Dear Editor: While Palisades residents are working hard to get the historic Rose Lees Hardy Elementary School back in the hands of DCPS, our Congressional Delegate is trying to yank school vouchers from the hands of kids who don't have...
Dear Editor: As we move deeper into 2019 and the previous year’s W-2s arrive, I’m reminded of a meme that went viral a few years back. It said: I’m so glad that I took geometry when parallelogram season rolls around....
Dear Editor: On the subject of The Current’s recent article, “Small cell antenna an alternative to poles for DC’s 5G infrastructure”… This is a complex issue that the article doesn’t clarify. “Small Cells” are the antennas and associated equipment that...
Thefts from autos in DC have gotten so egregious that drivers absolutely cannot leave anything visible in their cars.  Not a phone charger.  Not a plastic bag.  Nothing.  Not even lint. Broken glass in parking lots and on the roadside...
by Scott Suhy I attended the “The Future of Georgetown” meeting on 1/15/19 hosted by the Citizens of Georgetown (CAG) group and Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC 2E) but came away a bit disappointed with what the Georgetown Business Improvement District...
By: Edward Segal There have been at least 58 natural gas leaks in Georgetown since April 2016, including seven in front of or near my O Street house in the East Village. Last month, there was a record-setting five gas...
By: Rosie Allen-Herring, President & CEO of United Way of the National Capital Area Washington D.C., including the surrounding areas of Virginia and Maryland, is considered the third-richest area in America. According to a recent study published in the USA Today, D.C....
By: Brandon Todd, Ward 4 Councilmember Next week, the Council will reconvene until this legislative period concludes in December. Over the coming months, my colleagues and I will work feverishly on a wide range of legislative topics. One piece of legislation...
By: Davis Kennedy The District government has been very successful in many areas, especially on the financial front. But the one area where our government’s results have been deplorable is in public education, particularly among minority students. According to last year’s...
By: MS Broudy Coffee shops aren’t just for coffee. They are places to hang out, hold meetings, and do work. As a writer, I spend a lot of time working in coffee shops. When you work in a coffee shop, you...

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