Open for business on 9th Street adjacent to the Convention Center!

New location features hot bar, more menu options

Big news for the Carnegie Library in DC!

The tech giant has been eyeing the 1903 library at Mt. Vernon Square, but will have to get through stiff historic preservation rules to get the project approved.


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The Dabney

Chef Jeremiah Langhorne got probably the most exciting phone call of his life this morning with the news that The Dabney had received one star from the Michelin... Guide. We're all incredibly proud, excited, stunned, and honored to be a part of Michelin's inaugural DC list. Huge, huge congrats to so many of our industry friends for receiving stars as well!

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Congrats to All-Purpose for being named WaPo food critic Tom Sietsema's favorite restaurant in the region!

There’s more than pizza to love at the city’s best neighborhood restaurant.

Another great restaurant opening in our neighborhood!

The pastrami shop avoids many of the pitfalls of its D.C. competitors.

Police chief describes broken criminal justice system in DC and lack of outrage over repeat offenders as the main driver for her leaving for the NFL.

Lanier says lack of outrage over repeat violent offenders is one reason for her departure.

MPD Ofc Berlin's story of rescuing an injured dog from the Logan Circle fire earlier this week. Kudos to him and the other MPD and DC Fire & EMS personnel for working so hard under extremely challenging conditions!

D.C. police officer Doug Berlin says a little dog gave him a good run for his money Tuesday as he raced to rescue it after a fire.

Please be advised that rolling and/or hard road closures will be temporarily implemented around the Walter E. Washington Convention Center for security reasons on Tuesday, June 14, 2016, during the overall hours of 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m.

Times provided are approximate and may be subject to change without notice. Motorists should anticipate moderate-to-heavy delays outside of and near the Convention Center.

WTOP loving on Buttercream Bakeshop, another awesome place in my district!

Good write up by Greater Greater Washington on street car proposals that will likely be coming near our neighborhood.

You read that headline right—dedicated lanes! After lots of transportation experts and pundits said DC's streetcar needed dedicated lanes if it's to be valuable, DC transportation planners designed an option for extending the streetcar which devotes a lane for almost all of the length from Union Sta...

Two of Wapo's top ten new restaurants are in my district! Congrats to Espita and The Dabney!

SPRING DINING GUIDE | Don’t stop at the 90-plus mezcals, with expert tacos, seviche and more.

WTOP's article on Blagden Alley and Naylor Court.

Hidden inside what looks like a normal city block, a labyrinth of alleyways holds a secret history that predates the Civil War.

Residents and businesses around the convention center need to prepare for security measures being implemented later this month due to the nuclear security summit.

U.S. Secret Service issues street closures and traffic restrictions for the 2016 Nuclear Security Summit from March 27, 2016 - April 2, 2016. #NuclearSummit

Just had the pleasure of eating at Espita Mezcaleria. What a great new addition to the neighborhood!

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This is disappointing, especially considering the recent wave of violent crime in Metro.

The D.C. Council on Wednesday rejected a plan to impose higher penalties for violent crimes committed on public transit. The measure would give a judge the ability to raise fines and jail time for offenders who target bus operators, Metro station managers and passengers aboard Metro and other modes…

DC snow emergency begins at 9:30 AM Friday! Be sure to remove vehicles from snow emergency routes by that time.

Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe declared a state of emergency Thursday as the area braces for a major winter storm this weekend.