17 Apr 2018

News:

Hill Buzz

You think you don’t recognize the Navy Yard/Waterfront area? Just wait a few years. Curbed ….just don’t expect any affordable housing in this area. WC Smith just exited a contract to develop square 737 into affordable units. WCP Catch up with more Capitol Riverfront-area tidbits over at JDLand At 16, my dietary choices were not the […]


18 Jan 2018

Local Politics:

Shutdown Incoming? Read This

It wouldn’t be a typical day in DC without some crazy announcement or another. Thursday’s news cycle has been taken by storm with Amazon’s official announcement that DC, northern Virginia and Montgomery County, Maryland, are all part of the “short” list of cities for their second headquarters. Overshadowed by this news is the fact that […]


30 May 2017

Editorials:

WMATA Settlements and Your Tax Dollars

Last week, The Washington Post reported that 25 lawsuits against WMATA and the District of Columbia relating to the 2015 L’Enfant tunnel incident have been dismissed and no one knows why. According to The Washington Post, a lawyer representing several of the plaintiffs says he can’t explain why the cases were dismissed. WMATA and District […]


14 Apr 2016

Events:

TOMORROW: Tax Day Protest and March for Equality!

Hey, it’s April 14: Have you paid your taxes yet? Do you resent having to pay your taxes if you’re a DC resident? Are you frustrated by the fact that the District of Columbia has a higher (and growing) population than many states, yet we do not get full representation in Congress? Are you tired […]


18 Feb 2015

Things We Take For Granted:

Things We Take For Granted: The Freedom to Sled

When I was a kid, snow days meant sledding down the best hill in the area: Capitol Hill. It was part of the fun of living in this neighborhood. We were a short walk from a huge hill that was protected from traffic, and we had the added benefit of a beautiful view of the […]


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