DC has a $417 million surplus, says the mayor. But the District is also turning away the homeless, and this is just wrong, writes the Washington Legal Clinic for the Homeless: This is a defining moment for the District of Columbia. DC should be a just community that is committed to the inclusion and well-being of all District residents, not one that fills its coffers with unprecedented riches while leaving its residents in harm’s way.
When I get nervous, I twirl my hair. Tales from Washington DC.
Rose Marie Berger writes about her efforts to oppose the Keystone pipeline and her reasons for doing so.
Welcome to the French Embassy in DC! French Twist.
DC issues on gallery walls, reports Arts Desks, which provides a listing of exhibits with local ties at DC galleries.
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