12 Aug 2019


City: Do Your Job. Protect Our Children.

Danica Petroshius and her husband are Capitol Hill residents and have two children, a rising 4th grader and a rising 6th grader, both attending Capitol Hill Montessori at Logan (CHML). At CHML, Danica volunteers as a School Improvement Team member, a Local School Advisory Team member, PTSO Advocacy Committee Chair, and is a past PTSO […]

06 Mar 2018


Why I won’t be voting for Mayor Bowser

In a “turn back time” moment, I recently read a March 2014 opinion piece by Washington Post writer Robert McCartney about Muriel Bowser. At the time, she was a candidate for mayor and Mr. McCartney questioned Ms. Bowser’s commitment to affordable housing. Can she implement them, he wondered and then ended with the statement that […]

03 Feb 2016


Books From Birth Launches Tomorrow

Tomorrow morning, Councilmember Charles Allen will join DC Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Public Library Executive Director Richard Reyes-Gavilan to announce the official launch of the city’s Books From Birth early childhood literacy program. Councilmember Charles Allen introduced the Books From Birth initiative last year as part of the city’s efforts to address literacy rates in […]

06 Oct 2015

Capitol Hill:

Alleypalooza 1.5

When DDOT announced the first Alleypalooza in early July, the residents of the alley between Independence Avenue, 10th, 11th and C Streets SE eagerly scanned the list of alleys to be repaired in hopes that their backyard would be one of the chosen.              

14 Sep 2015


Attend Events DC 9/16 Meeting

Events DC will be hosting a public meeting on Wednesday, September 16th to seek community input for the redevelopment of RFK stadium. The goal of the meeting is “to obtain . . . feedback for moving forward.” Below, the Events DC press release from September 3rd, 2015:   What:   Events DC will host the first of two community […]

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