D.C. Public Schools will partner with the renowned Fútbol Club Barcelona and the FC Barcelona Foundation, Mayor Muriel Bowser announced last Wednesday in an event held at Roosevelt High. The deal will give the District’s public middle school students access...
A coalition of 92 local organizations is urging D.C. officials to take measures like holding off tax cuts in order to meet pressing city budget challenges. In a joint March 27 letter to D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the D.C....
The Alliance for New Music-Theatre will present 16 performances of Václav Havel’s “Protest” throughout May in the Dupont Underground space. The alliance is the current theater-in-residence for the formerly abandoned subterranean streetcar station beneath Dupont Circle, according to a news...
With warmer winters nurturing increased rat populations in D.C., the District government is working to pre-emptively identify and eliminate infestations. At a “rat walk” in Dupont Circle on Monday, Mayor Muriel Bowser discussed the city’s Rodent Abatement Predictive Analysis project,...
Revelers celebrating Halloween on Saturday, Oct. 28, can get a free ride home through a long-running program to discourage drunk driving. The Washington Regional Alcohol Program is providing up to 1,500 free rides worth as much as $15 apiece through...
Washington Performing Arts has selected Lonnie Bunch, III – a longtime Shepherd Park resident and founding director of the Smithsonian’s National Museum of African American History and Culture – to receive its 2018 Ambassador of the Arts Award. The award...
Organizers of Adams Morgan Day 2017 have announced the lineup for the festival’s Columbia Stage and are continuing their online fundraising campaign. The 39th annual celebration of Adams Morgan’s history, culture, arts, music, restaurants, businesses and residents will take place...
As warmer winters exacerbate the District’s rodent issues, Mayor Muriel Bowser is emphasizing the importance of proper trash management and highlighting city programs targeting rats and other vermin. The city’s vermin control strategy takes “a comprehensive and 21st century approach...
Van Ness Main Street celebrated its progress at its annual meeting Saturday at the Soapstone Market, one of the neighborhood’s new businesses located in the Park Van Ness development at 4455 Connecticut Ave. NW. The nonprofit’s core tasks include marketing...
The new president of George Washington University plans to make a major effort to raise the school’s national standing over the next several years, he said at a recent meeting of the West End Citizens Association. U.S. News & World...

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