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Community Policing ~ continued from page 1

MPD’s communications director, Dustin Sternbeck, in responding to our request for comment about this incident, took exception to our understanding of the facts, as follows: “The bilingual officer involved in the referenced incident is intimately familiar with the Columbia Heights beat. He had interacted with the young lady and her brother days prior and had […]

ANC 2B Commissioner Hanlon’s New Complaint

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Reporting Period: November 2019 ~ Prepared for InTowner.com by the sales brokerage of Continental Properties, Ltd.

The area covered by these listings includes the northwest DC neighborhoods primarily of Adams Morgan, Mt. Pleasant, Columbia Heights, North Columbia Heights, Petworth & Park View; WeSt. End, Dupont, Scott, Thomas & Logan Circles; Dupont East, U St., Shaw, Le Droit Park, Bloomingdale & Mt. Vernon Square. SINGLE FAMILY HOUSES [59] [condo & co-op listings […]

Homeless ~ continued from page 1

As one Dupont Circle resident told The InTowner, “I am not heartless when it comes to people’s plights and contribute responsibly, but permitting . . . [living on the streets] is neither caring or responsible.” (Emphasis ours.) On November 21st, during National Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week, Mayor Bowser’s office announced that she had hosted […]

E-scooters and Bikes Evolve From Fad ~ continued from page 1

Diener noted that Cheh’s legislation would effectively prohibit riding on the sidewalk by requiring that operators set the e-scooters to go no faster than about six mph on the sidewalk. Rob Halligan, another Dupont resident and founder of the online Dupont Forum listserv, characterizes the growing tension between e-bike and e-scooter riders as “smart growth […]

December 2 ~ DDOT’s 20,000 New Scooters Allowable Proposal to be Aired at Dupont Citizens Ass’n. Meeting

Mon., Dec. 2nd (7:30pm):The Dupont East Civic Action Association (DECAA) has circulated to its members, subscribers to the Dupont Circle listserv, and others the following message: “ A storm of controversy arose recently at the proposed introduction of 20,000 scooters into DC and other transportation issues, and Jeff Marootian, Director of DC’s Department of Transportation (DDOT), […]

1845—Washington’s First Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving having just been celebrated, this continues to be a good time to revisit from last year’s “What Once Was” feature our history writer Matthew Gillmore’s Thanksgiving story — especially as it was 171 years ago this month that the first-ever Thanksgiving Day proclamation was issued.

November 17 ~ Gala Theatre’s Flamenco Festival in Columbia Heights to Close Shortly

Sun., Nov. 17th: This will be the final day of Gala’s 15th annual International Flamenco Festival. Gala bills the hugely popular event as “an exploration of traditional flamenco and its breadth and diversity through contemporary expressions.” First up this season was “Entresueno,” by Flamenco Aparicio Dance Company. On stage during these final days is the […]

Dupont Little Flea Market Open for Business on Sundays

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 of vintage pottery and […]

Open Streets ~ continued from November 2019 issue pdf page 1

History The first Open Streets event took place in 1974 in Bogota, Columbia. Now more than 400 cities throughout the world are participating — 122 in the U.S., including, for example (in addition to now DC), Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, San Antonio, Atlanta, Ft. Collins, Charlotte, San Francisco, Los Angeles. It is expensive to close roads. Los […]