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Department stores for Georgetown

Georgetown Park Mall may be redeveloped to house Bloomingdale’s and Target department stores. This is great news, because frankly it’s offensive that there’s a suburban-style enclosed mall in an urban neighborhood like Georgetown. The idea made some sense when...

By Dan Malouff  | March 10, 2011; 1:45 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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Gray's testy press conference

It was, as even Mayor Vince Gray admitted, the worst-kept secret in town -- Interim D.C. Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson would be taking on the gig on a permanent basis. Gray made the official announcement today during a testy...

By Martin Austermuhle  | March 9, 2011; 2:07 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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How happy is D.C.?

I've been spending some time this morning playing with this infographic, released by the New York Times over the weekend, which shows the results of a Gallup poll in which 1,000 randomly selected American adults were called every day...

By Aaron Morrissey  | March 8, 2011; 5:24 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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When a good scandal turns bad

Washingtonians are rightly dismayed and upset by recent scandals, including Lincoln Navigators and Sulaimon Brown. We should demand the highest standards from leaders. However, we should also beware that righteous indignation can quickly transform into unstoppable pressure for very...

By David Alpert  | March 8, 2011; 1:01 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (0)
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Whose defense job gets cut?

With the federal budget being hotly contested, one wonders how many job cuts, especially in the defense sector, will be made across the region and which politician will get blamed for them. By one account, nearly 20,000 Virginia jobs...

By Peter Galuszka  | March 4, 2011; 2:37 PM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (3)
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An experiment in urbanism

Have you ever looked at a storefront that's been empty a long time and wondered why it couldn't be filled, at least temporarily, by a small local business? After all, nobody benefits when a storefront sits empty too long....

By Dan Malouff  | March 4, 2011; 11:16 AM ET  |  Permalink  |  Comments (1)
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Older Entries in This Category »

The District's fleet: Hardly fully loaded, Aaron Morrissey , March 3, 2011
The war against non-cars, David Alpert , March 3, 2011
More cupcakes in Georgetown, Topher Mathews , March 3, 2011
Cheh to city workers: No more sweets for you, Aaron Morrissey , March 2, 2011
Interfering with traffic?, David Alpert , March 1, 2011
Petition politics in D.C. , Martin Austermuhle , March 1, 2011
Is the 15th Street bike lane working?, David Alpert , February 28, 2011
Sulaimon Brown's bridge-burning tour, Aaron Morrissey , February 28, 2011
One last Valentine's Day at Tony's Place, Chris Earnshaw, Washington , February 26, 2011
That's your excuse, Mr. Brown?, Bruce Dunham, Annapolis , February 24, 2011
Kwame Brown, driving D.C. into embarrassment, Dan Fishkin, Washington , February 24, 2011
Why won't McDonnell push to protect Metro?, David Alpert , February 23, 2011
Hitting pay dirt in the District, Chris J. Krisinger, Burke , February 22, 2011
Hold Wal-Mart to its promises in D.C., Keith Silver, Washington , February 21, 2011
Tough budget talk from Jim Graham, Martin Austermuhle , February 21, 2011
Childish politics over vouchers, Marc Osgoode Smith, Washington , February 18, 2011
Downcast eyes at the scene of the crime, Karl Wirsing, Washington , February 18, 2011
D.C.'s hospital troubles demand a new approach, Mark Legnini, Washington , February 17, 2011
A stumble by Sekou Biddle, Aaron Morrissey , February 17, 2011
Bridging Virginia and D.C., William K. Stover, Arlington , February 16, 2011
Don't discourage D.C. artists, Harry M. Bagdasian, Silver Spring , February 16, 2011
House Dems come to defense of Metro and D.C. , Aaron Morrissey , February 15, 2011
Late-night Metro: A life saver?, Adam Wenner, Bethesda , February 15, 2011
Rhee didn't play by the rules, Randi Weingarten and Nathan A. Saunders, Washington , February 14, 2011
Too quick to credit vouchers, Carol Nissenson, Washington , February 12, 2011
Late-night Metro maintenance, Dan Malouff , February 11, 2011
The National Guard is there for D.C., Ronald Wilson, Waldorf , February 11, 2011
The real story in D.C.'s gun data, Robert A. Levy, Naples, Fla. , February 11, 2011
Lack of equity in funding for D.C. schools, Erin McKee, Washington , February 10, 2011
Not 'apples to apples' at D.C. schools, Jack Koczela, Washington , February 10, 2011
WMATA ponders cutting late-night service, David Alpert , February 10, 2011
Let Congress drive the plows?, June Kilpatrick, Haymarket , February 9, 2011
Is there a Tea Party urbanism?, David Alpert , February 9, 2011
Driving is a right, Bryon Stiftar, Springfield , February 8, 2011
Ticketed by a camera, John R. Posniak, Alexandria , February 8, 2011
A heartbreaking hearing in D.C., Aaron Morrissey , February 8, 2011
New life for 'no taxation, no representation', Martin Austermuhle , February 7, 2011
What Pepco might learn from Vepco, Peter Galuszka , February 6, 2011
What school vouchers have bought for my family, Vivian Butler, Washington , February 5, 2011
The dangers of D.C.'s commuter National Guard, Steve Trynosky. Washington , February 4, 2011
Snyder needs to focus on his team, Joe Berman, Chevy Chase , February 4, 2011
What I discussed with Speaker Boehner, Vincent C. Gray, Washington , February 4, 2011
No. 1 in road safety, Rob Pitingolo , February 3, 2011
