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Friday, January 19, 2018

Clash over 15th Street & Good Hope Road Development

The hair salon, print shop, storefront church and laundromat are long gone from the Art Deco building that wraps the corner of 15th Street...

DC School Teams Up with Muralists to Create Outdoor Learning Space

When students at Turner Elementary School returned to classes this fall, they were greeted with a spectacular sight: a school garden in full bloom...

Uber Comes to Ward 7

Ride-hailing giant Uber has picked Ward 7 to build a brick-and-mortar resource center, a meeting point for drivers across the region, Mayor Muriel Bowser...

What’s Going on With Reservation 13?

Reservation 13 has been the subject of development talk for the past decade and a half. Though a full development plan for the site...

DC Prep’s Anacostia Campus and DCPS’s Ketcham Elementary Uplift Together

Generations ago, three school buildings, Van Buren on W Street, Ketcham on 15th Street and St. Teresa on V Street SE, served the Anacostia...

Climate Change and the Future of DC’s Waterfronts

The inundation of the coast has begun. More than 86,000 miles of tidal coastline in the United States will be affected. In 2014, the...

Literacy Oasis in Formation

It started as a trickle. Small piles of books pooled around the radio station in response to a local teacher's call for help. A...

Mayor Reopens DOES Job Center on Minnesota Avenue NE

Speaking at the grand opening of the newly redesigned American Job Center Headquarters (AJC HQ) at 4058 Minnesota Ave. NE, Director of Department of...

DC Wins a LEED Cities Platinum Award

While the current national administration is rolling back environmental initiatives, DC’s efforts to support and promote a green agenda are paying off. In an...

East Side News – October 2017

Art in the Dark Since its inception in 2011, Art All Night has been one of the largest citywide events of the year. This year,...