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Monday, October 23, 2017

Winners of 2017 Capitol Hill Community Achievement Awards

One sign of spring on Capitol Hill is the gala dinner at the Folger Shakespeare Library that each year brings together several hundred people...

United for Statehood

A Virginian named Tom Garrett and a Floridian named Marco Rubio want to gut our gun laws. An Ohioan name Brad Wenstrup and an...

Investigating Complex Crimes with Officer Byrd

Keith Byrd remembers the interrogation room where serial arsonist Maurice Dews sat in 2011. He can still see the scene when investigators brought in...

Companies for Causes Donates Books to Miner Elementary

Students at Miner Elementary (601 15th St. NE) got a special delivery on March 22 –boxes and boxes of books to kick off Literacy...

Mayor Bowser and the DC Council Should Stop Budgeting with Their...

The District's economy is healthy and adding businesses, jobs, and residents. That’s good news as Mayor Bowser and the DC Council begin work on...

South by West – March 2017

Audi Field Set to Break Ground After several years of planning and about a year after submitting a planned unit development (PUD) application, final approval...

Your Chance to Help Plan the Future of Anacostia Park

For nearly all of us, the closest open space and encounter with nature is the park land along our Anacostia River. Now we can...

Greening the District

January marked the halfway point of Muriel Bowser’s current term as mayor of the District of Columbia, an opportune time to reflect on her...

Building Public Policy and Political Platforms

After agreeing to divvy up the prime real estate of committee chairmanships, DC Councilmembers have begun identifying their top public policy priorities. As a...

The Wrong Choice for DC Workers

Donald Trump famously campaigned on promises to “make America great again” by fighting for working people. Yet his nominee for Secretary of Labor, Andrew...