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Archive for March 9th, 2012

OUR DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY ELECTION FAVORED PICKS

Four Years ago we endorsed Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans for re-election when he was a candidate for a fifth term and was up against a credible opponent. This time around, the council member has no opposition in the Democratic Party primary election being held early next month. Nevertheless, we still feel compelled to urge […]

Disposition or Retention of MLK Main Library Building Subject of In-Depth Report to Guide DC Library Trustees

By Anthony L. Harvey Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF In a report prepared by the Urban Land Institute and released on March 5, 2012 by the DC Public Library administration (DCPL) containing 20 crisply and concisely written and well-illustrated pages, a fundamental benchmark was established for future consideration of the […]

Adams Morgan ANC Rejects New Hotel Plan Following Earlier Consideration by its Planning, Zoning & Transportation (PZT) Committee

By Anthony L. Harvey Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF After several hours of contentious discussion by approximately 50 proponents and opponents of the proposed Adams Morgan Historic Hotel — designed to incorporate the First Church of Christ, Scientist in an adaptive re-use historic preservation project — the Adams Morgan Advisory […]

Historic Church Faces Earthquake Repairs

By P.L. Wolff Accompanying images can be viewed in the current issue PDF Although nothing appeared amiss on the outside of Thomas Circle’s grand National City Christian Church following the August 23, 2011 earthquake, within all was not well. The front section of the soaring John Russell Pope-designed sanctuary and the pipe organ sustained significant […]