41.9 F
Washington, D.C.
Monday, October 23, 2017

Restoring Shepherd Parkway

On the far southwest side of Ward 8, overlooking the confluence of the Anacostia and the Potomac, and continuing for two miles south looking...

Recycling and Composting in DC Are Getting Easier

"Can I recycle this?” As an avid and self-promoting recycler residing in the District, I dread this question. Unfortunately, and for too long, the...

Protecting DC’s Waterways and Our Natural History

While “statehood” and voting representation in Congress continue to elude residents, in February DC gained a state fish and more authority to protect its...

DC Eyes Becoming First ‘Green Bank’ City

Developers and renovation projects in the District could get financial assistance from the city to prioritize “green” installations through a new bill Mayor Muriel...

Heard on the Hill – April 2017

The Hill has a lot to offer us, its fortunate residents. We live in a charming, walkable neighborhood populated by engaged and caring community...

H Street Life – April 2017

It’s not just the plants in your garden that are popping up their heads this time of year. New businesses are sprouting along the...

Bill Walsh and the Hill

The news seems to be well known at this point, but I will still note here officially that Bill Walsh, known colloquially in these...

Chiarina Brings Music to Life

On Feb. 18 my wife and I attended a wonderful concert by Chiarina at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. “Voyages in Song” featured voice and...

Always Fighting, Never Losing

Peering out of the fifth-floor window of Potomac Gardens Family, Building 700, Aquarius Vann-Ghasri takes in the neighborhood she has called her home for...

Separate and Unequal Education in 19th Century DC Schools

The road to the integrated school system that exists today in the District of Columbia has its roots at the beginning of the 19th...