Eleanor Holmes Norton

On Thursday, October 19th  United Way of the National Capital Area (United Way NCA) brought together city officials, elected leaders and dozens of local service providers to kick-off...
(Photo by: Peter Rosenstein) Start of the walk AIDS Walk 2013 was a big success! More than 10,000 of people came together to raise more than $675,000 so far for HIV care at Whitman-Walker Health and...
I support the President and Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV) in their effort to stand up against the outrageousness of the Republican party. I agree that there should be no negotiation before...
Jack Evans, the longtime Ward 2 city councilmember and Georgetown resident, has jumped into the debate over the disposal of the unused West Heating Plant at the eastern end of K Street.  In a...
It sits there at 29th and K Streets, overlooking the Whitehurst Freeway, a 1940s reminder of when Georgetown had a busy, smelly, industrial waterfront.  It’s the West Heating Plant that...
(Photo by: Peter Rosenstein) Mayor Vincent Gray I lost count of how many PRIDE parades I have been too. The first were small ones that trailed around Dupont in the afternoon and ended up with a...
The celebration of the life and music of DC Go-Go Godfather Chuck Brown stirred to the heights of the Washington Convention Center Thursday afternoon as family members and thousands of fans sang...
Monday night was the 10th anniversary of Will on the Hill, this uniquely Washington event which has raised millions for the education and community outreach programs ($400,000 this year) of the...
There have been five movies starring the San Francisco homicide detective nicknamed "Dirty Harry" (portrayed by Clint Eastwood), but there will be no sequel to the political career of...
As Nevada goes, so goes the U.S. Senate. Or at least that’s the view of some political prognosticators for 2013.  The Democrat who wants to be the senator who tips the scales is...