Thursday Aug 21
Cake pops in Woodley Park, high-end clothing in Georgetown and a big addition in Petworth
The District, with Jair Lynch and Forrester Construction, is renovating 645 H for the D.C. Department of Human Services.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
The Washington Post
With scents called 'Rihanna' and 'Sexual Sugar Daddy,' oil men give whiff of city life
Justin Green stands on the Anacostia Metro platform, ready to work. A belt stretches across his chest, holding 33 tiny bottles filled with colorful liquids.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
News Crew Reporting on Crime Robbed
A television news crew in Washington, D.C., doing a story on "sketchy" neighborhoods had its ban burglarized.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Who's Calling My Neighborhood "Sketchy"?
This is a follow-up to Steve's post titled It's White People All the Way Down . That post was about a new app that helps users avoid "sketchy" neighborhoods.
The Daily Caller
Avoiding High-Crime Areas Is Racist, Says Valleywag Racist
If you don't know what Valleywag is, that's not surprising. It's Gawker's response to the American public's insatiable hunger for gossip about Silicon Valley nerds.
Irrigating the (Food) Desert: A Tale of Gentrification in D.C.
The Safeway on Georgia Ave. and Randolph was a disaster. Rotten meat regularly rested on refrigerated shelves and the stench spilled into the parking lot.
TV news crew robbed in D.C. while working on story about 'sketchy neighborhoods'
This TV news crew of WUSA9 was out working on a story about a new smart phone app that alerts people of "sketchy" neighborhoods when their news van was broken into and robbed.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Silicon Alley Insider
DC News Crew Says It Was Robbed While Doing A Story On An App That...
A Washington D.C. news crew says it was robbed in Petworth, Northwest D.C., while reporting on a controversial app that shows users where "sketchy" neighborhoods.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
WUSA9 Crew robbed in DC
WUSA9 Crew robbed in DC Typically our crews are reporting on these sorts of incidents, but on Friday our own WUSA9 crew was robbed.