The Kreeger Museum in Foxhall is expanding its outdoor sculpture garden this month with a new installation by artist Sandra Muss, according to a release. The new exhibit, called “Portals,” invites visitors to explore the wooded section of the museum’s...
Amazon plans to open a brick-and-mortar bookstore in Georgetown on a block that once housed the city’s largest Barnes & Noble location. The e-commerce giant has leased 10,000 square feet of space in the building at 3040 M St. NW,...
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...
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 District is one of four finalists for an Urban Land Institute award recognizing public-sector innovation in affordable housing. D.C. is in the running along with Boston, Denver and New York City for the institute’s 2017 Larson Housing Policy Leadership...
A new program will allow D.C. residents to drop off their food waste at designated farmers markets on Saturdays, so the waste can be sent to a local composting facility and converted into nutrient-rich soil fertilizer. The free service will...
The sprawling commercial building at 4000 Wisconsin Ave. NW is slated to become hundreds of apartment units, according to the Washington Business Journal. The building — located at the corner of Wisconsin and Upton Street, a half-mile south of the...
The Georgetown Village organization’s annual “Party on the Potomac” fundraising celebration this year will honor the achievements of its vice president and neighborhood leader Tom Birch. The event will take place Thursday, May 4, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on...
Grace Episcopal Church in Georgetown is marking its 150th anniversary with a celebration featuring music, food, kid-friendly activities and local leaders. The festivities will kick off at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 6, with a procession starting at St. John’s Church...
After multiple delays, the District will begin enforcing restrictions at “red top” parking meters downtown on May 8, ticketing cars parked there without a handicap tag. Under the new system, motorists with disabilities must begin paying for parking at any...

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