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The InTowner Supports Kishan Putta for Ward 2 DC City Council

Before The InTowner publisher Peter Wolff’s sudden death in April, he and I had an in- depth discussion about The InTowner’s endorsement for Ward 2 City Council. Peter and I were leaning toward recommending two candidates, one of them being Kishan Putta. Putta was and is my choice. I cannot speak for Peter’s choice because […]

April 2020 Issue PDF

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Marie-Reed Athletic Field

View from roof of the Marie Reed School in Adams Morgan looking toward the row houses on the west side of 18th Street.

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Coronavirus Challenges

Last month we asked whether DC will be able to meet the financial challenges the Coronavirus scourge will cost the District, specifically major loss of tax revenues. We wrote of “the prospect of possible fiscal undermining of the District’s finances due to an anticipated looming reality of substantial revenue losses (already sales tax revenue is […]

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Coronavirus Updates & Information from DC Government, Metro & Other Sources

For the latest infection data and for advisories focused on mayoral & agency directives and policy decisions affecting restaurants, bars, etc. and other retail & service business closures, DC city services adjustments & reductions, see below. (Prior reports & directives can also be found by visiting Also included below are Metro service reductions and […]

Food on the Streets: Street vending in the District of Columbia

To view images full size & high resolution, left click on each By Matthew B. Gilmore* In 19th century Washington sales of goods and produce involved the District government in a more visible way than today. Since the founding of the city, Washington had several municipal market houses, where sheltered space was leased to dealers […]

WMATA Budget Sparks Outcry; Bus Service Route & Fare Changes Called Discriminatory Low-Income & Poor

Accompanying images can be viewed starting on page 1 of the March 2020 issue pdf By William G. Schulz The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority’s (WMATA) 2021 proposed budget has sounded alarm bells all over DC, including Northwest. In particular, changes to Metrobus routes in the city — especially elimination of some routes, as well […]