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Will Georgetown Keep Cool With Coolidge?

Representatives of the Vermont-based Calvin Coolidge Presidential Foundation presented plans at an Oct. 2 Advisory Neighborhood Commission meeting to locate an outpost at the historic mansion at 3425 Prospect St. NW.

The Las Vegas Shooting: An American Nightmare

There were countless reported acts of heroism Oct. 1 — people throwing themselves on others to protect them, others applying bandages and pressure to bleeding wounds.

ANC Monday: Airbnb, Park Police, Circulator, Streetlights

There will be a presentation on the regulation of Airbnb rentals at tonight's meeting, along with resolutions on the DC Circulator and streetlights.

How to Help Puerto Rico

This hurricane season, three hurricanes caused a lot of damage in the United States: Harvey, Irma and Maria. With Hurricane Maria, the damage that was...

Dave Chappelle Gives Emmy to Ellington School, Gets Key to Washington, D.C.

Dave Chappelle returned to his alma mater, the Duke Ellington School of the Arts on 35th Street, remarking on its reconstruction and giving the...

Georgetown Main Street Approved

Along with Georgetown, DSLBD designated and funded three other DC Main Streets programs (organizations): Kennedy Street /Upper 14th Street, NW (Ward 4); Lower Georgia Avenue (Ward 1); and Minnesota Avenue (Ward 7).

Hugh Hefner, Who Outlived Style He Created, Dies at 91

The founder of the Playboy empire had the resources to live his youth over and over again, Dorian Gray with a pipe.

Weekend Round Up September 21, 2017

After a public symposium on Degas at the National Gallery of Art on Friday, there is music, theater, advice for writers, historical shopping and, on Sunday, the Taste of Georgetown.

Dem Women: From Resistance to Organizing

On Sept. 19, the Woman's National Democratic Club premiered the newest film by filmmaker Lilly Rivlin, “Heather Booth: Changing the World,” with Booth herself on hand.

All About Politics: Running (or Not) for Mayor, Governor

Former Mayor Vince Gray — who lost to Bowser in 2014 and is now the Council member from Ward 7 — very much wants to run again for mayor, our columnist believes.

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