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By: Kate Michael The Washington National Cathedral was lit — literally — in splashes of rainbow spotlight for the 7th annual Chefs for Equality last night. “Deliciously Defiant” according to the invitation, is the sold out event that featured the...
If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the sound of children as they run up and down the stairs to their classrooms. And that is by design. In their transformation of the James B. Edmonds School from learning...
By: Amanda Menas After Hurricane Florence awoke a need for District residents to be more prepared to protect their homes, the D.C. government spoke out about the District’s resilience. Kevin Bush, D.C.’s chief resilience officer, reports that with the increasing frequency...
By: Amanda Menas For people who are searching for homes in D.C., there is a place for everyone. Rental markets are incredibly fluid as new faces migrate in and out every year with election cycles and college graduations. Wards 1...
By: Amanda Menas As the city moves toward a future projected to include one million residents by 2045, development in all sectors is inevitable. Specifically, issues of affordable housing, the homelessness crisis, and ever-increasing gentrification were brought to the forefront when...
By: Carlo Massimo When people call Adams Morgan a “vibrant” neighborhood, they’re usually thinking of bars, restaurants, and the Sitar Arts Center.  Adams Morgan is a vibrant neighborhood. But it’s no secret that the old life and color of the neighborhood are...
By: Carlo Massimo Last week, the D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute (DCFPI), a progressive think-tank, released a report on affordable housing in the District. Specifically, the report mapped affordable housing units built since 2015. An interactive map on the DCFPI website...
By: Alexandra Greeley Puzzling over the translation of the restaurant name Et Voilà! (5120 MacArthur Blvd., NW)? The Palisades bistro, popular for its exquisite Belgian-French food, beckons patrons with its hip name: “there we are.” Well, actually, here we are,...
The white brick and black-shuttered home at 1314 28th St NW wears its age beautifully. Built in 1801, the semi-detached Federalist townhouse has been extensively redesigned and reimagined. It presents a spacious, light-filled interior. And it’s also a secluded...
By: Alexandra Greeley Weekend brunches are the end game for all foodies, especially the hip millennials. What better time to meet, greet, and eat? And perhaps one of the most popular must-go places is Georgetown’s El Centro D.F. (1218 Wisconsin...

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