In celebration of Banned Books Week, the DC Public Library Foundation will hold its second annual scavenger hunt throughout September, hiding more than 600 controversial books in over 50 locations across the District, including library branches, public spaces and...
Ward 4 D.C. Council member Brandon Todd introduced two education-related bills Sept. 19 — one that would provide a free lunch for all public school students and another that calls for an annual tax holiday before the start of...
The Heurich House Museum will hold its fifth annual Christkindlmarkt, a German-style market offering locally made crafts, on Dec. 1 through 3. More than 40 D.C.-area vendors will be present at this year’s artisan market just off Dupont Circle, selling...
The Department of Public Works will resume residential mechanical street sweeping on March 1. To ensure streets are swept thoroughly, motorists are asked to obey the signs posted with the days of the week and hours of the day when parking...
The Lawyers Have Heart race will take place in D.C. this Saturday, June 10, starting at 7 a.m. Now in its 27th year, the race brings together more than 250 organizations and over 6,000 runners and walkers in support of...
The District is launching a multi-pronged effort to combat opioid overdoses, including the distribution of emergency treatments, enhanced addiction treatment, greater prevention efforts and research of the drugs that affect D.C. residents, according to a news release. “We must work...
A newly released study looks at the potential for expanding D.C. composting through a city-run curbside collection program and building a new local composting facility. The report (available at dpw.dc.gov/compostfeasibilitystudy) recommends the most efficient ways to move forward with such...
In advance of the annual DC Cocktail Week next month, the Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington will host a preview event next Wednesday at Jack Rose Dining Saloon, 2007 18th St. NW. Tickets for the Nov. 1 “sneak peek happy hour”...
The District marked World AIDS Day on Dec. 1 with a Red Carnation Affair event, featuring information about D.C.-based resources and volunteer opportunities to fight HIV/AIDS, informational workshops, and an activity to assemble health kits and care packages for...
The D.C. Water and Sewer Authority is scheduled to begin work June 18 on a green infrastructure project in Burleith and southeastern Glover Park that is aimed at managing stormwater runoff to keep it out of the sewer system...

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