D-Day Boat docks in the District Used to make the D-Day beach landings during World War II, a fully restored Landing Craft, Vehicle, Personnel (LCVP) will be installed outside of the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) Museum as part...
ANC 3C - Cathedral Heights/Woodley Park At the April 15th Meeting: * Commissioner Nancy MacWood said there will be an Office of the Attorney General event Tuesday, April 23rd at 6pm at The Old Council Chambers to celebrate DC students...
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...
ANC 3/4G - Chevy Chase At the April 8th mtg: *Commissioner Randy Speck invited residents to attend the Chevy Chase Community Library’s facility master plan meeting on April 25th at 7pm. *Commissioner Rebecca Maydak said a meeting for the Lafayette Park Center...
Wednesday, April 10th Performance event DC-CAP Presents DC-CAPital Stars and The British Invasion. The 2019 DC-CAPital Stars performance features the top ten finalists from the DC-CAPital Stars Talent Competition, held among DC's public and public charter high school students. Winners will...
ANC 2E - Georgetown, Burleith, Hillandale * Assistant U.S. Attorney Douglas Klein for the District of Columbia told the public that community impact statements are important because they can calculate societal impact. Klein said he prefers statements to be...
by Matthew Rabinowitz A modest crowd of about 30 people turned up at an open house at the Rock Creek Park Nature Center on April 3rd, which provided new insight on the complex’s future renovations by reviewing its Environmental...
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...
by Katherine Rivard Washington is filled with two types of people: those committed to preserving history at the  incredible museums and universities, and the many politicians and policy wonks, excited to shape the nation’s future. This same mix of...

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