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Emel Bayrak — a Georgetown resident and White House correspondent for a Turkish broadcasting service — plans to open a new coffee shop and wine bar in her neighborhood where she might eventually host and film interviews with government...
By: Mion Edwards and Meghan Sorensen Protests have unleashed in D.C. after sexual misconduct allegations surfaced against Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Eight days ago, Christine Blasey Ford accused Kavanaugh of sexual assault while she was in high school in 1982. On Monday, Debra Ramirez...
The McLean Gardens condo complex celebrated its 75th anniversary on Sunday with a festival and series of talks on the history of the area. The Sept. 24 event included speeches by Mayor Muriel Bowser, D.C. Council Chairman Phil Mendelson, Ward...
Students across the District are organizing protests and walkouts to advocate stricter gun regulations in the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla. Women’s March organizers are coordinating a nationwide school walkout on March...
The city’s planned Ward 3 emergency family shelter won unanimous D.C. Board of Zoning Adjustment approval last Wednesday, with members rejecting opponents’ concerns about the proposed height and other impacts. The District intends to construct a six-story, 50-unit facility next...
The District is moving forward with plans to reserve up to 181 parking spaces for police officers on streets surrounding the 2nd District headquarters, to accommodate patrol cars and personal vehicles displaced by the construction of a parking garage...
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,...
While Glover Park celebrates news that a long-rumored Trader Joe’s will come to 2101 Wisconsin Ave. NW, the neighborhood is dealing with the temporary loss of its Whole Foods Market, which abruptly shut down last week after apparent health...
When local second-grader Sanah Hutchins wrote a letter to North Carolina-based artist Matthew Willey asking him to paint a mural at her school, she wasn’t even sure she’d get a response. She certainly had no idea that he would...

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