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Tuesday, November 30, 2021

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...

Meeting to Discuss New District Area Code

The Public Service Commission (PSC) of the District of Columbia is inviting comments at a meeting on the new telephone area code for the...

Shop ‘Dog Days’ of Summer Sale Online

Yes, you can shop a sidewalk sale this weekend! The annual Midcity ‘Dog Days’ sidewalk sale is going online, bringing together more than 200...

Black Lives Matter Adds ‘Defund the Police’ to Downtown Mural

On Friday DC Mayor Muriel Bowser ordered BLACK LIVES MATTER painted across two city blocks that lead directly to the White House lawn. On...

Time To Stand Up in Lafayette Park

Standing along the northern fence line of Lafayette Park, my partner and I are surrounded by a sea of engaged young people. Outraged at...

Bowser Orders Two-Day 7pm Curfew in District

People should be off District streets by 7 p.m. Monday and Tuesday evening, Mayor Bowser said at a press conference Monday, May 31. The announcement...

DC Could Begin Phased Reopening May 29

No date has been officially set, but at the May 21 presentation of the recommendations from the ReOpen DC Advisory Group, Mayor Muriel Bowser...