Hyde-Addison on the verge of an historic shift, Topher Mathews , February 2, 2011
How does the D.C. Council stack up?, Martin Austermuhle , February 2, 2011
Gray is right about vouchers, Christine Matthews, Washington , February 2, 2011
The traffic planners let us down, Azik Schwechter, Silver Spring , February 1, 2011
Needed: Better bagels, Rob Pitingolo , February 1, 2011
'Michelle Lite' isn't the answer, Lynn Bergfalk, Washington , January 31, 2011
One storm in the city, another in the suburbs, Dan Malouff , January 30, 2011
How Sarles can leave his mark on Metro, David Alpert , January 29, 2011
What Gray said about grading teachers, Jay Silberman, Washington , January 29, 2011
Nine-hour commute, five stages of grief, Jesse Schoolnik, Fairfax , January 28, 2011
Driver's ed for D.C., Doug Terry, Olney , January 28, 2011
Bridge sidewalks need to be a plowing priority, David Alpert , January 28, 2011
How to avoid another snowy traffic mess, James G. Titus, Glenn Dale , January 27, 2011
Where are the women in the at-large race?, Aaron Morrissey , January 26, 2011
Hemmed in by the Height Act, Aaron Morrissey , January 25, 2011
Overcoming the bystander effect, Peter Bloom, Alexandria , January 24, 2011
Sekou Biddle: The accidental insider, Martin Austermuhle , January 24, 2011
Parking innovation at Metro, David Alpert , January 24, 2011
Why my Metro assault is a problem for all of us, Allen Haywood, Washington , January 21, 2011
Smithsonian chief should stand up or step down, Steven Alan Honley, Washington , January 21, 2011
A flawed report on traffic congestion, David Alpert , January 21, 2011
A wedding like any other, Tom Moriarty, Salisbury , January 21, 2011
D.C., under Congress's thumb, Paul Carver, Arlington , January 20, 2011
Traffic? What traffic?, Dan Malouff , January 20, 2011
Southern without the Stars and Bars, Adriane Fugh-Berman, Washington , January 19, 2011
'Same state, different world', Donald F. Graff, Fairfax , January 19, 2011
Yes to a soccer stadium, but not near Nats Park, Dan Malouff , January 19, 2011
Mara's in the race, Martin Austermuhle , January 19, 2011
Less bell-ringing equals less money, Robert Betz, Arlington , January 18, 2011
Smooth rides on Metro, Joel Cohen, Arlington , January 18, 2011
Tea Party-backed freshman to lead D.C. subcommittee, Martin Austermuhle , January 18, 2011
The lessons of school gardens, Joshua M. Volinsky, Washington , January 18, 2011
A Georgetown store count, Topher Mathews , January 18, 2011
How oversight can keep school reform on track, Kwame R. Brown, Washington , January 16, 2011
Honest questions about D.C. child services, Roque Gerald, Washington , January 14, 2011
Rallying around a speed hump , Jennifer Cooke, Annandale , January 14, 2011
Clearing hurdles to help wounded troops, Janet R. Southby, Washington , January 14, 2011
NCPC plans to be more open, David Alpert , January 14, 2011
On student transportation, D.C. misses the bus, Steven Ney and Bradford P. Johnson, Washington , January 13, 2011
Georgetown real estate market makes a comeback, Topher Mathews , January 12, 2011
Snow shoveling law hasn't been updated since 1922, Aaron Morrissey , January 12, 2011
If court oversight of D.C. disability care ends ..., Virginia M. Schofield, Washington , January 11, 2011
Little-known infrastructure, Dan Malouff , January 11, 2011
Say it with me: Snow bubble, Aaron Morrissey , January 11, 2011
It's time to change the name, Richard P. Rosano, Potomac , January 10, 2011
In D.C., a vote for fewer bike lanes, Kevin Moore, Washington , January 10, 2011
DOT heads to take charge of WMATA reform, David Alpert , January 10, 2011
Idaho Rep. puts Prince George's killings in D.C., Martin Austermuhle , January 10, 2011
A better road to the vote: Retrocession, with a twist, Michael Wein, Greenbelt , January 8, 2011
Cast as a walk-on in 'security theater', Neil Spiller, Silver Spring , January 8, 2011
Out in the cold at Metro headquarters, William J. Camarinos, Alexandria , January 7, 2011
Sekou Biddle's ugly victory, Martin Austermuhle , January 7, 2011
Siloed thinking and Metro's bag search policy , David Alpert , January 6, 2011
Counting Georgetown, Topher Mathews , January 6, 2011
Taking toys from foster kids won't fix D.C. child services, Marcia Robinson Lowry, New York , January 6, 2011
What's our bicycle 'social contract'?, David Alpert , January 6, 2011
Bike lanes or homeless shelters?, John Glad, Washington , January 5, 2011
D.C. special election suddenly gets interesting, Martin Austermuhle , January 5, 2011
Cheh, Wells try again to fix snow fines, David Alpert , January 5, 2011
Emotional about the Height Act, Rob Pitingolo , January 4, 2011
Why not set up an ice rink at the waterfront?, Topher Mathews , January 3, 2011
School choice, but few real options, Naomi Rubin DeVeaux and Mark Schneider , January 1, 2011
Three years after Banita Jacks, how much has changed?, Carl Foster, Washington , January 1, 2011
An anniversary marred on the Mall, Robert Schneider, Hortonville, Wis. , December 31, 2010
New Year’s resolution: Experience more of D.C., Rob Pitingolo , December 31, 2010
No 'censorship' of Smithsonian video, Carol A. Jackson, Gaithersburg , December 30, 2010
Who's the snow 'wimp' now?, Aaron Morrissey , December 30, 2010
Don't close the book on printed presidential papers, Josh Sawislak, Alexandria , December 29, 2010
Home sweet home in Washington, Rob Pitingolo , December 28, 2010
Airports vs. train stations, Rob Pitingolo , December 27, 2010
Year in review: Metro sliding backward, Donavan M. Wilson, Germantown , December 27, 2010
Year in review: A time of grief — and grace, Bonnie J. Morris, Washington , December 26, 2010
Freedom in a nursing home, Karen Thornton, Springfield , December 26, 2010
Year in review: What works in D.C., Jim Fowler, Ashburn , December 24, 2010
Sacred cows in D.C.'s child services budget, Richard Wexler, Alexandria , December 24, 2010
