Now that the proposal to renovate the Chevy Chase Community Center has been submitted to the mayor, the next step is to persuade D.C. officials to accept it. The plan calls for spending $24 million to gut the building...
By JASON WILLIAMS and ROBERT BETTMANN   Addison/Ripley Gallery Tom Meyer: Narrative Vision March 3 through April 7 Trevor Young: light structures April 14 through May 26   American University Museum at the Katzen Known better for the political ambition of its student body than its...
By KATE OCZYPOK The DC Line The American City Diner has closed its doors after operating for three decades on Connecticut Avenue NW. Steve Salis, the owner of Kramerbooks & Afterwords and Ted’s Bulletin, is taking over the diner space, but has...
By Anath Hartmann  Now that Thanksgiving is over, D.C. residents can expect to soon see Christmas-tree sellers setting up camp in their neighborhoods. With so many events raising funds for charity and school functions, it’s easy to ensure that getting...
The Current’s April 11 article on forthcoming changes to District street lights, as described by Judah Gluckman of the Office of Public and Private Partnerships (OP3), was welcome, but incomplete. Our nonprofit, Restore Mass Ave., is restoring the tree landscape...
The dockless bikes that have popped up in recent months on Washington, D.C.’s streets - and sidewalks - have a strong advocate in Colin Browne. “Once we can get past sidewalk issues, I think the dockless bikeshare program will be...
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...
Earlier this year, Dupont Circle resident Lance Salonia was disappointed to see that two narrow row homes in his neighborhood were set to be razed. The houses sit across the street from the southern boundary of the locally protected...
The Citizens Association of Georgetown got good news on May 18 with the approval of the West Heating Plant design plan by the Commission of Fine Arts. Other obstacles may arise, including the decision by the Mayor’s Agent for...
This is a listing of incidents reported to the Metropolitan Police Department from June 5 through 11 in local police service areas, sorted by their report dates. Click your PSA to jump to crimes reported in your neighborhood. A...

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