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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - pierre l'enfant
Concert: Paul McCartney; Culture: Bastille Day Street Party; History: Revolutionary War Family Day; Concert: OMD; Theater: Cirque du Soleil's 'Quidam'
Exhibit: Dupont-Kalorama Museum Walk; Exhibit: Kreeger Museum After Hours; Theater: The Mikado; Wine: Vintage Virginia Wine and Food Festival; Concert: DC Jazz Festival
The House of Representatives has passed a bill that would move the District of Columbia's statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass to the U.S. Capitol.
With Barack Obama in the White House, Washington is once again a noxious bog, from 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue to the Point of Four Quadrants.
Happy birthday, Americans.
Standing on the edge of the long-awaited CityCenterDC real estate project, D.C. Council member Jack Evans joked that he had met with George Washington and Pierre L'Enfant to "talk to them about how to get this done."
A House committee approved a bill Wednesday to add statues of abolitionist Frederick Douglass and architect Pierre L'Enfant in the Capitol's Statuary Hall.
As soon as the heavy, humid days of summer hit in earnest, one sentence in particular starts circulating around this city faster than the air