It happened in Georgetown. In August of 2011. A murder and investigation that verged on the “you can’t make this stuff up” category. Now a fictionalized movie about the bizarre […]
On March 22, Mayor Muriel Bowser and others testified at a House Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing concerning the Washington, D.C. Admission Act.
According to District Council candidate Katherine Venice, we must all realize that America now is the Edmund Pettus Bridge, and we are all called to stand up in the spirit of John Lewis.
He’s baaaack … already. Just ten days after leaving his Ward 2 District Council seat that he held for almost 29 years, Jack Evans filed papers with the Board of […]
This year’s Women’s March coincided with the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave and guarantees women’s Constitutional right to vote.
Every year, we remember the day: September 11. Every year, it arrives, less and less with large and loud ceremony, more and more in the closets of memory, distanced a little, […]
As we write—or try to write—about the future and things to look forward to in 2019 as well as things to look back to what is really an unfinished year, […]
District of Columbia residents who are political and election junkies can be excused forfeeling a bit frustrated every two years at this time of the year. “Crucial” primary elections for […]
Industry veterans Donald and Amy Carlin, who plan to open more restaurants in Georgetown, are seen as part of the neighborhood’s restaurant renaissance.
Education visionary Chris Whittle will share his philosophy of the first international K-12 school concept, the Whittle School & Studios, which will grow to 30 campuses across the globe over the next decade.