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Whittle School & Studios will not stick to the status quo of modern education. Instead, the school will reimagine it. Education entrepreneur Chris Whittle, the chairman and CEO of the school, wants students to become global citizens through education....
Planned “micro unit” apartments in Shaw’s Blagden Alley will have parking after all, after the D.C. Court of Appeals reversed an approval of designs that included no spaces for cars. Developer Saul Urban, previously known as SB-Urban, won approval in...
Plans to convert part of the Carnegie Library building downtown to an Apple Store drew enthusiastic support from neighbors and community leaders on Monday night, marking a win in the first step of a lengthy regulatory process for the...
This year’s budget process was less heated than in previous years, D.C. Council members agree. But big points of contention still arose before the council approved the fiscal year 2018 budget last Tuesday, including a dispute over tax cuts...
Jackson Art Center has support from Ward 2 D.C. Council member Jack Evans in hopes of staying at its Georgetown building long past next year, when its lease with the city is set to expire. On March 2, Evans introduced...
Cleveland Park preservationists celebrated a victory Monday afternoon, after successfully pressuring AMC Theatres to back down from its plan to remove the historic “Uptown” sign from its iconic single-screen movie theater. After a resident learned of the proposal to remove...
The DC International School welcomed students to Delano Hall this week for the start of classes in its new campus, located at the former Walter Reed Army Medical Center site near 16th and Aspen streets NW. The building has gone...
From the time Joseph Buckley was a child, he had a love of exploration and learning that would one day bring him back to teach math at Wilson High School, his alma mater. Buckley began teaching at Wilson in 2010,...
As dockless bicycle sharing multiplies on local streets, some residents are raising safety concerns as officials say the city’s seven-month pilot program is being closely monitored. D.C. began its dockless bike trial period Sept. 20, permitting private companies to release...
Matt Fleischer addresses the crowd at the Rock Creek Gala in 2017 Dear Friends of Rock Creek, It is with a heavy heart that I say goodbye as I resign from my position as the executive director of Rock Creek Conservancy....

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