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Archive for November, 2015

Library System Seeking Input on Ways to Tap Into Dr. King’s Legacy to Enhance Programs

Accompanying images can be viewed in the November 2015 issue pdf By Anthony L. Harvey At a lightly attended November 4th panel discussion in the great hall of the MLK Memorial Library, Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton, DC’s long-serving since 1991 Delegate to the U.S. House of Representatives, introduced a DC Public Library (DCPL)-organized panel on […]

Stop Pepco Merger! Once Again, a Clarion Call

Back in June we addressed this then looming disaster for DC residential (and, for that matter, small business) electric utility ratepayers in this space. (See, “Pepco & Exelon Together Make Us Fear No Relief from the Heat.”) We were then highly critical of the phony-baloney assurances and promises –- including a one-time $50 rebate (whoopty-do!) […]

November Issue PDF & most online content now uploaded; remaining, including real estate sales to post shortly

The listings below are those published through January 2014. This feature was on hiatus from February 2014 until the November 2015 posting (above)

17th Street Halloween High Heel Race Fun Festivities 2015

To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each Photos by Phil Carney*     *Phil Carney is a long-time 17th Street resident and activist, a former Dupont Circle ANC commissioner, and a recognized photographer and chronicler of the neighborhood’s life and history.

Mid-City Artists Open Studios Fall Event Held Weekend of November 7th-8th

Continuing their now 12th annual popular free, fall event centered in the neighborhoods between Dupont and Logan Circles, over 15 members of the Mid-City Artists (MCA) group working in the area roughly bounded by 18h Street on the west, Florida Avenue on the north, 9th Street on the east, and N Street on the south, […]