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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 […]

McMillan Park Site Demolition Permit

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Teddy Roosevelt and Washington DC’s “Smoke Nuisance”

To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each By Matthew B. Gilmore* In of December 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt’s annual message to Congress contained a passage which would seem rather extraordinary to us today. In that day, the President sent his annual message to Congress in writing. (There was no State […]

As previously reported, Dupont & Shaw neighborhoods geared up to join in Sep. 14th city-wide “Arts All Night” festival

Sat., Sep. 14 (7pm-12mid in Dupont & to 3am in Shaw ): The city’s only free night-time arts festival, Art All Night,  takes over the Dupont Circle neighborhood this Saturday, starting at 7 pm and continuing until midnight; in the Shaw neighborhood the fun will keep on going until 3 am (more about that below*). […]

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Adams Morgan Day ~ continued from page 1

Among the many offerings to enjoy along with the live music and other performances and the vendors of unique, locally crafted items, there will be specials of the day offered by participating restaurants and businesses; an interactive Artists Alley featuring a friendly paint “brush battle”; cultural and historic exhibits, free maps, a keepsake and oral […]

The Warmth of Other Suns: Stories of Global Displacement

[Excerpted below is the major portion of Sheila Wickouski’s discussion of the social and artistic aspects of the exhibition at the Phillips Collection which appears in full on page 5 of the August 2019 issue pdf.] In a story in Genesis, an angel asks Hagar in the desert, “Where have you come from, and where […]

Examples of the works these eight MCA artists will have on display ~ continued from page 4

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Gay Pride Parade Reflects Great Progress ~ continued from page 1

As a veteran, I was pleased to see the British Embassy contingent led by military officers, though, as a local, I wish there had been more recognition of local groups by positioning them early in the parade. As always, I was pleased to see Deacon join in the celebration that he long ago started. I […]