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What Would it Take to Reopen the District?

We’ve all heard the stories, and some of us are living them. People have lost their jobs, local businesses are worried about paying staff...

Women of Ward 6

May’s Woman of Ward 6 is Emily Edson Briggs, who won renown by writing a colorfully irreverent newspaper column in the mid to late...

Brewing Environmentally Friendly Beer While Being Extremely Good-Looking

Justin Cox, the founder and CEO of Atlas Brew Works, really likes beer.  A native of Kingsport, Tennessee, he became a self-professed “beer nerd”...

DC 2040

The bullet train pulls into Union Station around noon. I look up from my laptop-phone and see people grabbing their Smart Bags before shuffling...

Returning to Homelessness

Many folks who are incarcerated look forward to their release date and life on the outside – from spending time with loved ones to...

Jack Evans Doth Protest Too Much

In an attempt to hold onto the seat that he has held on to for nearly 30 years, Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans (D)...

DC Democracy is Up to the Courts

We live in a time when the President and the Congress are almost constantly at loggerheads, each accusing the other of acting unconstitutionally. The...

OUR RIVER: The Anacostia

It has been a long struggle – over 25 years of effort – but the Anacostia River has finally received a passing grade.  Last...

Getting into the Swing of Things: Your Guide to All-Star Week

This month we celebrate America’s game: Baseball. The Major League Baseball (MLB) All-Star Game is coming to Nationals Park Tuesday, July 17th, and it’s...
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