Lisa Gillespie

DC Bicycling Study

The District Department of Transportation is wrapping up a year-long study of three bicycle facilities, two of which, the 15th ...

DDOT: Bids for Advertising on Capital Bikeshare Map Panels are Open

Feel like getting creative in advertising? Think Capital Bikeshare. The city issued an invitation for bids on advertising at 128 ...

Fish Market Ready to Diversify

The Maine Avenue Fish Market in Southwest D.C. is one of the oldest continuing fish markets in the U ...

Public Transportation Just Got a Lot Easier, Along with More Expensive

On June 18, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) rolled out Rush+, a new service plan that adds more ...

Cool off on the Mall With Screen on the Green

Screen on the Green starts on July 16 and goes through Aug. 6 on the National Mall. Films are shown ...

Chinatown Rent Pushes Bank from 7th Street

The Chinatown Branch of Premier Bank (802 7th Street), formerly Adams National Bank and a fixture in Chinatown, will close ...

Catch Tennis Stars and the Washington Kastles

The Washington Kastles bring live tennis tournaments to Washington, D.C. each July. Owned by entrepreneur Mark Ein, the Washington ...

Bacio Pizzeria: More Than a Place for Pies

When Atilla Suzer is asked if he ever would have imagined having “this” ten years ago, he responds with a ...

An Alternative Way To Stay Cool This Season

D.C. is fraught with pools on top of apartment buildings, D.C.-run community pools and the occasional roof ...

Sing it! A 40th Anniversary Concert

The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop will present its 40th Anniversary Choral Concert on Sunday, Feb. 12, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. at the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church.

Hit Up History with a New Museum

To the sprightly, upbeat salute of a six-piece brass band, American women writers turn a new page at the nation's first museum honoring American women writers, both historical and contemporary.

District Prepares to Start Red Top Meter Enforcement

Starting March 1, all red top meter parking patrons who do not display a valid disabled placard or license plate or who do not pay the established meter rates throughout the District of Columbia will be subject to ticketing or towing.

Get a Taste of Culture, March 8

The Embassy Chef Challenge, held each spring, spotlights D.C.’s international community in one unforgettable evening.

Time for the Circulator

The District Department of Transportation has scheduled the second semi-annual public forum for the D.C. Circulator to occur on Wednesday, Feb. 29, 2012, starting at 7 p.m. at Union Station.

District Ranks Highest in Nation for Investments in Biking and Walking

A report issued this month by the Alliance for Biking & Walking gives the District high marks for its commitment to bicycle and pedestrian programs.

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