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Friday, October 19, 2018

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...

ANC 6B Report – April 2017

The April 12 meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6B lasted two hours, 45 minutes, much of which was occupied by the business of...

Are Mosquitoes Exploiting DC’s Building Boom?

The Southwest neighborhood of the District is a busy place. More than 50 development projects are planned or underway in the area, including The...

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...

South by West – June 2017

Hoffman Madison Waterfront submitted a stage two Planned Unit Development (PUD) application in May for the third phase of development at District Wharf and...

Don’t Tread on the District

It is budget season in the District, and Mayor Muriel Bowser has proposed putting almost a million dollars to hire a firm to develop...

ANC 6C Report – April 2017

Councilmember Elissa Silverman made a stop in her home court at the April meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6C. “I needed to come...

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...

ANC 6D Report – May 2017

Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6D met on May 8. Commissioners Gail Fast (6D01), Cara Shockley (6D02), Chair Andy Litsky (6D04), Roger Moffatt (6D05), Rhonda...

When a PAC Moves in Next Door

When the home at 428 New Jersey Ave. SE went up for sale, Marisa Gotthold, who lives just down the block, went to check...