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Yoga Returns To The Wharf

Yoga is back at The Wharf. District Flow Yoga opens this Saturday, Feb. 15 with free classes all day. The pop-up studio in the...

ANC Commissioner Clark Steps Down

At the February 11th meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6B, Commissioner Kasie Clark (6B09) announced that March would be her last full ANC meeting...

Are the Homeless DC Residents? Do Encampments Threaten Children?

At the Feb. 11th meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 6B (ANC), a commissioner questioned whether District agencies are providing enough incentive to get homeless...

Wave of Change Coming to Barracks Row

A wave of new businesses are opening on Barracks Row as others renew their commitment to the street, said Barracks Row Main Street (BRMS)....

Join Great Backyard Bird Count

The latest science shows that two-thirds of North American birds are threatened by climate change, there is no better time to get involved in...

Celebrating Ten Years of Capitol Hill Corner

If you live on the Hill, you’ve undoubtedly passed Larry Janezich in the street. A neatly-built, spare man, the editor of Capitol Hill Corner...

Learn the Story of Payne ES

Marlee Young is the fifth generation of her family to attend Payne Elementary School. The fifth-grader discovered that since the 1930s, a line of...

A Cure for Winter Gardening Blues

Missing the feel of the earth and the promise of blooms in the cold of early February? Planting helleborus orientalis, also known as Lenten...

School Choice Reduces Neighborhood School Resources

Camara Francis wakes her son shortly after 6 a.m. and gets him ready for the day, sending him downstairs to his father to dress...

Ground Broken on New Southwest Library

“This is exciting. This is a really big day for Southwest,” said Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen (D) just before he grabbed a shovel...
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