Participants in the CQ/Roll Call Election Impact conference focused on what significant actions might be done by next April.
The Fillmore Arts Center, based in Hardy Middle School at 1819 35th St. NW, is again facing closure at the end of the school year. Interim DCPS Chancellor John Davis […]
Election Day in Washington, D.C., Nov. 8, began before dawn for hundreds of election board employees, poll workers and poll watchers as they set up and opened 143 voting sites […]
Arts for the Aging gave its Lolo Sarnoff Founder’s Award to Nancy Peery Marriott at a sparkling gala Oct. 19 at the Society of the Cincinnati. A singer and vocal […]
Neighbors of the Duke Ellington School for the Arts have been enduring truck traffic and parking restrictions for months during the school’s ongoing renovation and expansion. Here is just one […]
Historic Dumbarton House at 2715 Q St. NW, headquarters of the National Society of the Colonial Dames of America, has closed for the installation of a geothermal heating, ventilation and […]
There are surveillance cameras as utilitarian in appearance as the duty they perform. Then there are those that also serve as an aesthetic enhancement. These two surveillance cameras, captured by […]
The proposed passenger link between Georgetown and Rosslyn moved forward last Thursday, when the results of a feasibility study were presented to the public.
The golden scissors, and more than 100 journalists, came out yesterday morning for the ribbon-cutting that officially opened D.C.’s Trump International Hotel, three blocks from the White House.
Any voter can vote at the Judiciary Square site all day every day until Nov. 8. Other centers, including the Georgetown Library, will open Oct. 28.