Something found in the ashes, Joe Flood, Washington , December 24, 2010
How Washington responds to snow, Rob Pitingolo , December 23, 2010
The CDC's misleading look at D.C. water, Yanna Lambrinidou, Washington , December 22, 2010
Want a Trader Joe's? Then add more residents, David Alpert , December 22, 2010
What Metro can learn from Delhi, Subhash Vohra, Falls Church , December 21, 2010
Stimulus for the print sector?, Aaron Morrissey , December 21, 2010
What the D.C. zoning process hearing should address, David Alpert , December 20, 2010
Lost in the haze at Metro Center, David Bates, Takoma Park , December 19, 2010
The Metro system: Flawed to the core, Bryan Catalano, Bethesda , December 17, 2010
Debating the District's deficit: Jack Evans, Martin Austermuhle , December 16, 2010
No foul play in Ward 5 development project, Harry Thomas Jr., Washington , December 15, 2010
This train might move ... eventually, Kevin McCormally, Washington , December 15, 2010
Debating the District's deficit: Tommy Wells, Martin Austermuhle , December 15, 2010
Redesigning Dunbar High , Aaron Morrissey , December 15, 2010
The CDC's message on lead water lines, Christopher J. Portier, Atlanta , December 14, 2010
The difference between better and good, Dan Malouff , December 14, 2010
Why D.C. shouldn't cut child-care subsidies, Edna Ranck, Washington , December 13, 2010
Hold Pepco accountable, Mary M. Cheh, Washington , December 12, 2010
The D.C. Council's move toward sunshine, Thomas M. Susman, Washington , December 8, 2010
Confusing Wal-Mart with welfare, David Kuckenbecker, Fairfax , December 8, 2010
Gabe Klein out at DDOT, Dan Malouff , December 8, 2010
At GWU, coed dorms will fail the morality test, Abbey Meltzer, Rockville , December 7, 2010
Good planning, bad architecture, Dan Malouff , December 7, 2010
When the work is done, turn off the speed cameras, Leslie Blakey, Washington , December 6, 2010
A treasure of D.C.'s spring at risk at the arboretum, Jeanne Connelly and Felix Laughlin, Washington , December 4, 2010
The keys to keeping education reform rolling in D.C., Susan Schaeffler, Washington , December 4, 2010
Keep fighting for voting rights, Ilir Zherka, Washington , December 4, 2010
Welcoming Wal-Mart — on our terms, Morris Shearin, Washington , December 3, 2010
Fenty the crime-fighter -- put in context, Aaron Morrissey , December 3, 2010
The truth behind panhandling, Maria Foscarinis, Washington , December 2, 2010
Don't rain on our Thanksgiving tradition, Jerome J. McNamara, Washington , December 1, 2010
How can D.C. fix the liquor license process?, David Alpert , December 1, 2010
More bikes? OK, then more rules , Charles Yulish, Washington , November 30, 2010
It doesn't look like Martin Luther King, Mustafa Bashir, Washington , November 30, 2010
Jack Evans is not a fan of FedEx Field, Aaron Morrissey , November 30, 2010
NoMA has no parks thanks to flawed upzoning, David Alpert , November 30, 2010
Dancing in the D.C. streets, Carlyn Andersson, Washington , November 29, 2010
Dark times for D.C. voting rights, Martin Austermuhle , November 29, 2010
'Miracle' conviction or one more mistake?, Deirdre M. Enright and Matthew L. Engle, Charlottesville , November 27, 2010
Floodwaters on the Mall , John Lockwood, Washington , November 27, 2010
Phone calls from the Great Recession, Janice L. Kaplan, Washington , November 26, 2010
Hunting won't solve the deer problem, Laura Simon, Woodbridge, Conn. , November 26, 2010
No manners on Metro, Jack Purdy, Baltimore , November 25, 2010
A distraction of the road to a better welfare system, Monica C. Bell and Jennifer Mezey, Washington , November 24, 2010
Govs, Gray on Board of Trade's bandwagon?, David Alpert , November 24, 2010
A tale of two speeches, Martin Austermuhle , November 23, 2010
The zoning fight that wasn't, Topher Mathews , November 23, 2010
Metro's biggest problem: Not putting safety first, James Potts, Fort Washington , November 22, 2010
"You don't see anyone suffering" in D.C.?, Aaron Morrissey , November 22, 2010
Mall rallies in a meet-up age: Getting the numbers right, Jenifer Joy Madden, Vienna , November 20, 2010
A needed conversation on welfare in D.C., Marion Barry, Washington , November 20, 2010
Poor kids deserve good teachers, too, Edwin C. Darden, Washington , November 19, 2010
Walt Whitman of the escalators, Gray Pedersen, Washington , November 19, 2010
The urbanist divide, put simply, Dan Malouff , November 19, 2010
The generation gap dividing D.C.'s planning activists, Martin Austermuhle , November 19, 2010
And you thought flying couldn't get any worse, Aaron Morrissey , November 18, 2010
How Georgetown found its grid, Topher Mathews , November 18, 2010
A fair way to fill vacancies on the D.C. Council, Jacque D. Patterson, Washington , November 17, 2010
The coming zoning fight, Topher Mathews , November 16, 2010
Serious fixes for WMATA (cont'd): Bring in the CEO, David Alpert , November 16, 2010
Snap-trap ban puts pest companies in a bind, Gene Harrington, Fairfax , November 15, 2010
Shut out on Mall security, Judy Scott Feldman, Rockville , November 15, 2010
Top 10 bus paint jobs, Dan Malouff , November 15, 2010
One way to get more working escalators, Edward Steinhouse, Columbia , November 14, 2010
Help wanted: One second-chance job, Jim Arkedis, Washington , November 12, 2010
Washington Monument tour needs polishing up, Rebecca Hertzman, Bethesda , November 11, 2010
Chaffetz may not oversee D.C. afterall, Martin Austermuhle , November 11, 2010
Courageous response to a D.C. fire, Melissa Salmanowitz, Washington , November 10, 2010
Metrobuses can talk, but can they save lives?, Aaron Morrissey , November 10, 2010
The District's evolving movie scene, Rob Pitingolo , November 10, 2010
Bias in The Post's 'Team Thomas' editorial, Harry Thomas Jr., Washington , November 9, 2010
D.C. without a building-height limit, Rob Pitingolo , November 9, 2010
Meddling with D.C.? Gingrich did his share , Laurent Ross, Washington , November 8, 2010
