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Described in a 1935 Washington Post Real Estate section article as "Homes Modern" and "homes ahead of their times," semi-detached duplexes along upper 14th Street in the Brightwood neighborhood of Northwest Washington were revolutionary in that era: They featured air-conditioning. This home was one of 12 designed by Harry Sternfeld, a professor of architecture at the University of Pennsylvania, and built by Frank Koplin of Washington Builders. Comment?
Former college quarterback Marvin Graves and former cheerleader Deanna Watson are two of the owners of the Cheerz Sports Grill. When Deanna Watson and Roxanne Dover teamed up with former Syracuse University quarterback Marvin Graves to open Cheerz Sports Grill on Georgia Avenue NW last year, Watson was excited about the prospect of opening a community bar on the edge of the changing Takoma neighborhood. Comment?
For years, Haribo Kamara-Taylor had imagined that he would buy his first home in the District's H Street Corridor, Brightwood area or U Street Corridor. That was when those neighborhoods were in the early stages of their up-and-coming status. Comment?
A vigilant homeowner with a surveillance camera and an alert a D.C. police officer teamed up over the weekend to arrest a man suspected of stealing packages left by delivery people outside several homes in Northwest Washington. Cmdr. Comment?
Jon Wye has been renting out the three spare bedrooms at his house in the District's Brightwood neighborhood for six months through Airbnb. The summer vacation season is over, but the informal bed-and-breakfast that Jon Wye runs out of his house in the Brightwood section of Northwest Washington is hardly slowing down. Comment?
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