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Printer Offers Free Banners to Local Businesses

A local business is trying to help other businesses stay afloat during hard times, by helping to flage those who are open. Minuteman Press (555...

Get Your Toilet Paper

UPDATE: after trying out to-go food for a week, the Tune Inn has decided to close. Help them by contributing to a gofundme to...

Ward 6 Porch Happy Hour Friday at 5 pm

Councilmember Charles Allen (Ward 6-D) is encouraging everyone to celebrate the first day of spring by getting together --and staying far apart. Residents are encouraged...

Kenilworth Park Remains Open: Update Closed March 26

UPDATE: The National Park Service (NPS) announced that as of March 26, Kenilworth Park and Aquatic Gardens --including the visitor center, gardens & park...

Labyrinth Offers Curbside Pick-Up, Delivery

You're home with the family, and wondering what you're going to do next week when you've exhausted all the toys and games on the...

Support Ludlow Taylor ES Through Online Auction

Ludlow Taylor Elementary School (659 G St. NE) may have cancelled the 'A Taste for the Arts' live event, which was scheduled for March...

March 25: Ward 6 Budget Town Hall is Back!

Councilmember Charles Allen’s Ward 6 Budget Town Hall has been scheduled for Wednesday, March 25 at 6 p.m.at the newly-modernized Maury Elementary School (1250...

Free Legal Clinic for Start-up Nonprofits and Small Businesses

On March 18, 2 to 4 p.m., the DC Bar Pro Bono Center holds a free legal clinic to help small businesses and nonprofits...

SW AARP Luncheon

Southwest Waterfront AARP’s Women’s History Month meeting is on March 18, noon. Donna Purchase, President of the Southwest Neighborhood Assembly (SWNA), will speak on...

What Grows on Capitol Hill?

On March 10, at 7:15 p.m., at Northeast Library, 330 Seventh St. NE, the Capitol Hill Garden Club presents: “20/20 Vision: What Grows on...
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