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...
A bill currently before the D.C. Council would create an office and commission of nightlife, a centralized group that would oversee the District’s after-hours scene. As proposed by Ward 4 Council member Brandon Todd, the new Office of Nightlife that...
By: Elaine Bole There is an art exhibit hidden in the woods just a block from Palisades Park. Encountering this exhibit during a trek through the woods might give you the eerie feeling that you have accidentally stumbled upon something...
By: Meghan Sorensen In the nation's capital, the country's most powerful and influential people share the same streets as Washington, DC's homeless population. Due to the city’s attempt to revitalize its suburbs over the years, there is a growing gap...
By Kathleen J. Bryan, Current Correspondent Nearly two years after Chevy Chase community leaders began pushing for a bench to honor the passing of neighborhood resident Julian Bond, the civil rights icon and former NAACP chairman has his memorial at...
A seven-story apartment building with ground-level commercial retail is being proposed at 4615 Wisconsin Ave. NW, the site of the Tenley Bar & Grill and the former Dancing Crab. The owner of the property, Carlos Horcasitas, plans to seek approval...
Thursday, Sept. 21 The Western Avenue Citizens Association will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ, 1 Westmoreland Circle. The meeting will include presentations by Lt. Alan Hill and Officer Anthony McElwee of the...
This is a listing of incidents reported to the Metropolitan Police Department from Jan. 15 through 21 in local police service areas, sorted by their report dates. Click your PSA to jump to crimes reported in your neighborhood. A...
The lack of sidewalks on some streets in our association’s Hawthorne neighborhood near Rock Creek Park has been a contentious issue in recent years. Advocates say that sidewalks afford residents and visitors a safe place to walk around the...
The Fannie Mae headquarters was unanimously named a landmark and concept designs for a planned redevelopment were largely supported at the Historic Preservation Review Board’s Nov. 16 meeting. The landmark designation only applies to original buildings close to the street...

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