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Survey Flags Unfair Treatment of Homeless Individuals in DC

Last fall, the National Coalition for the Homeless and a team of graduate students from George Washington University set out to learn “the extent to which homeless individuals in Washington, D.C. 779 more words

District Of Columbia

Komi - Washington, DC

When I opened up “the lists” to find C F Folks earlier in the day, I took note of the other five District options, and before I headed to lunch I looked about making a dinner reservation.  2,130 more words

Fine Dining

C.F. Folks - Washington, DC

Arriving in DC mid-morning for an early afternoon meeting, the top thing on my agenda was lunch. I checked one of my lists (100 Places to Eat Now – Southern Living, August, 2013) and found six places in the District. 908 more words

Everything Else

Reassuring the Border States

July 22, 1861/2011

Volume 2, Issue 31 (41 Issues Since 15 October 2010)

Reassuring the Border States, but the Tide Soon Begins to Turn against Slavery… 775 more words

Civil War Book Of Days: 1861

A DC Unicorn

Since my weekend adventures seem to be influencing my choice of topic and this weekend I had (perfectly respectable) adventures on H Street, today’s topic is that rare and lovely creature: a DC streetcar. 1,144 more words

Historic Preservation

D.C.: Will Neighborhood Schools Become Obsolete?

This thoughtful article by Emma Brown in the Washington Post shows the debates in the District of Columbia about the future or the demise of neighborhood schools. 406 more words

Charter Schools

Cherry blossoms' blissful craze

It’s this time of the year again! The time when thousands flock to Washington DC’s Tidal Basin with their blankets, picnic baskets, strollers, and yes – above all cameras – to enjoy the fleeting beauty of cherry blossoms. 165 more words