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These Micro-Lofts Are the Future of Real Estate     I love these tiny living spaces, but I also wonder if there might be a reaction against them soon, sort of like how everyone is getting those comically large smartphones now.  202 more words

City Interests

Demolition by Neglect | Holding DC Government Accountable

East of the river, the Anacostia Historic District has experienced years of disinvestment. The neighborhood contains numerous irreplaceable historic buildings that are vacant and suffering from demolition by neglect. 36 more words


Metro to Close Most Sales Offices Effective November 15 | News Release | WMATA

Facing a nearly $300 million budget gap, Metro will close most in-person sales offices effective Tuesday, November 15, 2016. The move is part of a series of internal actions Metro is taking to reduce expenses and minimize the impact of possible fare increases and service reductions next year. 126 more words


Chocolate Covered Ants

When you’re the only Black professional theater company in the DMV and have a timeless proven product, it’s about perfection not production values. Restoration Stage… 718 more words


Wes Clark's New American Pastime Reflects How We Lost DC

Wesley Clark grew up in Silver Spring and went on to earn a BFA at Syracuse University and an MFA at George Washington University where he now serves as an adjunct professor teaching visual arts. 262 more words


New Busboys Location Slated to Deliver to Anacostia

The Anacostia community has its fair share of carry-outs, wing spots and fast food restaurants. But the emergence of the highly successful DC chain, Busboys and Poets might be the anchor the neighborhood needs to turn the tide of development. 458 more words