wage

It’s summer and there’s lots to enjoy: longer days, cookouts, fireworks, days at the pool and more. We also should celebrate progress here in...

Shaw Streets

Shaw Wins at RAMMY Awards Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington held its annual awards ceremony, nicknamed the RAMMYs, on Sunday night, June 30, at the...

East Side News

Chicken and Egg Together This time, it turns out, the chicken and the egg came together! That’s the theme of the two-piece sculpture that has...

ANC 6E Report

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6E held its monthly meeting for July at the Northwest One Library, 155 L St. NW, on July 2. Chair...

Karen Hall Wins American Classic Woman of the Year

Karen Houser Hall, a resident of Capitol Hill, won the 2019 American Classic Woman of the Year Pageant at the historic Lincoln Theatre on...