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Archive for October, 2013

Artists from Dupont to Shaw Opening Their Studios for the Public to Visit

Sat. & Sun., Oct. 19 & 20 (12noon-5pm): Continuing their twice-yearly event, some 20 members of the Mid-City Artists group working in the area east of Dupont Circle, roughly bounded by 18h Street on the west, Florida Avenue on the north, 9th Street on the east, and N Street on the south, will be opening […]

Distinguished Artist Recital Series Concert at First Baptist Church Near Scott Circle

Sun., Oct. 20 (4pm): Organist Ken Cowan will open this special series of recitals intended to showcase the organ’s capabilities and glorious sounds performing on the church’s spectacular new instrument, custom-built for First Baptist and having its debut on September 15th (see report at, containing 6,000 pipes in four chambers and two trumpets en […]

27th Annual AIDS Walk to Spotlight DC as Home to Some of the Worst HIV Rates Not Only in the U.S. But Worldwide

Sat., Oct. 26 (9:20am): This will be the start time at Freedom Plaza (13th St. & Pa. Ave., NW), but for those who arrive an hour earlier the organizers from Whitman-Walker Health are planning an “uplifting program of music, speakers and warm-up.” And for those who at the last minute decide to participate, same-day registration […]

Third District Police Hosting Halloween Party for the Kids

Thu., Oct. 31 (6-9pm): Commander Jacob Kishter of the Third District is inviting families to join with him and other MPD officers at the 3D station (1620 V. St., NW) for  food, games, and a best costume contest, with the winner getting a grand prize. For more information call Community Outreach Coordinator Marco Santiago at […]

Celebrate Halloween With the Phantoms of the Organ

Thu., Oct. 31 (7pm): The First Baptist Church (16th & O Sts., NW) will be offering a free Halloween concert featuring several Washington organists appearing in appropriate costumes for the occasion. Charles Miller, National City Christian Church’s retiring organist will be performing Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor and will close the program with Widor’s […]

Dupont Circle Main Streets Organization Credited for Programs Helping Merchants

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the February 2008 issue pdf By April Fehling* On any given day, hundreds of pedestrians rush past a squat brick building tucked right off of Dupont Circle. Inside, Historic Dupont Circle Main Streets’ one staff member, Executive Director Morgan Zehner, is coordinating an ambitious effort to […]

Annual “Taste of Dupont” Event Was Held on a Beautiful Evening

For the sixth year, on October 21st, over 20 Dupont Circle restaurants offered their favorite appetizers, entrées, or desserts during this popular progressive dinner opportunity designed for participants to explore neighborhood eateries by going from place to place with tasting tickets to enjoy the best that the wide variety of restaurants along Connecticut Avenue, P, […]

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ABC Board Rejects Petition for 14th & U Sts. Area Liquor Moratorium

By a unanimous decision issued on October 2, 2013, the ABC Board denied the petition of the Shaw-Dupont Citizens Alliance (SDCA) to impose a moratorium on the issuance of new ABC licenses except for the sale of beer and wine at grocery stores, and for other restrictions, in the U Street corridor as “not in […]