DCist reports that DC United is considering four sites in the city for a potential soccer stadium, and that one of the sites is a couple of blocks from the Nationals baseball stadium on South Capitol Street. DCist says:...
Next year's Nationals season is already shaping up to be a real bummer. First, no Strasburg. Now, Washington Post columnist Thomas Boswell seems pretty sure that first baseman Adam Dunn -- who the Nationals didn't trade this summer, though...
With Obamacare being hammered out, it should come as no shock that lobbyists for managed health care were at the top of the list during this year's General Assembly session. That's the news from the latest batch of lobbyist...
| August 26, 2010; 2:30 PM ET |
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LOCAL BLOG NETWORK It's a shame that the D.C. City Council has, for now, decided against reviving streetcars. To be honest, I probably wouldn't get to use the streetcars that much these days, but they bring back fond memories of...
| May 26, 2010; 2:13 PM ET |
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Here we go again [“P.G. United? Co-Owner May Move D.C. Soccer Team to Prince George’s,” Metro, Feb. 13]. With the news that D.C. United is planning to move to Prince George’s County and build a 24,000-seat stadium there, I can’t...