A public 'menu' for closing the D.C. budget gap , David Alpert , November 8, 2010
Making it pay to go solar, Betty Ann Kane, Washington , November 7, 2010
D.C. can't tax its way to a balanced budget, Jack Evans, Washington , November 5, 2010
Chaffetz moves up, Childers moves out, Martin Austermuhle , November 4, 2010
Halloween candy buy-back is just wrong, Aaron Morrissey , November 2, 2010
Why we have rallies, and why they work, Dan Malouff , November 1, 2010
Underwhelmed by the rally , Rob Pitingolo , November 1, 2010
Solar D.C.'s newest power couple, washingtonpost.com editors , October 30, 2010
In D.C.'s Web voting test, the hackers were the good guys, washingtonpost.com editors , October 30, 2010
Overreactions starting to nonexistent Metro plot, David Alpert , October 29, 2010
Fimian's cluelessness on D.C. voting rights, Martin Austermuhle , October 28, 2010
Drug bust deja vu at Georgetown, Topher Mathews , October 27, 2010
A GOP House could be good for D.C., washingtonpost.com editors , October 26, 2010
D.C.'s poor need a raise, Martin Austermuhle , October 26, 2010
Will Gray retreat on school reform? Here are 5 tests, washingtonpost.com editors , October 26, 2010
Invisible ink against crime, Aaron Morrissey , October 25, 2010
A lot is at stake in ANC elections, David Alpert , October 25, 2010
Microbreweries are about more than beer, Rob Pitingolo , October 25, 2010
Silver Line names that mean something, washingtonpost.com editors , October 22, 2010
Why I oppose an elected attorney general, washingtonpost.com editors , October 22, 2010
The case for electing the D.C. attorney general , washingtonpost.com editors , October 22, 2010
Capital Bikeshare: The good, bad and ugly, Rob Pitingolo , October 22, 2010
Art and wine under Dupont, David Alpert , October 21, 2010
I saw it. I said it. Metro didn't care., washingtonpost.com editors , October 20, 2010
Don't be dense about D.C. trolleys, washingtonpost.com editors , October 20, 2010
Should D.C. raise its height limit?, Dan Malouff , October 20, 2010
Georgetown's summer crime increase, Topher Mathews , October 19, 2010
A Ken Cuccinelli for the District?, Martin Austermuhle , October 19, 2010
Dinner with DCPS: So what's on the menu?, Aaron Morrissey , October 19, 2010
Peace, love and a teachable moment in Palisades, Janice L. Kaplan and Michael Allen , October 19, 2010
A G Street parking-ticket mystery, washingtonpost.com editors , October 18, 2010
Three who personify civility, washingtonpost.com editors , October 18, 2010
A gazetteer of the fading pay phone, washingtonpost.com editors , October 17, 2010
In school reform, 'collaboration' has an iffy pedigree, washingtonpost.com editors , October 15, 2010
Kaya Henderson's instructive background, washingtonpost.com editors , October 15, 2010
What will autonomous cars mean for cities?, David Alpert , October 15, 2010
No exit from a D.C. ticket thicket, washingtonpost.com editors , October 14, 2010
Getting more 'gay-supportive' with time , Aaron Morrissey , October 14, 2010
SmarTrip reform discussion tabled ... again, Aaron Morrissey , October 14, 2010
More housing units don't guarantee lower rents, Rob Pitingolo , October 14, 2010
David and Sam get married, Keith Berner , October 14, 2010
Rhee's defeat: Sad but no surprise, washingtonpost.com editors , October 13, 2010
Dorm room sleepovers are part of college, washingtonpost.com editors , October 12, 2010
Sex survey for D.C. middle schoolers, Aaron Morrissey , October 12, 2010
How should the region's transit grow?, David Alpert , October 12, 2010
Biking on a trail, Rob Pitingolo , October 11, 2010
Women on the other side of the prosperity gap, washingtonpost.com editors , October 10, 2010
Keeping the D.C. schools on track, washingtonpost.com editors , October 9, 2010
Putting Washington teens back to work, washingtonpost.com editors , October 9, 2010
Sonny Jurgensen all over again, washingtonpost.com editors , October 8, 2010
The best coffee shops around, Rob Pitingolo , October 8, 2010
Sneak peek of the Georgetown Library, Topher Mathews , October 8, 2010
Thumbs down for the AU 'Wonks', washingtonpost.com editors , October 7, 2010
Top 10 historic train stations , Dan Malouff , October 6, 2010
Putting the brakes on food trucks, washingtonpost.com editors , October 5, 2010
Poverty is everyone's problem, washingtonpost.com editors , October 4, 2010
Video: Michelle Rhee's regrets and ambitions, Washington Post editors , October 4, 2010
So can we call it Molly's Law?, Aaron Morrissey , October 4, 2010
Bikeshare has to hold on to its stations, Rob Pitingolo , October 4, 2010
The end of school reform in the District, washingtonpost.com editors , October 4, 2010
Vince Gray, Superman?, Martin Austermuhle , October 1, 2010
The economy gives D.C. a one-two punch, Martin Austermuhle , October 1, 2010
Capital Bikeshare: Where should it head next?, Topher Mathews , October 1, 2010
Obama's moment of truth, washingtonpost.com editors , October 1, 2010
D.C. schools are fit for the Obamas, washingtonpost.com editors , September 30, 2010
Taxing our way to cleaner waters?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 30, 2010
Washington: The most American city around, Dan Malouff , September 30, 2010
Michelle Rhee’s reforms have helped heal D.C. schools, washingtonpost.com editors , September 29, 2010
Wisconsin Ave. needs a major overhaul, Topher Mathews , September 29, 2010
Go to Gray's town halls, David Alpert , September 29, 2010
Bridging D.C.'s election divide, washingtonpost.com editors , September 28, 2010
Seeing the city from a new perspective, Rob Pitingolo , September 28, 2010
It's not $175 million, but it can't hurt, Topher Mathews , September 28, 2010
A DCPS education for the president, washingtonpost.com editors , September 28, 2010
A wayward wallet returns, washingtonpost.com editors , September 28, 2010
Where D.C. gets its guns , Martin Austermuhle , September 27, 2010
