Two D.C. Council members have proposed an idea that would seek to prevent residents of the Congress Heights neighborhood from being displaced as the development of the St. Elizabeths site moves forward.
Jeff Herrell is a white man living in one of the most heavily African-American parts of the District. Kojo and "Anacostia Unmapped" contributor John Johnson talk to Herrell about his experiences living and working east of the Anacostia River in Washington, D.C.
For decades, Anacostia has struggled to attract and retain eateries that weren't carry-out or fast food chains. But innovative restaurateurs are slowly changing the food scene east of the Anacostia River. We explore the changes.
D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier announced on Wednesday morning that police will search the National Arboretum for Relisha Rudd, who disappeared from the D.C. General homeless shelter two years ago when she was 8.
With D.C. real estate as expensive as ever, a chronic problem for artists in recent years has been finding adequate studio space. One nonprofit is making it their mission to support local artists by offering prime space — for free.
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