Exclusive Interview: Shirley Kwan-Hui, Head of New D.C. Agency Protecting Consumers and Licensing Businesses 

January 9, 2023

There’s a new consumer-protection czar in town. And her skills and life experience are poised to help safeguard D.C. residents and visitors while ensuring safe and successful business practices in […]

2022 – 2023: What’s Out and What’s In

December 29, 2022

As we look toward the new year with high hopes and a modicum of trepidation, it is perhaps altogether fitting and proper to look back on this past year and […]

Crime: Beware of Porch Piracy This Holiday Season

December 19, 2022

With less than a week before Christmas and over 50 percent of Americans shopping for gifts online this year (according to Statista.com), the problem of “porch piracy” – or package […]

ANC Notes, Dec. 2022: Hotel Construction on M St., Transformer Statues, New Commissioners

December 5, 2022

For their final meeting for the year, ANC 2E met virtually on Tuesday evening, Nov. 29 with Chair Rick Murphy (2E03) in a thankful, gracious mood chairing his final ANC […]

Ward 2 Council Member Pinto Supports DCRA Split 

November 7, 2022

When does it make sense to split a major city agency in two? In the case of the dissolution of the District’s Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) into […]

Friends of Jelleff Rec. Center Announce Renovation, Halloween Party Plans

October 12, 2022

Big plans are afoot at the Jelleff Recreation Center at 3265 S St. NW. “The District finally has contracted with the DRL Architects Group to design the construction plans for the $37 million […]

News Bombshells Will Impact Georgetown Migrants, Services

October 11, 2022

Three news bombshells – two emanating from the D.C. Council and one from a federal court – will significantly impact migrants in Georgetown businesses, services and universities almost immediately. Office […]

Weekend Round Up, Sept. 1 – 4

September 1, 2022

As we close out summer 2022, there are lots of things to do to keep you busy this three-day weekend. Enjoy the 18th Annual DC JazzFest, the National Book Festival, […]

Crime & Safety: Shooting on School’s First Day, Commanders’ Player Shot

August 29, 2022

A Shooting on the First Day of School It was the first day of school for the pre-Ks, kindergarteners and elementary school students of Mundo Verde Bilingual Public Charter School. […]

Downtowner News: EV Stations, Walkability, Safe Dating and School Vaccines

August 15, 2022

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 […]