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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Events DC Releases Recreational Field Plans, Timeline

At the RFK City-Wide Redevelopment Meeting held Wednesday evening at St. Luke’s Parish (4925 E. Capitol St. SE), Events DC introduced a timeline and...

Congress Heights Awaits Entertainment and Sports Arena

Before a packed gathering at the R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center last month, a roll call was given acknowledging the contributions of 18 certified business enterprises...

Tech Lounges Open in Hillcrest and Deanwood

In December, the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) announced the unveiling of three new tech lounges that serve as the model for the...

2018 Shepherd Parkway Clean-up

Shepherd Parkway volunteers hold their signature community clean-ups every second Saturday of the month, 10:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. 2018 clean-up dates are: Jan....

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...

Attorney General Karl Racine

Listening to Attorney General Karl A. Racine (D) during a recent interview in his 11th-floor office at One Judiciary Square, it is easy to...

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...

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...

A War of Ideas

Americans are fixated on the Civil War – its battles, soldiers, monuments and legacies. The war’s 150th anniversary has come and gone, but the...

Alonzo Smith and Special Policing

“A win for one, in a police brutality case, is a win for all,” says Beverly Smith, Ward 8 resident and mother of a...