From education reform to education revolution, washingtonpost.com editors , September 26, 2010
D.C. discriminates against unaffiliated voters, washingtonpost.com editors , September 26, 2010
How Gray can make history, washingtonpost.com editors , September 26, 2010
Strict day-care standards? You bet, washingtonpost.com editors , September 26, 2010
What a good tour guide knows, washingtonpost.com editors , September 24, 2010
Running into a hook-up space behind a D.C. school, washingtonpost.com editors , September 24, 2010
Who's stoking racial fires?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 23, 2010
Who deserves a handicapped parking permit?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 23, 2010
What does Kasten's departure mean for the Nats?, Aaron Morrissey , September 23, 2010
Car-free for over 10 years, Dan Malouff , September 23, 2010
What would the D.C. schools be like without Rhee?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 22, 2010
Up-and-coming neighborhood, washingtonpost.com editors , September 22, 2010
Medical marijuana fees may price everyone out, Martin Austermuhle , September 22, 2010
Schools Chancellor ... Fenty?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 22, 2010
Past and future chances to walk and bike, David Alpert , September 21, 2010
The true picture of poverty in D.C., washingtonpost.com editors , September 20, 2010
Slashes keep creeping into Metro's station names, Aaron Morrissey , September 20, 2010
Why cabdrivers opposed Mayor Fenty, washingtonpost.com editors , September 19, 2010
A chance to learn from Rhee's mistakes, washingtonpost.com editors , September 18, 2010
Offending for the greater good, washingtonpost.com editors , September 18, 2010
Where we'll be in 2014, washingtonpost.com editors , September 18, 2010
D.C.'s problem with 'describing without a license', washingtonpost.com editors , September 17, 2010
What Fenty needed to hear, washingtonpost.com editors , September 17, 2010
Some truthiness on the way, Aaron Morrissey , September 17, 2010
What I meant by 'devastating', washingtonpost.com editors , September 17, 2010
An absent absentee ballot, washingtonpost.com editors , September 16, 2010
Government wasn't created to provide jobs, washingtonpost.com editors , September 16, 2010
Rhee just keeps digging a bigger hole, Martin Austermuhle , September 16, 2010
What does Gray's win mean for Georgetown?, Topher Mathews , September 16, 2010
What's in store for Michelle Rhee?, Washington Post editors , September 16, 2010
Campaign behavior that should be retired, washingtonpost.com editors , September 15, 2010
Why Phil Mendelson can breathe a sigh of relief, Martin Austermuhle , September 15, 2010
Riemer's success and other good news, David Alpert , September 15, 2010
The case for keeping Michelle Rhee, washingtonpost.com editors , September 14, 2010
Where are Georgetown's food vendors?, Topher Mathews , September 14, 2010
Fenty vs. Gray: My urbanist choice, Dan Malouff , September 13, 2010
Fenty defends his 'tough decisions', Martin Austermuhl , September 13, 2010
Don't dismiss D.C.'s shadow representatives, Billie Day , September 13, 2010
On a jury, but hardly a peer, washingtonpost.com editors , September 11, 2010
Mr. Fenty and the Banneker contract: Setting the record straight, washingtonpost.com editors , September 10, 2010
Bikesharing is going to be awesome, Dan Malouff , September 10, 2010
Gray isn't wrong on parking complaints, David Alpert , September 10, 2010
A law that protects people, not pets, Donald L. Kahl , September 9, 2010
What Ron Hillyer could teach Michelle Rhee, washingtonpost.com editors , September 8, 2010
How to clean up D.C. schools, washingtonpost.com editors , September 8, 2010
Robinson's wedge politics destructive for D.C., David Alpert , September 8, 2010
No regrets for Vince Gray, Martin Austermuhle , September 8, 2010
My endorsement: Where’s the case against Fenty?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 8, 2010
My endorsement: A man of character, washingtonpost.com editors , September 8, 2010
The mosquito bite we can't resist scratching, Aaron Morrissey , September 7, 2010
The wrong place for Rhee, washingtonpost.com editors , September 7, 2010
Is it guide dogs, or all dogs, that cabs pass by?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 6, 2010
Why Fenty's style is an issue, washingtonpost.com editors , September 5, 2010
Defending the Gallery Place 'Mosquito', washingtonpost.com editors , September 5, 2010
My endorsement: It's not about your feelings, washingtonpost.com editors , September 5, 2010
My endorsement: Putting children first, washingtonpost.com editors , September 4, 2010
My endorsement: Don’t turn back the clock, washingtonpost.com editors , September 4, 2010
My endorsement: Handling the budget right, washingtonpost.com editors , September 3, 2010
My endorsement: I'm voting for ... Rhee, washingtonpost.com editors , September 3, 2010
An ANC race in Georgetown!, Topher Mathews , September 3, 2010
McDonnell drags his feet on the bay, Peter Galuszka , September 3, 2010
Bryan Weaver's video sequel, Aaron Morrissey , September 3, 2010
A narrow assessment of my role on the D.C. Council, washingtonpost.com editors , September 2, 2010
Our nation's capital of rats?, washingtonpost.com editors , September 2, 2010
My endorsement: Because Gray cares, washingtonpost.com editors , September 2, 2010
My endorsement: Fenty the promise-keeper, washingtonpost.com editors , September 2, 2010
How D.C. can make ride-sharing easier, washingtonpost.com editors , September 1, 2010
My endorsement: Don't get fooled again, washingtonpost.com editors , September 1, 2010
Stop treating teenagers like insects, Dan Malouff , September 1, 2010
Austermuhle to live-blog mayoral candidate debate, Washington Post editors , September 1, 2010
My endorsement: Better schools and services, washingtonpost.com editors , September 1, 2010
