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Friday, February 28, 2020

Parkside Access and Circulation Study

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host the third and final public meeting for the Parkside Access and Circulation Study on Sept. 12,...

Food Trucks: Culinary Oasis or Public Threat

A cluster of blackened leaves still marks the tree outside NASA headquarters where a food truck burned beneath it a few minutes after noon...

Dead Man’s Run Kids Fun Run

The 5k and kids' race is on Oct. 7 at Congressional Cemetery. The 5k starts at 6 p.m. near the east end of the...

Vernard R. Gray, 1941-2020

Longtime Anacostia Coordinating Council (ACC) member Vernard R. Gray was a visionary curator, art collector, photographer, Jazz fan, videographer/filmmaker and fashion designer. He is best...

The Numbers

Schools may get the biggest share of DC’s local revenues, but that doesn’t mean they get enough. A closer look shows that the education...

Mad as Hell!

I spent most of this summer mad as hell. I was mad as hell because the US Senate tried to rip health insurance away from...

Come to the Table: Martha’s Table Open in Ward 8

Martha’s table is open in Ward 8! Their location at The Commons at Stanton Square (2375 Elvans Rd. SE) offers resources for neighbors of...

Flip The Script

“Flip The Script” is a positive visual campaign aimed to dispel common myths about men of color and combat negative imagery that frequent the...

Residential Development Breaks Ground at St. Elizabeths East

With plans to consolidate the Department of Homeland Security at the federally-owned western campus of Saint Elizabeths long delayed, the city has slowly brought...

Busboys and Poets opens in Anacostia amid uncertainty of future development...

Following years of anticipation, the wait is finally over. After holding a series of local hiring fairs, Busboys and Poets opened its doors in...