Oct 16, 2013
Comedians Take to the Streets of D.C.
This weekend, The Kennedy Center will honor star of television and stage, comedian Carol Burnett with the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor.
Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space
Walk to School Day and Park(ing) Day as missed opportunities for community organizing
Right: the Smart Growth America Parking Day exhibit. On Park Day , September 20th , I went around to a bunch of the events in DC: Washington Area Bicyclists Association, Landscape Architecture Foundation, Smart Growth America, Casey Trees, Occulus Architects, and the DC Department of Parks and Recreation, and BicycleSpace.
With Shutdown and Shootout, Washington D.C. Businesses Report Significant Losses
Lines snaked around street corners to snap up Z-BurgerA's free hamburger promotion for furloughed federal workers, which ended on Thursday after costing the company around $89,000.
Government shutdown could silence wedding bells
U.S. Park Service Police Officer P.G. Carroll stands in front of closed signs at the Lincoln Memorial on Nov. 15, 1995, in Washington during a partial shutdown of the federal government.
Preventive strike: young Arlington woman chooses breast surgery now
This October, we are celebrating the 20th anniversary of Buddy Check 9 , and our commitment to helping women beat breast cancer.