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Archive for October 15th, 2019

November 15 ~ Free Noontime Organ Music at National City Christian Church

Fri., Nov. 15th (12:15-1pm): The free, 45-minute) Friday lunch hour pipe organ Winter recital series at National City Christian Church on Thomas Circle, NW continues   ff ythe new month  with New York City organist Phillip Lamb will devote an entire program to works of Louis Vierne. Then on the 15th, Benjamin LaPrairie, Associate Director of […]

November 17 ~ Dupont Little Flea Market Open for Business on Sundays

Sun, Nov. 17th (10am-4pm): At the corner of 19th and Q Streets, NW, next door to Diego’s Hair Salon and catty-corner from the Hotel Dupont – one will delight in this year-round grouping of vendors who have built a strong following since its debut in May. Owner John Harvey has for sale a wide range […]

Office of Planning Set to Rollout Controversial Comp  Plan Update; Affordable Housing Advocates Wary

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the October 2019 issue pdf By William G. Schulz DC Council has set the stage for the rollout on October 15th of the bulk of the updated Comprehensive Plan to guide future development in the District of Columbia. It promises to be a policy wonk’s […]

Art All Night in Shaw Drew Record Crowds

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the October 2019 issue pdf By Alexander M. Padro* Almost 30,000 people flooded the streets and alleys of Shaw for eight hours on the night of September 14th, when Shaw Main Streets presented its eighth annual Art All Night festival in the neighborhood. This was […]

Bricked Alleys, Sidewalks: Lovely? Historic? Expensive? Dangerous?

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the October 2019 issue pdf By Larry Ray* “The sidewalk is the most public of public spaces,” writes UCLA Professor Anastasia Loukaitou-Sideris in her 2011 book, Sidewalks: Conflict and Negotiation over Public Space. What a conundrum in choosing sidewalk and alley material! Local officials must […]