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Georgetown Park was geared up for March Madness with the launch of Church Hall and an art installation that pays tribute to Georgetown Hoyas basketball legends. The two-panel, large-scale installation was created by acclaimed artist Elliot Gerard and installed by...
By: Carlo Massimo Several hundred people had already lined up along the edge of the Vietnam Memorial by 8:00 a.m. The air was damp but notably cool. It was the first breath of a new season, and squirrels on the...
By: Davis Kennedy Mayor Muriel Bowser recently announced, thanks to a projection of continued substantial growth in the number of students, her plans to invest $1.6 billion in continued renovation and modernization of schools over the next six years. So...
The Sunoco service station at 22nd and P streets NW in Dupont Circle has been closed since January, to the chagrin of the surrounding neighborhood and officials such as Ward 2 D.C. Council member Jack Evans. New York-based developer...
A series of changes under consideration for the DC Circulator bus network would affect two Northwest lines — eliminating Wisconsin Avenue service north of M Street NW, and running for the first time along U Street NW to Howard...
Tenleytown could get a new sit-down restaurant as part of an upcoming development at 4620 Wisconsin Ave. NW, but after considerable back-and-forth with developers, some community members remain unsatisfied with the proposed building height and community benefits package. Urban Investment...
When Alan and Irene Wurtzel purchased a Sheridan-Kalorama town home in 1993 next to a vacant building owned by the government of Argentina, they were assured their neighbors would return soon. Twenty-four years later, neighbors are nowhere to be seen...
Three years ago, the D.C. Department of Transportation conducted a routine inspection of a culvert carrying a small stream under 49th Street NW and into Battery Kemble Park. Finding damage and evidence of frequent clogs, the agency recommended replacing...
After the Petworth Community Market complained that soaring parking meter fees were placing its operations in jeopardy, the D.C. Council is reviewing a bill to cap the charges billed to farmers markets. The bill — introduced by Council members Brandon...
Ideas for a planned overhaul of Georgetown’s mile-long section of the C&O Canal include a wider, more accessible towpath as well as outdoor seating, additional educational materials and greater connectivity to nearby attractions, according to new concept designs released...

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