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Monday, August 15, 2022

DCCAH Call for Panelists!

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) is seeking advisory review panelists for the FY18 season to perform evaluation and rating of...

Made-In-DC Store Opens

Shop Made In DC, at 1330 19th St. NW, a new brick and mortar store and café stocked exclusively with DC brands and concepts,...

DC’s Newest Main Street

On Oct. 16, 3 p.m., Mayor Bowser launched a neighborhood revitalization program in Lower Georgia Avenue, designating the area as the newest Main Street...

LimeBike Launches in DC

LimeBike is the first dockless bike share to offer a cash program that allows riders to unlock their rides in their preferred method of...

Climate Change and the Future of DC’s Waterfronts

The inundation of the coast has begun. More than 86,000 miles of tidal coastline in the United States will be affected. In 2014, the...

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...