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Garrison Elementary School will hold its 4th annual community auction online from April 30 to May 4. The school is asking for donations (an item or gift certificate) that will be auctioned to raise money for great programs for...
By MICHAEL DOAN Two regional choruses will stage the world premiere of an all-male version of Ralph Vaughan Williams’ popular cantata “Dona Nobis Pacem” at 5 p.m. on April 8 at the Church of the Epiphany in Washington, D.C. Both the...
After a city review of high-crash locations, transportation planners have identified two intersections in northern Dupont Circle to receive various changes. The D.C. Department of Transportation has offered proposals for Connecticut Avenue’s intersections with R and 20th streets NW —...
Developers of the former Hall on Virginia Avenue dorm site intend to begin construction this month on a new project to renovate and expand the building across the street from the Watergate complex. The mixed-use building, dubbed Boathouse, will include...
A new weekly farmers market opened this summer in Cleveland Park — adding further to the already expansive array of markets that bring vendors and locally based produce into Northwest. The new Cleveland Park market currently features 14 vendors, including Virginia-based...
The Glover Park community offered widespread support for a new Trader Joe’s store there, after the grocery chain confirmed long-swirling rumors that it would occupy the ground level of a new development at 2101 Wisconsin Ave. NW. Last month, Trader...
Plans to open a Domino’s in Glover Park advanced this month when Advisory Neighborhood Commission 3B (Glover Park, Cathedral Heights) conditionally supported the restaurant’s zoning application. Domino’s has proposed to move into part of the Calvert Center at 2330 Wisconsin...
By JASON WILLIAMS In a town where long-standing institutions are increasingly contouring themselves to contemporary audiences, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returned to Washington to present new works that remain true to the company’s roots. On Feb. 6, the John F....
Two candidates, Ed Lazere, who is on leave from his post as executive director of the left-leaning D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute, and Calvin Gurley, an accountant and frequent political candidate, are hoping to secure the Democratic nomination for City...
Mayor Muriel Bowser’s $13.8 billion budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 — the largest in the city’s history — drew its fair share of strong reactions on both ends of the spectrum when she unveiled it last Tuesday. But...

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