The Conrad Hotel is now officially open The Conrad Hotel has officially opened.  This first property for the Conrad brand to debut in the nation’s capital is a 360-room, 10-floor hotel that features 30,000 square feet of luxury retail space...
Bipartisan support for a Women’s History Museum Twenty-six bipartisan co-sponsors have signed a bill supporting the creation of a Smithsonian Women’s History Museum.  Findings in the bill state that it “deserves a prominent location on or very close to the...
Norton proposes for DC to buy RFK Congresswoman Norton has introduced a bill to sell the RFK stadium site, unused federal land, to the District of Columbia at fair market value.  Currently, the 190 acre site is the largest track...
Mayor Bowser gives first State of the District of her second term Mayor Bowser gave her annual State of the District address on Monday, March 18th at UDC.  Among the notable key points in her remarks were a call to...
Exclusive Cherry Blossom Festival “Pink Loop” tours are back Big Bus Tour DC’s exclusive “Pink Loop” will serve as the only authorized tour provider of the Cherry Blossom Festival, as it has since 2014.  Running daily throughout the entire festival,...
Home Rule closing After 20 years on 14th Street NW, Home Rule, a popular home goods store that was one of the first businesses to renovate a building on 14th after the riots of 1968, will close.  Home Rule...
Starbucks to close Glover Park location Starbucks is closing 4 of its 50 DC locations this year.  All location closures are in NW.  Three have already closed; the last is the location at 2300 Wisconsin Ave, which will close on...
Audi helps DC drivers catch the “green wave” Audi of America announced major expansions in its U.S. vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) technology in DC and Northern Virginia. The brand is the first automotive manufacturer to launch Green Light Optimization Speed Advisory (GLOSA), which provides speed recommendations to...
Rock Creek Park maintenance work to disrupt multi-use trail access The National Park Service (NPS) will temporarily narrow parts of the Rock Creek Park paved multi-use trail from Monday, February 25 to late-March. The trail will not close, but park...
Georgetown plans new signage at neighborhood entrances Georgetown, in an effort to define its commercial district, is planning to put signage up at five primary entrances to the neighborhood: K Street, Pennsylvania Avenue, M Street, Key Bridge, and Wisconsin...

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