Foggy Bottom Local Business
Tuesday Mar 24 | via The Washington Post
Millions of tourists visit the National Mall every year. Many of them come on tour buses. Comment?
Tuesday Mar 17 | via Curbed
Almost half of Washington, D.C.'s population in 1816 was Irish with the main wave of immigrants arriving during the Potato Famine in the late 1840s and early 1850s. While settling into the nation's capitol, the Irish most populated three D.C. neighborhoods: Georgetown, Foggy Bottom, and Swampoodle . Comment?
Monday Mar 16 | via Politico
Good Monday morning. FRANK BRUNI BOOK OUT TOMORROW Ron Fournier, "Should DC Be More Ivy-Less?" "In his new book, Where You Go is Not Who You'll Be: An Antidote to the College Admissions Mania, ... [Bruni] tries to bring some sanity to this season of high anxiety. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via The Washington Post
The Harper, a high-end apartment building on 14th Street, is in the heart of one of D.C.'s hottest neighborhoods. This morning, my colleague Aaron C. Davis wrote about a distressing study from the D.C. Fiscal Policy Institute highlighting just how out of reach housing costs have become for the city's low-income earners. Comment?
Thursday Mar 12 | via Lucianne.com
A report released Wednesday by the State Department's Inspector General concludes that the department's employees are not saving enough of their emails for "official records." In a review of the State Department's systems that took place in Washington, D.C. during the first three months of 2014, the IG found that State Department employees "have not received adequate training or guidance on their responsibilities for using those systems to preserve 'record emails.' Comment?
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