Fix the 'creativity gap' and achievement will follow, washingtonpost.com editors , August 31, 2010
My endorsement: Too much progress to turn back, washingtonpost.com editors , August 31, 2010
My endorsement: A mayor who can unite the city, washingtonpost.com editors , August 31, 2010
Sexual assault in Georgetown echoes previous crimes, Aaron Morrissey , August 30, 2010
ANC Preview: Ugh Edition, Topher Mathews , August 26, 2010
A place where elephants can thrive, elephants, National Zoo, Smithsonian , August 25, 2010
Will bikesharing get a boost from TIGER II? , Dan Malouff , August 24, 2010
Georgetown fall preview, Topher Mathews , August 23, 2010
If elected mayor, who would Gray hire?, David Alpert , August 19, 2010
Why I put a hold on the Metro oversight bill, washingtonpost.com editors , August 16, 2010
Top 10 Amtrak destinations from D.C., Dan Malouff , August 16, 2010
D.C. voting rights: Time for Norton to go, washingtonpost.com editors , August 16, 2010
Why I miss Metro board meetings, washingtonpost.com editors , August 15, 2010
When it rains, storm stories flow, washingtonpost.com editors , August 13, 2010
The billboards that won't go away, Topher Mathews , August 12, 2010
Should urbanists be nervous about Vince Gray?, David Alpert , August 12, 2010
The youth brawl and Metro miseries, washingtonpost.com editors , August 10, 2010
Where's the full disclosure on the D.C. teacher firings?, washingtonpost.com editors , August 9, 2010
The time to tap D.C.'s fund balance, washingtonpost.com editors , August 8, 2010
A strategy for statehood, washingtonpost.com editors , August 6, 2010
If Fenty and Rhee go, does Klein follow?, Dan Malouff , August 5, 2010
D.C. voting: What Puerto Rico has, Eleanor Holmes Norton , August 2, 2010
D.C. voting: Don't forget retrocession, washingtonpost.com editors , August 2, 2010
D.C. voting rights: Get serious about statehood, washingtonpost.com editors , August 1, 2010
D.C. voting: Consensus would help, washingtonpost.com editors , July 30, 2010
One 'shutterbug' who faults Metro, washingtonpost.com editors , July 28, 2010
Too soon to judge D.C. affordable housing law, David Alpert , July 27, 2010
Reason to question the shakeup at DYRS , washingtonpost.com editors , July 26, 2010
The wrong spot for the National Latino Museum, washingtonpost.com editors , July 22, 2010
Should urbanists be nervous about Vince Gray?, David Alpert , July 22, 2010
Just how slow are Georgetown Metrobuses?, Topher Mathews , July 22, 2010
Historic committee breaks with D.C. tradition, David Alpert , July 21, 2010
Questions about a private jail for immigrants, Peter Galuszka , July 20, 2010
All my fears about Gray, summed up, Dan Malouff , July 16, 2010
D.C. Council's due diligence on water safety, washingtonpost.com editors , July 15, 2010
Mall garage not worth one magic wish, David Alpert, garages in D.C., D.C. underground garages , July 15, 2010
Tackling D.C.'s truancy problem, washingtonpost.com editors , July 15, 2010
D.C.'s standardized test trap, washingtonpost.com editors , July 15, 2010
Staying cool without A/C, washingtonpost.com editors , July 12, 2010
The U.N. was founded here?, Topher Mathews , July 9, 2010
A report card for Michelle Rhee, washingtonpost.com editors , July 8, 2010
When nickel-and-diming isn't enough, Topher Mathews , July 8, 2010
More parking near the Mall, washingtonpost.com editors , July 7, 2010
Tree emergency!, Topher Mathews , July 7, 2010
'Tax fairness'? There's a better way, washingtonpost.com editors , July 4, 2010
Fenty's message to the voters, washingtonpost.com editors , July 2, 2010
Details on those Hurt Home changes, Topher Mathews , July 2, 2010
More walkable urbanism is good for everyone, David Alpert , July 2, 2010
The Washington that almost was, Dan Malouff , July 1, 2010
Was it worth the wait?, washingtonpost.com editors , June 30, 2010
What's wrong with quoting AAA?, washingtonpost.com editors , June 30, 2010
A vote for retrocession, washingtonpost.com editors , June 29, 2010
Statehood is not a fallback position, washingtonpost.com editors , June 29, 2010
Corey Stewart wants Virginia to be Arizona, Peter Galuszka , June 25, 2010
No K Street 'Feet in the Street', washingtonpost.com editors , June 25, 2010
A price tag for the Hurt Home, washingtonpost.com editors , June 24, 2010
Manute Bol's other legacy, washingtonpost.com editors , June 23, 2010
More than one missed opportunity, washingtonpost.com editors , June 21, 2010
Excellence in D.C. schools, washingtonpost.com editors , June 21, 2010
The more things change ..., washingtonpost.com editors , June 18, 2010
Talking points won't heal D.C.'s youth, washingtonpost.com editors , June 17, 2010
D.C. faring better than suburbs on growth, Dan Malouff , June 16, 2010
Georgetown Apple store finally ready to open, Topher Mathews , June 16, 2010
D.C. should vote like California, washingtonpost.com editors , June 15, 2010
D.C.'s HIV/AIDS office is in good hands, washingtonpost.com editors , June 14, 2010
A bad start for D.C.'s surplus property bill, washingtonpost.com editors , June 14, 2010
One more question for the candidates, washingtonpost.com editors , June 11, 2010
Shouldn't "we" have a say in WMATA's future?, David Alpert , June 11, 2010
The value of endurance in the classroom , washingtonpost.com editors , June 10, 2010
Who a BP boycott hits hardest, Peter Galuszka , June 10, 2010
Good reason to investigate Michelle Rhee, washingtonpost.com editors , June 9, 2010
Give Michelle Rhee a break, washingtonpost.com editors , June 9, 2010
Cantor fights for unwanted jet engine , Peter Galuszka , June 9, 2010
Streetcars vs. aid for the homeless, washingtonpost.com editors , June 8, 2010
Joan's lost cause, washingtonpost.com editors , June 8, 2010
Fairness for charter schools, washingtonpost.com editors , June 8, 2010
Who cares what Helen Thomas thinks?, Peter Galuska , June 7, 2010
Georgetown: Unite behind streetcars, Topher Mathews , June 4, 2010
