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Hebrew Home ~ continued from page 1

In July of the same year the property was listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Just west of the Hebrew Home was the Jewish Social Service Agency (JSSA), designed by architect Julius Wenig. JSSA serves as a relief agency delivering food and services to needy families. This allowed for the centralization of Jewish […]

Masonic Temple Project – Citrizen FOIA Application

Request Under the DC Freedom of Information Act Requester: Edward Hanlon 1523 Swann Street NW Washington, DC 20009 ANC Commissioner 2B09 mailto:Ed.Hanlon.3@gmail.com The following records of ANC 2B are requested: Time Period: January 2, 2019 thru April 8, 2019 Category of Records Sought: All emails to or from Daniel Warwick to any person or entity […]

April 5 ~ Revolutionary War Exhibition Opens at Anderson House

King Louis XVI of France sent thousands of French soldiers and sailors across the Atlantic to support the American War of Independence. It was an adventure none of them would forget. This special exhibition, “Revolutionary Reflections: French Memories of the War for America,” which will remain on view through next October at the Society of […]

April 7 ~ Adams Morgan Long-timers to Share Their Stories

Sun., Apr. 7th (5-5:30pm): The Line Hotel in Adams Morgan (Champlain & Euclid Sts.) will be hosting a storytelling program featuring Adams Morgan residents for the Indie Lens Pop-Up screening of Academy Award-winning filmmaker Morgan Neville’s “Won’t You Be My Neighbor.” The “Neighbors” theme will be explored through the stories and reflections on the neighborhood’s […]

March 23 ~ Bloomingdale/McMillan Park Walking Tour Announced

Sat., Mar. 23 (9-11+am; rain date, same time, Sun. 23rd): The following information about another of these highly popular events was received from Friends of McMillan Park (FOMP) which has been in the forefront of oversight concerning the partially (so far) approved historic site development. “Once again, we are fortunate to have our neighbor and friend […]

March 13 ~ DDOT’s Proposed New Residential Parking Regs on Dupont Circle ANC’s Agenda

Wed., Mar. 13 (7pm): Among the matters to be presented at ANC 2B’s regular monthly meeting to be held at the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (1717 Mass. Ave, Rm. 500; note: attendees must show photo ID to enter) will be DDOT’s proposed high crash site safety improvements for the intersection at Connecticut […]

Spring Fling ~ continued from March 2019 issue pdf page 1

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February 2019 Issue PDF

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Drones ~ continued from February 2019 issue pdf page 1

DC No Drone Zone The National Capital Region is governed by a Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA) within a 30-mile radius of Reagan Washington National Airport, by which the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) restricts all flights in the greater DC area. Flying an unmanned aircraft within the 15-mile radius inner ring is prohibited without specific […]

Annie’s Paramount Steakhouse

[This short history is excerpted from June 2017 lead story, “Gay Bars Evolving into the Mainstream.”] Before there was JR’s Bar & Grill at [its originall] 17th and Church Streets location — which originally had been a grocery store owned by a family who had lived above the store since the early years of the […]