Home of “Father of Black History” is open for tours this month, guide to winter and spring in D.C., and other news of the day over in the District.
- How some Washingtonians enjoyed yesterday’s remarkably warm weather. [Post]
- Huge changes are remaking D.C.’s theater scene. [Washingtonian]
- Righteous Cheese shop will open a new concept at Union Market. [Frozen Tropics]
- Doreen Gentzler is still mourning Jim Vance. [Washingtonian]
- Wycleaf Jean helps celebrate D.C. teachers. [Post]
- Dr. Carter G. Woodson’s home in Shaw is open for tours this month. [WTOP]
- Locals only guide to winter in D.C. [BYT]
- Local reporters raise money for the Special Olympics by taking a frigid polar plunge. [NBC]
- Suspect arrested in death of woman found in burning car. [NBC]
- 8 historic homes once owned by black icons. [Curbed]
- D.C. tech now has some of the fastest growing salaries. [DC Inno]
- Mahogany Books is the first bookstore to open east of the Anacostia River in more than 20 years. [NBC]
- Where rents are lowering. [Curbed]
- Spring and arts entertainment guide. [WCP]
The Arlington branch of the NAACP has come out in support of the county’s Missing Middle Housing Study draft framework.
Primary and urgent veterinary care clinic Bond Vet and dog daycare and boarding facility District Dogs are set to open locations in Clarendon in June. Both businesses are coming to…
A particularly sharp bend in the GW Parkway near Key Bridge has claimed another vehicular victim An SUV overturned in the southbound lanes around 1:15 p.m., blocking all lanes and…
There has been a modest, but noticeable drop in the intensity of demand and buyer activity over the last 3-4 weeks.