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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Intolerant of Intolerance in Ward 6

A man with a swastika tattoo yells the “N” word to a black city worker. An LGBTQ Pride flag is burned while hanging on...

Time for Change

Robert F. Kennedy (RFK) Stadium opened in 1961 and has been the home for numerous events as well as the District’s major league baseball,...

South by West – May 2017

Pre-Construction Activity for South Capitol Apartments Demolition permits have been filed for several rowhouses along the 1300 block of South Capitol Street and the unit...

ANC 6E Report – April 2017

Three development teams bidding on a city-issued request for proposals (RFP) to redevelop Cobb Park and a K Street parking deck shared their proposals...

The District’s Achievement Gap

Earlier this spring, the State Board of Education approved a new school accountability system under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). This new system...

Buzzard Point: It’s Complicated…

Taking a trip to Buzzard Point these days is an exercise in driving or walking through an enormous construction zone with active projects at...

ANC 6A Report – April 2017

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6A Chair Phil Toomajian called the April meeting to order at Miner Elementary School (601 15th St. NE), with Commissioners...

Seeing Blue

The District Department of Transportation (DDOT) has been looking into a citywide conversion of streetlights from the familiar orange glow of high-pressure sodium lights...

ANC 6C Report – May 2017

First District Commander Morgan Kane briefed Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6C at its May meeting on several police issues around the community, including the...

Burrows Under the Hill

There is a rat problem on Capitol Hill, and it has only grown over the last few years. No, this is not another story...