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Archive for July, 2013

City Council Takes Off for Summer Break Leaving Us Dangling

Where to start? We suppose the obvious would be the Council’s “living wage” bill. While the intentions are good, there is much that might not be good. But this is a subject that requires a commentary of its own. Next we have to wonder about the sudden move — by an eight to five vote […]

Controversial Project for Construction of New Row Houses on Heavily Wooded Mt. Pleasant Site Raise Issues of Compatibility & Appropriateness

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By Anthony L. Harvey It may not be the forest primeval but the heavily wooded, small triangular plot of land at the corner of Oakwood Terrace and 17th Street, NW, with the site’s majestic, tall mature oak tree, has long served as a dramatic beacon […]

Former Central Union Mission Building to Become High-End Residential Project

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By P.L. Wolff After 30 years serving the homeless at 14th and R Streets, NW, Central Union Mission is relocating its shelter and outreach program to 65 Massachusetts Avenue, NW, an existing building now in the final stages of total renovation with expected completion in […]

From July 2013 Issue / August issue to post on the 9th

Officials Developing Plan for City Parks & Rec Centers; Charging Fees Being Suggested

Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF By Anthony L. Harvey In a little noticed press release from DC’s Department of Parks & Recreation (DPR) and the Office of Planning (OP) issued on June 11th, amongst the daily blizzard of DC government informational press releases, program announcements, and Mayoral events and schedules, […]

Prepared for InTowner.com by Jo Ricks / Reporting Period: May 2013

SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES (63) [condo & co-op listings follow]   2131 Bancroft Pl. $1,948,000 1945 Biltmore St. $1,399,000 126 Bryant St. $895,000 1870 California St. $1,225,000 2306 California St. $1,800,000 2207 Flagler Pl. $800,000 958 Florida Ave. $439,900 749 Gresham Pl. $602,500 765 Gresham Pl. $420,000 1476 Harvard St. $1,000,000 1613 Hobart St. $955,000 3411 […]

Logan Circle Heritage Trail Celebrates Neighborhood’s Rich History

With a celebratory program in Logan Circle Park and a public reception at the Studio Theatre on July 13th, this newest -– the 15th — in the District’s Heritage Trail program was dedicated and the virtual ribbon cut for everyone to follow the map showing the trail’s points of interest throughout the neighborhood. Produced by […]

Restaurant Review ~ Dukem / 1114-18 U St., NW

Eating Ethiopian Few Washingtonians need an intro to this U Street Fave: Dukem. Famous for its exotic dishes (well, exotic to Western tastes) and for its Ethiopian musical entertainment, this destination offers a mini buffet at lunchtime, a full bar, two dining rooms, and a next-door mini grocery for takeout orders and Ethiopian foodstuffs and […]

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