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Monday, June 25, 2018

Labyrinth Games and Puzzles Offers an Unplugged Community Center

When Kathleen Donahue lets me into Labyrinth Games and Puzzles (645 Pennsylvania Ave SE), the lights are off. It’s a Monday — the only...

Sousa Birthday Celebrations at Congressional Cemetery

"It was a real life, where real things happened." So remarked the actor portraying John Philip Sousa at the 163rd birthday celebrations in honor...

Social Security Office Moves to SW

The Washington, DC M Street Social Security Administration office has relocated to 1300 D St. SW. Office hours at the new location will remain...

Farewell to Lustre Cleaners

For almost a hundred years there has been a Lustre Cleaners tidying, folding and pressing District garments to perfection. Starting out back in 1918,...

Clean-Up Crew Kicks Off Earth Month With Expansion

Maybe you saw them Saturday, sweeping throughout the Hill with gloves and large, black garbage bags: more than sixty volunteers of the Capitol Hill...

Ari Gejdenson

It’s very fitting that I am sitting across from Ari Gejdenson in Ari’s Diner, one of three new establishments the young restaurateur has recently...

Antiochia Home Linens Open in Hine School Development

Antiochia, the Turkish home linens business, has a new home in the north building of the Hine School Development. The Antiochia Home Linens store...

Robert J. Cerullo

A true Capitol Hill character, Robert. J. Cerullo died at his North Carolina Avenue SE home on December 7, 2017, following a long battle...

Become a Friend of Lincoln Park

In Pierre L’Enfant’s 1791 plan for Washington, the square now known as Lincoln Park was to contain a monument, a point from which all...

The Wharf: Where DC Meets the Water

Oct. 12 marks the debut of entirely new riverside neighborhood, Phase One of “The Wharf.” This $2 billion renovation of Southwest’s waterfront required several...