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Archive for April, 2016

First Ever Blessing of Bicycles in DC Set for Downtown

Sat., May 7  (11am): All are welcome, with or without bikes,  at this free, non-denominational event to be hosted by the Church of the Ascension & St. Agnes at 12th St. & Mass.Ave. on its lawn. In case of rain event will be held inside the church. (Since the mid-1990s, similar events have been held […]

Prepared for InTowner.com by Kevin McDuffie & Staff of Coldwell Banker Dupont/Logan ~ Reporting Period: March 2016

The area covered by these listings is bounded by Rock Creek on the west, Upshur Street on the north, North Capitol Street on the east, and Massachusetts Avenue/M Street on the south.  SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES [condo & co-op listings follow] 120 Bates St. $525,000 511 Crittenden St. $599,995 800 Crittenden St. $559,000 515 Decatur St. […]

April 2016 Issue / May issue PDF to post on the 13th

Honk that Horn — Go to Jail: Evolution of Noise Regulation in Washington, DC

  To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each By Matthew B. Gilmore* Toot that horn unnecessarily and you’ll be arrested and fined. Ninety-three drivers were arrested in August of 1939. Pretty dramatic action, but Washington had been struggling with noise pollution, specifically traffic noise pollution for years. This spate of […]

Restaurant Review ~ Kinship / 1015 7th St., NW

Every once in awhile, DC foodies are treated to some fabulous food — really, really over the top — and that is the case with the recently opened Kinship near the Convention Center. Under the culinary direction of superstar chef Eric Ziebold — he of the CityZen fame — Kinship takes its place among the […]

April issue pdf, lead stories & editorial now posted; more community news & special features to post on 4/15

Park View Neighborhood Sizzles; Residents Enjoy Georgia Avenue’s New Eateries and Other Amenities

Accompanying images can be viewed in the April 2016 issue PDF By Larry Ray* Where can you find a spicy Panamanian restaurant? Where can you find a new, social bookstore? What about a vegan restaurant? What about a Thai restaurant from an “American dude”? All of this on Georgia Avenue, NW — in Park View. […]

Mid-City Artists Open Studios Spring Event Set for Weekend of May 14-15

Accompanying images can be viewed in the April 2016 issue PDF By P.L. Wolff Continuing their regular spring event, nearly 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 […]

16th Street Service Changes Proposed by WMATA to Speed Busses Get Mixed Reactions

Accompanying images can be viewed in the March 2016 issue PDF By Anthony L. Harvey The District’s Department of Transportation (DDOT) preferred plan for improved Metro bus service on the 16th Street line’s S1, S2, and S4 bus routes received qualified support from the Dupont Circle and Adams Morgan Advisory Neighborhood Commissions (ANCs) at two […]

Dupont Circle Village to Hold Annual Gala & Silent Auction

Apr. 17 (6:30-9:30pm): Plans include recreating the spirit and music of the jazz age, nner, fabulous buffet dinner, raffle prizes and wonderful items to bid on during the silent auction. Among the those offerings will be stays in Paris, in houses in Provence and Santa Fe and a country house in Rappahannock County; a picnic […]