Where is the bus?, washingtonpost.com editors , June 2, 2010
Virginia's human trafficking problem, Peter Galuszka , June 1, 2010
Common sense on streetcar wires, Dan Malouff , June 1, 2010
Metro miseries, washingtonpost.com editors , May 31, 2010
Motorists, bicyclists should share the road, washingtonpost.com editors , May 31, 2010
You can't tax obesity away, Vince Rinehart , May 28, 2010
What should historic preservation really protect?, Washington Post editors , May 28, 2010
D.C.'s wise decision to encourage safe sex, washingtonpost.com editors , May 27, 2010
Making Rock Creek Park safer for cyclists, washingtonpost.com editors , May 26, 2010
Streetcars on D.C. memory lane, Peter Galuszka , May 26, 2010
Why should taxpayers pay for condoms?, washingtonpost.com editors , May 25, 2010
Express your support for D.C. streetcars, Dan Malouff , May 25, 2010
ANC cries foul at liquor store singles , Washington Post editors , May 25, 2010
The case of the vanished sword, washingtonpost.com editors , May 24, 2010
Scaremongering over bid to repeal D.C.'s gun laws , washingtonpost.com editors , May 21, 2010
Georgetown's 10-year town-gown ritual, Topher Mathews , May 21, 2010
Rapper's insensitivity hits LGBT community and music scene, Washington Post editors , May 21, 2010
More bike sharing should foster more bike stations, Washington Post editors , May 21, 2010
Demand is there for passenger rail, Peter Galuszka , May 20, 2010
Hospital mistakenly listed among anti-soda tax groups, Washington Post editors , May 19, 2010
D.C. budget cuts will hurt Medicaid recipients, washingtonpost.com editors , May 18, 2010
Portrait of a government worker , Washington Post editors , May 18, 2010
Do you like D.C.?, Washington Post editors , May 17, 2010
NextBus accuracy slips, "ghost buses" explained, Washington Post editors , May 17, 2010
A slimmer senior discount on Metro, washingtonpost.com editors , May 17, 2010
Clean the Bay, yes, but use good science, Paige Winfield Cunningham , May 13, 2010
Don Peebles still not giving up the ghost, Washington Post editors , May 13, 2010
Don't start dancing yet, Georgetown, Washington Post editors , May 12, 2010
May Georgetown have this Barnes Dance?, Washington Post editors , May 11, 2010
Don't permanently slow Metro , Washington Post editors , May 11, 2010
Common sense on streetcar wires, washingtonpost.com editors , May 10, 2010
Many reasons not to keep Ms. Rhee , washingtonpost.com editors , May 9, 2010
Social safeway reopens with bizarre fete, Topher Mathews , May 6, 2010
What about after school?, washingtonpost.com editors , May 5, 2010
Healthier schools, healthier children, washingtonpost.com editors , May 5, 2010
Learn what you can do for our street trees, Topher Mathews , May 5, 2010
Bridging a 138-year-old divide suits L'Enfant's spirit, Washington Post editors , May 5, 2010
Government: The more local, the more relevant, Topher Mathews , May 4, 2010
AAA says "share the road" , Washington Post editors , May 4, 2010
Don't worry about chlorine levels in D.C. water, washingtonpost.com editors , May 3, 2010
Is history changing hands in Georgetown?, washingtonpost.com editors , May 3, 2010
A Cleggian idea fit for the District, Topher Mathews , April 29, 2010
A beef with food vendors at the Earth Day rally, washingtonpost.com editors , April 29, 2010
Fare hike loses more riders than necessary, Washington Post editors , April 28, 2010
A taller Washington?, Washington Post editors , April 28, 2010
Why locking up youths is bad policy, washingtonpost.com editors , April 27, 2010
Georgetown Census participation good, not great, Washington Post editors , April 27, 2010
Stats show ticket adjudication is working fine, David Alpert , April 27, 2010
Northrop Grumman chooses Virginia, Peter Galuszka , April 27, 2010
An obstacle to D.C.'s medical marijuana law, washingtonpost.com editors , April 26, 2010
Thomas Jefferson St. next up for bridge reconstruction, Washington Post editors , April 26, 2010
D.C.'s constitutional reality, washingtonpost.com editors , April 26, 2010
A win-win scenario for Metro, Washington Post editors , April 22, 2010
You can't always see a driver's disability, washingtonpost.com editors , April 21, 2010
The unintended effects of liquor moratoriums, Topher Mathews , April 21, 2010
A House vote for the District? Not at this price., washingtonpost.com editors , April 19, 2010
Unbuilding the Mall?, washingtonpost.com editors , April 14, 2010
The guy in the windbreaker, washingtonpost.com editors , April 14, 2010
A contract that puts 'children and teachers first', washingtonpost.com editors , April 14, 2010
Teachers make schools great, washingtonpost.com editors , April 12, 2010
The president at church, washingtonpost.com editors , April 9, 2010
A lack of vision on the Mall, washingtonpost.com editors , April 6, 2010
Metrorail cuts: the downside, Vince Rinehart , April 2, 2010
The D.C. bag tax in action, Vince Rinehart , April 2, 2010
An HIV/AIDS wake-up call for the District, washingtonpost.com editors , April 1, 2010
Spread out, Uncle Sam, washingtonpost.com editors , March 28, 2010
Metro makes an impression, washingtonpost.com editors , March 26, 2010
Unkept promises on a D.C. grade school, washingtonpost.com editors , March 25, 2010
Catholic Charities: An example for us all?, washingtonpost.com editors , March 18, 2010
War abroad and violence at home, washingtonpost.com editors , March 10, 2010
'Snowball fight' detective deserves a break , washingtonpost.com editors , March 10, 2010
Fighting for Franklin School, Anup Kaphle , March 5, 2010
A multiple-choice answer to improving the schools, washingtonpost.com editors , March 4, 2010
Juggling phones at 23rd and M, washingtonpost.com editors , March 1, 2010
D.C. doesn't need more guns on the streets , washingtonpost.com editors , February 25, 2010
How to trash the National Mall, washingtonpost.com editors , February 25, 2010
