DC Sunday Morning Post

DC Sunday Morning Post

Oct 7, 2012

The Textile Museum is expected to move to its new home next week from DuPont Circle to George Washington University in Foggy Bottom. “The move, announced last year and scheduled to be completed in 2014, when the museum is expected to open, provides the Textile Museum with more exhibition space, a more central location and a new art-storage facility at...

DC Sunday Morning Post

DC Sunday Morning Post

Sep 16, 2012

Photo by Bill Ross   More than a hundred volunteers cleaned the Anacostia River yesterday as part of the International Coastal Cleanup Day. “Now that the waterfront is trying to bring in visitors as a local destination, officials say, a periodic trash cleanup is necessary and a lot easier with volunteers chipping in.” [WJLA] D.C. Council...

The Season’s Over For Stephen Strasburg

The Season’s Over For Stephen Strasburg

Sep 8, 2012

Strasburg takes a curtain call after his fourth-inning home run yesterday at Nationals Park. (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta) Updated The day has arrived. The Nationals are officially shutting down Stephen Strasburg. The Associated Press reported that Nationals manager Davey Johnson made the announcement this morning. He stated that the media attention these...

DC Sunday Morning Post: August 26, 2012

DC Sunday Morning Post: August 26, 2012

Aug 26, 2012

LeDroit Park and Bloomingdale may be burgeoning neighborhoods, but their sewage system needs a lot of work. “As developers have added connections to the sewer lines to serve basement apartments created in old cellars, a sewer system built in the late 1800s is struggling to handle the unprecedented strain.” [The Post] The Capitol dome is need of...

Recipe for White House Beer May Be Released

Recipe for White House Beer May Be Released

Aug 26, 2012

White House/Pete Souza Beer enthusiasts may soon be able to craft their own version of the White House honey ale. That is, for a few thousand online signatures. White House spokesperson Jay Carney recently announced on Twitter that the administration will unveil the beer’s recipe once a petition for this request receives 25,000 signatures by September...

D.C Sunday Morning Post

D.C Sunday Morning Post

Aug 19, 2012

Photo by M.V. Jantzen Pepco workers are feeling under appreciated these days. “Pepco employees on the front lines of the blackout battles have largely kept quiet in the aftermath of the powerful storm that knocked out power to more than 483,600 Pepco customers in Maryland and the District, fearful to speak without permission.” [The Post] D.C.-area...

D.C. Sunday Morning Post

D.C. Sunday Morning Post

Aug 12, 2012

Photo by karon The restaurant industry is not too happy with a D.C. plan that would crack down on businesses that sell alcohol to minors. “Under new guidelines the D.C. Alcoholic Beverage Control Board hopes to implement, a first offense of failing to ask minors for proof of age would be classified as an ‘egregious’ violation…The...

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