Downtowner News: EV Stations, Walkability, Safe Dating and School Vaccines
Adams Morgan Street to Be Periodically Closed for Events In an effort to help foot traffic, 18th Street between Columbia and Kalorama roads will be shut down on a few […]
Downtowner News Briefs: June 6, 2022
“Shaming Renaming” Gets D.C. Council Member Banned from Russia D.C. Council member Mary Cheh (D-Ward 3), helped name a block outside the Russian Embassy after a dissident the Russians are […]
GMS’s Melanie Hayes Excited by 2022 Opportunities
As the new chair of Georgetown Main Street (GMS), Melanie Hayes – Vice President, TTR Sotheby’s International Realty – is enthusiastic about her GMS team and their group’s mission to […]
Covering Zuck in a Suit on the Hill
Some media focused on the threat of future regulation of Facebook. “Mark hints at future fees,” some ominously noted. Others warned about or recommended “comprehensive” legislation.
Startups Big and Small: Halcyon’s New Cohort
At the Sept. 12 event introducing the fellows, Erin Egan, Facebook’s vice president and chief privacy officer, policy, reminded them and the other attendees that Facebook also began as a startup.