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Thursday, May 24, 2018

Chaos Left Behind

Metropolitan Police Department Officer Charles Monk stands toward the back of his police cruiser as he checks off a list of equipment he needs...

The Capitol Hill Restoration Society Presents the 60th Annual Mother’s Day...

Fascinating houses, history, art, and antiques – the Capitol Hill Restoration Society House and Garden Tour presents it all in an easily walkable loop....

A Practical Guide to Mother’s Day, From a Mom

Mother’s Day in DC is, well, it’s lit, you guys. Roses, peonies, and azaleas are in bloom, and the Capitol Hill Restoration Society’s House...

Heard on the Hill – May 2017

How is it May already? I refuse to accept the rapidly approaching specter of summer and all its mandated extra grooming. However, I suppose...

Sharon Ambrose (1939-2017)

Think of Sharon Ambrose when your children splash in the fountains at Yards Park. Applaud her while you cheer at a Nationals game. Discover...

Harbour Square: A Modernist Jewel of Southwest DC Celebrates Its 50th...

Harbour Square, named to the DC Inventory of Historic Sites in 2013 and included in the National Register of Historic Places, recently held a...

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...