How to fix the National Mall, washingtonpost.com editors , February 24, 2010
A problem like Marion Barry, washingtonpost.com editors , February 24, 2010
The case for Chicago, washingtonpost.com editors , February 22, 2010
We who fought at Snowmageddon, washingtonpost.com editors , February 18, 2010
Who's flinty now?, washingtonpost.com editors , February 15, 2010
The GOP roadblock to AIDS funding, washingtonpost.com editors , February 11, 2010
A winning strategy for Mayor Dangerfield, washingtonpost.com editors , February 5, 2010
Sidewalk shirkers should be told: 'Shovel or pay', washingtonpost.com editors , February 3, 2010
How 24 teens talk about race, washingtonpost.com editors , January 31, 2010
Why I stopped needing a gun, washingtonpost.com editors , January 26, 2010
Rhee's rhetorical excess, washingtonpost.com editors , January 26, 2010
Perspective on Rhee’s words, washingtonpost.com editors , January 26, 2010
A safe, affordable and high-quality Metro system, washingtonpost.com editors , January 25, 2010
To fight HIV in D.C., bring PEPFAR home , washingtonpost.com editors , January 24, 2010
Wearing two hats on the D.C. Council, washingtonpost.com editors , January 22, 2010
Dancing under Dupont, washingtonpost.com editors , January 22, 2010
D.C. crime bill isn't a cure-all, washingtonpost.com editors , January 21, 2010
Haiti needs help, but so does the District, washingtonpost.com editors , January 20, 2010
Misplaced crime priorities in D.C., washingtonpost.com editors , January 15, 2010
On D.C.'s bag tax: Seeing is believing, washingtonpost.com editors , January 15, 2010
Free bags -- but at a price, washingtonpost.com editors , January 14, 2010
What James Cheek accomplished at Howard , washingtonpost.com editors , January 11, 2010
In D.C., real progress for people with disabilities, washingtonpost.com editors , January 11, 2010
Congrats! The bag tax has changed my behavior., washingtonpost.com editors , January 6, 2010
Why Metro deserves its federal boost , washingtonpost.com editors , December 24, 2009
A 'pure' GOP? Not if it wants to win in D.C. , washingtonpost.com editors , December 18, 2009
Who knows best on charter schools?, washingtonpost.com editors , December 16, 2009
Nothing unnatural about same-sex marriage, washingtonpost.com editors , December 15, 2009
How Catholic Charities could live with gay marriage, washingtonpost.com editors , December 11, 2009
19 pounds of gorgeous, washingtonpost.com editors , December 11, 2009
Too many hands holding D.C.'s youth safety net, washingtonpost.com editors , December 11, 2009
Marriage and natural law, washingtonpost.com editors , December 8, 2009
Closed doors at the White House, washingtonpost.com editors , December 7, 2009
The man who can save D.C.'s educational lifeline , washingtonpost.com editors , December 4, 2009
Do straight people ‘choose,’ too?, washingtonpost.com editors , December 4, 2009
The Catholic Church makes itself heard, washingtonpost.com editors , November 27, 2009
Let there be solar power, washingtonpost.com editors , November 25, 2009
Gay Marriage in D.C.: Heroes in a righteous cause, washingtonpost.com editors , November 23, 2009
D.C. school vouchers: An opportunity for autonomy, washingtonpost.com editors , November 23, 2009
Why we need the Washington Blade , washingtonpost.com editors , November 19, 2009
A publicly funded charity should serve the public , washingtonpost.com editors , November 18, 2009
D.C.'s same-sex marriage bill: Finding the balance, washingtonpost.com editors , November 17, 2009
Half measures on D.C. bike safety , washingtonpost.com editors , November 17, 2009
A closet Catholic's lament, washingtonpost.com editors , November 16, 2009
Realizing Fort Totten's potential, washingtonpost.com editors , November 13, 2009
The wrong way to win the right to marry , washingtonpost.com editors , November 12, 2009
A page from the Redskins' playbook, washingtonpost.com editors , November 5, 2009
How Rhee lost her teachers, washingtonpost.com editors , November 5, 2009
Addition through subtraction at one D.C. school , washingtonpost.com editors , November 3, 2009
The Building Heights Myth, washingtonpost.com editors , October 30, 2009
You can fight, but you can't vote, washingtonpost.com editors , October 23, 2009
No vote for the federal seat, washingtonpost.com editors , October 23, 2009
D.C. health reform in one simple step, washingtonpost.com editors , October 21, 2009
D.C. Can't Fire Its Way to Better Schools, washingtonpost.com editors , October 8, 2009
Fighting Driving and Dialing in D.C. , washingtonpost.com editors , October 7, 2009
The Hound Dog Next Door, washingtonpost.com editors , October 4, 2009
Going Green: A Chain Reaction, washingtonpost.com editors , October 2, 2009
Magic Wands? Glass Slippers? Funding D.C. Nonprofits, washingtonpost.com editors , September 27, 2009
On D.C. Schools, No News Is Good News, washingtonpost.com editors , September 3, 2009
Gun Owners' Next Victory in D.C., washingtonpost.com editors , September 1, 2009
D.C. Before A/C: A Weather Story for the Ages , washingtonpost.com editors , August 26, 2009
Stopping Metrorail Suicides, washingtonpost.com editors , August 19, 2009
Hate Speech Against the Police, washingtonpost.com editors , August 11, 2009
Dodging Bicycles in D.C., washingtonpost.com editors , August 11, 2009
Nothing 'Shocking' About This Arrest, washingtonpost.com editors , August 10, 2009
A Page From Professor Gates's Script, washingtonpost.com editors , August 10, 2009
How We Can Hold the D.C. Council Accountable, Vince Rinehart , July 31, 2009
A New Threat to Victims of Domestic Violence, Vince Rinehart , July 31, 2009
Better Teaching, Better Test Scores, Stephen Stromberg , July 28, 2009
UDC’s Community College Mission, Vince Rinehart , July 17, 2009
Adams Morgan Is Helping Itself, Vince Rinehart , June 4, 2009
Wrong Way to Fight Gang Crime, Marisa Katz , May 24, 2009
 
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