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The Purgatorial Restoration of the City’s Flagship AME Church

The Metropolitan AME Church not only been a major center of worship, but also an institution in the forefront of the civic, cultural, and intellectual life of African Americans. It deserves better treatment.

Coming Soon: Electric Car Charging Stations

The U.S. Department of Energy has given a $15 million grant to Coulomb Technologies, the flagship company for electric ...

Public Wi-Fi Coming To Chinatown and Penn Quarter

July 11-15 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Microsoft and the District will host the Worldwide Partners Conference, a ...

District Addresses Overhead Wires for New Streetcar Transit System

A new bill from the D.C. council, the Transportation Infrastructure Amendment Act of 2010, has been put in place ...

10 Trailheads, Inside the Beltway

Even in Washington, you can find trails where you put your dog on a leash, a smile on your face and be as sociable or contemplative as you see fit.

Capital Bikeshare Underway

The District Department of Transportation and Arlington County have named the revamped, cross-city bike sharing system Capital Bikeshare. This name ...

Cutting-edge Digital Signage Introduced at Washington Convention Center

The Washington Convention and Sports Authority have just unveiled an Oculus Digital Signage Network comprised of over 140 digital displays ...

Metro Unveils Monthly Scorecard

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority has opened its operating performance for evaluation to the ever-wary public eye. Those interested ...

Gems of Bethany Beach

We pick the hottest hangouts at a Delaware favorite.

SmartBike DC to Expand

Last year, the city said it would expand the SmartBike D.C. bike-sharing program tenfold in fiscal year 2010 — that ...

Downtown BID Homeless Services Partner with DC Public Library

The Downtown BID’s Homeless Services Team has partnered with the D.C. Public Library, particularly Martin Luther King Jr ...

District Department of the Environment’s Green DC Map

The District Department of the Environment’s (DDOE) new Green D.C. Map highlights D.C.’s environmental resources, including ...

Gray and Fenty Face Off at DC Caribbean Carnival

On June 26, the D.C. Caribbean Carnival kicked off with a vibrant parade down the Georgia Avenue corridor. Mayor ...

Roadblock for DC’s Medical Marijuana Legislation

Last week, Rep. Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) announced the introduction of legislation disapproving the D.C. city council’s approval of ...

From Farm to Table

Farmers' markets: a congregation of local and regional farmers who harvest their produce at dawn, load it up in a pick-up, drive into town, and set up shop. Sounds just about perfect.

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