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Palisades Parade Celebrates Hometown D.C. (photos)

Though the day was 90-something degrees, many went on to enjoy lemonade, watermelon and hot dogs on Sherier Place, where the mayor cut the ribbon to open the new Palisades Recreation Center.

Big Hole, Big Crane at Hyde-Addison

The east and north footings, which will support the foundation of the expanded elementary school, are due to be completed any day now, along with the final removal of rock from the excavated site.  

ANC Monday: New Restaurants, K St. Bike Lanes

Several restaurant license applications are on the agenda for tonight's meeting of Advisory Neighborhood Commission 2E, along with a new sidewalk cafe for the King of Falafel.

Georgetowners Love Their Parks

Washington, D.C., is known as a particularly green capital city, with the National Mall and many memorials surrounded by lawns and gardens. But few...

Up on the Roof: Rosewood Celebrates Summer

With its panoramic views, plush sofas and beautiful landscaping, the Rooftop at Rosewood Washington, D.C., has become a cozy haven for those “in the...

Stunning New Cleveland Park Library Opens

The construction of the modernistic building at the corner of Malcolm Street and Connecticut Avenue had been observed by neighbors and Connecticut Avenue drivers and joggers for almost two years.

Endorsements: Bower, Mendelson et al.

Mayor Muriel Bowser has become the leading advocate for our city, dealing with its booming development, as well as looking for ways to ensure all Washingtonians benefit from good economic times.

Imagining RFK: 50 Years Later

We all experience history in different ways, in terms of time, place and context. For most, these past few months, the specter of 1968 has...

M St. Sidewalk Expansion on Hold

The Georgetown Business Improvement District’s sidewalk-widening project, which added six feet of sidewalk out from the curb on each side of the street last year, won't return until late summer or early fall.

Georgetown Lutheran Shows Art by Prisoners

An exhibition of work created in the Lorton Art Program, founded in 1975 by Mia Choumenkovitch, will be on view through June 7 at Georgetown Lutheran Church, 1556 Wisconsin Ave. NW.