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Archive for May, 2012

Sheridan-Kalorama’s Historic Studio House a Direct Link to the 19th & Early 20th Centuries

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By Paul Kelsey Williams* The unusual house at 2133 R Street, NW often attracts onlookers, curious about its history with a door that could be straight out of a nursery rhyme illustration. Upon closer inspection one might notice that the massive door hinges have the […]

From May 2012 Issue / June issue to post on the 8th

Columbia Heights Community Calling on ABC Board to Revoke License of Police-Raided Carryout

Tue., May 15 (6:30-8:30pm; main program starts at 7pm): A community meeting to be held in the upstairs auditorium of St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church (1525 Newton St; enter through the red doors on the 16th St. side) will be for the purpose of reporting on the February 2nd execution of search warrant […]

Adams Morgan Parks Issues, Sidewalk Café Permits & Liquor Serving Hours to be Discussed

Thu., May 17 (7pm): The Kalorama Citizens Association (KCA) will be holding its monthly meeting at Good Will Baptist Church (1862 Kalorama Rd.; enter by the main front steps & bear right to the rear side door). Following a short presentation the executive director of the DC Office on Aging, this month’s meeting will be […]

DC’S ECONOMY REQUIRES HELPING OUR SMALL BUSINESSES

We keep hearing from the mayor and city council members about how important small businesses are for the city –- for generating employment and tax dollars –- yet the District continues to be ranked as the worst among all the states for small business, according to the measures used by the northern Virginia-based Small Business […]

16th Street’s Former Spanish Ambassador’s Residence Being Considered for Use as a Center to Showcase Spanish Culture, Arts

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By Anthony L. Harvey In a move heralding a first step in the revitalization of the long-closed, 90-year-old mansion formerly housing the residence of the Spanish Ambassador to the United States located at 2801 16th Street, NW, the Embassy of Spain joined with the other […]

Mid-City Artists Open Studios Spring Event Set for Weekend of May 19-20

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By P.L. Wolff Continuing their twice-yearly event, 27 members of the Mid-City Artists group working in the area east of Dupont Circle, roughly bounded by 17th Street on the west, V Street on the north, 9th Street on the east, and P Street on the […]

Architecturally Creative Projects for West End Described by Leading Architect

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By Anthony L. Harvey Washington audiences have grown accustomed to bravura architectural presentations from the prize-winning North American architect Enrique Norten, of the 70-member Mexico City and New York firm known as Ten Arquitectos; the Tuesday evening, May 1st lecture and panel discussion at the […]

Prepared for InTowner.com by Jo Ricks Reporting Period: March 2012

SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES (40) [condo & co-op listings follow] 53 Bates St. $507,000 67 Bryant St. $762,500 615 Columbia Rd. $390,000 1618 Corcoran St. $1,600,000 1008 Fairmont St. $585,000 1117 Fairmont St. $751,000 216 Florida Ave. $516,000 1447 Girard St. $645,000 751 Gresham Pl. $270,000 1721 Harvard St. $615,000 1860 Ingleside Terr. $870,000 426 Irving […]

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