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  • Our Featured Properties

    1311 DELAWARE ST SW, Unit S-544

    Washington, DC

    • 1 Beds
    • 1 Baths
    • 0 sq ft
    • $235,000

    560 N ST SW, Unit N603

    Washington, DC

    • 1 Beds
    • 1 Baths
    • 723 sq ft
    • $349,900
  • Recent Posts

    DCRA Announces Business License Amnesty Program

    The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs PRESS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Monday, December 21, 2015 CONTACT: Matt Orlins (DCRA) 202.442.8945; matt.orlins@dc.gov DCRA Announces Business License Amnesty Program – Program will offer business licenses and corporate registrations to businesses without fines Washington, D.C. – The Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) announced today the […]

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    Results Gym Capitol Hill • Old School Workout Space

    Update: Results re-opened March 17, 2016 as Results Gym DC under new management. Update: Results the Gym closed March 16, 2016.     By Eddie Rangel Results the Gym started out in Dupont Circle back in the mid-90’s, and eventually grew into a chain of gyms all around DC. Even though the Dupont Circle, Mt […]

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    New entrance escalators are coming to Waterfront Station in Southwest DC

    New entrance escalators are coming to Waterfront Station in Southwest DC beginning January 18, 2016.

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    Arena Stage • SW Waterfront’s Cultural Center

    By Eddie Rangel Arena Stage, in SW Waterfront, is the crown jewel of our lovely little quadrant. I loved it before the renovation, but now it’s the best performing arts space in town! Talk about quality and substance. I have loved every play and musical I’ve seen at Arena. Keep up the great work, Molly! […]

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    Time to Register for the 2016 Visitor Parking Pass

    Guests of District Residents Need Temporary Permits to Park Vehicles  The District’s Visitor Parking Pass (VPP) Program allows guests of eligible District residents to park for more than two hours on residential parking permit zone blocks. Passes for 2015 expire December 31, 2015. Registration for 2016 Passes begins Tuesday, December 1, 2015. Passes are free, […]

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    Pepco adding a new Waterfront Substation to Keep Up with Demand

    With all the construction taking place in Southwest DC and Capitol Riverfront, the area will need more power. Pepco is building a new Waterfront Substation near Buzzard Point to keep up with demand. Pepco expects that without the new substation, the existing Buzzard Point Substation will exceed capacity by 8% in the summer of 2017. The new […]

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    Hey, Wake Up (Little Suzie)!

    By Eddie Rangel A Cleveland Park staple since the 1990s, Wake Up Little Suzie is the go-to shop for affordable gifts for every occasion. We have been patronizing Suzie since the 1995, and even now, the store feels authentic and true to its eclectic core. Susan, the owner, is a great buyer and keeps cycling […]

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    MOM’s Organic Market • better whole foods!

    Since 2012, MOM’s Organic Market has been our main source for organic and bulk groceries. If you care about what you (cook and) eat, you have to make MOM’s your go-to grocer. Think Whole Foods minus the flowers, prepared food bar and yoga mats. It’s a veritable grocery store that stocks all organic produce, breads and […]

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    Bagels Etc. • The Little Deli That Could

    By Eddie Rangel Hands down, Bagels Etc in Dupont Circle is the best bagel deli in the city. Bagels Etc. has been around since the 80’s, and I’ve had the good fortune of patronizing it since the mid-90’s. Whether you’re in the mood for a plain bagel to snack on, or a bagel sandwich for […]

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    Tiber Island Cooperative Homes Nears the Completion of Balcony Restoration Project

    Tiber Island Cooperative Homes began a balcony restoration project in 2014 for the high rise towers. A notice from the Management Office in 2014 to the residents explained the need for the project. “As history, the balconies are a recurrent structural problem. This is largely ‘part of the package’ with having a building with exposed […]

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    Free Smoke Detectors for District of Columbia Residents

    The Asia Sutton Smoke Alarm Giveaway and Installation Program is a DC Fire and EMS Department District-wide initiative to ensure that all District of Columbia homes have working smoke alarms The requirements for receiving a smoke alarm are: You must live in the District of Columbia and show proof of residency. You must be a […]

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    Torpedo Factory Art Center … The Other James Dean Works Here!

    By Eddie Rangel Art, Crafts, Textiles and more. Whether you’re in the market to acquire a work of art, or simply in the mood to see art being made, the Torpedo Factory in Old Town, Alexandria is a great place to spend a weekend afternoon. You’ll find veritable art that you can “touch”, and crafts […]

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    Millennium Decorative Arts … My Favorite Neighborhood Furniture and Home Accessories Shop

    By Eddie Rangel Love Love Love Millennium! Since the 90’s, Millennium has been part of a group of small, locally owned businesses that have stuck by the city despite all its reincarnations. It’s such a treat to have a store in town where you can find one-of-kind resale pieces that complement any mid-century/modern collection. Best […]

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