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Archive for September, 2019

Grocery Stores Anchor DC Neighborhoods

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the September 2019 issue pdf By Larry Ray* More than ever, DC consists of a network of neighborhoods. Often, a grocery store anchors or transforms the neighborhood. The Whole Foods in the 1400 block of P Street, NW is a prime example of a neighborhood […]

Restaurant Review ~ Seasons / 2800 Pennsylvania Ave., NW

It’s the Season for Splurging at Brunch Perhaps tourists visiting DC spend too much time looking around for the ultimate eating experience. After all, the nation’s capital has become a food mecca. Numerous chefs and restaurateurs have zeroed in on the city, offering residents so many options that one could easily dine out daily and […]

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Dupont Circle ANC Alleged Campaign Violations Favoring a Ward 2 Candidate Under Investigation

By William G. Schulz The DC Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) has launched an investigation of possible Campaign Finance Act violations by ANC 2B Commissioners Daniel Warwick (2B02), Randy Downs (2B05), and Aaron Landry (2B04). The investigation was prompted by a detailed complaint from ANC 2B09 Commissioner Ed Hanlon alleging that his fellow commissioners illegally […]

Construction of New Australian Embassy Building Slated to Start Soon on Scott Circle

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the September 2019 issue pdf By P.L. Wolff But, first the existing 50-year-old structure needs to be razed; that is set to get underway in November. Meanwhile the Ambassador and the staff has decamped for the next two years into the historic, original National Geographic […]

Demolition Begins at McMillan Park as Opposition Groups Prepare for Legal Battle; Outcome Uncertain

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the September 2019 issue pdf By William G. Schulz Demolition appears to be underway for the fiercely contested redevelopment of the McMillan Park historic site located between North Capitol and First Streets, NW and Michigan Avenue at the north end and Channing Street at the […]

Time to Hold DC Officials to Account for Fire Deaths

On September 3rd, the District Links on-line blog published in it’s The DC Line daily news summaries, a report headlined “67 CASES REOPENED – Dept. of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs chief revisits 67 housing inspection cases after deadly fire at illegal rental. Continuing, it quoted NBC4’s Mark Segraves: “Officials have said the fatal Aug. 18 […]

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Grocery Stores ~ continued from September 2019 issue pdf page 1

[Note: To enlarge the images below, left click on your mouse or key pad] Columbia Heights Neighborhood LIDL/Target controversy An employee who works in the headquarters of the Arlington, Virginia-based U.S Division of the German LIDL discount grocery chain who asked not to be named, told this reporter that it sought to open a full-service […]

Dupont Circle ANC Alleged Campaign Violations Favoring a Ward 2 Candidate Under Investigation

By William G. Schulz The DC Office of Campaign Finance (OCF) has launched an investigation of possible Campaign Finance Act violations by ANC 2B Commissioners Daniel Warwick (2B02), Randy Downs (2B05), and Aaron Landry (2B04). The investigation was prompted by a detailed complaint from ANC 2B09 Commissioner Ed Hanlon alleging that his fellow commissioners illegally […]