John Muller of Greater Greater Washington explores abandoned buildings in the Washington, D.C. historic neighborhood of Anacostia. He finds a haven for squatters, governmental inaction and a sense among locals that they have put up with it for long enough.
When a new bridge opens in Washington, D.C., its old spans will go out of use. The District wants to convert the soon-to-be useless infrastructure into a public park. Here are some tips on how to do it successfully.
Hyperlocal journalism is taking over Washington, DC, shining light on lesser-known neighborhoods, connecting residents and, sometimes, wielding major political clout.
I just knew that working at the White Dog would pay off.
Granted, eight hours in the kitchen is sweaty, unglamorous work, but the monotony is often interrupted by vibrant anecdotes and rabble-rousing by my fellow scullery maids. And what’s more, wh…