GW will no longer fully disclose the energy and water consumption levels of all residence halls that participate in its eco-challenge.
In the next five years, about 23,000 square feet of underground space will become the city’s greatest cultural and arts destination for fashion, film and music lovers alike, all to the tune of about $70 million. At least, that’s the hope for Julian Hunt and Braulio Agnese.
Page Nine sat down with assistant news editor Eva Palmer to talk more about the possible outcome of a review by an outside firm and how – if at all – it could impact any lawsuits against the University.
When the Black Cat opened, the only large music venue in D.C. was the 9:30 Club, and Dante Ferrando, a restaurant owner and drummer in D.C. punk rock bands Gray Matter and Iron Cross, said he was dissatisfied with the city’s music halls.
She brings me first to the entryway of French political cartoonist Honoré Daumier’s gallery space, where a cast of Roig’s dentist slouches behind a metal bar – pale belly distended, wrinkled pants unbuttoned – one hand held frozen in the shape of a gun behind his lower back.
Mason Dixie Biscuit Company, a new restaurant venture working out of the communal kitchen EatsPlace in Petworth, is making a name for itself with the simple southern favorite.
The District’s oldest private art gallery will close Oct. 1 for an overhaul of its collection, which will be restored and redistributed among the National Gallery of Art and smaller galleries and universities across D.C.
The People’s Climate March brought together businesses, labor unions and social justice groups, and 2012 alumnus Evan Feeney, a senior campaigner for the year-old divestment lobby DC Divest, was one of thousands advocating for sweeping energy divestment legislation.
Sonja Vitow and Keren Veisblatt Toledano still joke after graduating five years ago that while GW was a haven for political clubs, the campus looked more like a creative desert for student poets and fiction writers.
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