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  • HBO orders pilots for series on porn and politics from David Simon

    Washington, DC News
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:30 am
    David Simon and Bill Zorzi on the set of the HBO Miniseries "Show Me a Hero," which debuts Aug. 16. David Simon and Bill Zorzi on the set of the HBO Miniseries "Show Me a Hero," which debuts Aug. 16. With a new David Simon miniseries, "Show Me a Hero," set to debut, HBO today announced that it was ordering two more pilots for series from the creator of "The Wire." And there is a possibility that one of them could be made in Maryland, which would be very good news in the wake of the departure of "Veep."
  • Capitol Police Arrest Secret Service Impersonator in Scalise's Office

    Roll Call: Daily News
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:09 am
    Capitol Police arrested a man last month for reportedly impersonating a law enforcement officer in House Majority Whip Steve Scalise's Rayburn office.
  • Hillary confidant rips 'alcoholic' and 'lazy' Boehner in email

    TheHill - Top News
    Scott Wong
    1 Sep 2015 | 5:12 am
    Sidney Blumenthal wrote that the Speaker is "despised" by younger, more conservative members.
  • District Line Daily: “Lackluster, Feckless, Inefficient Enforcement”

    City Desk
    Andrew Giambrone
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:55 am
    A morning roundup of news, opinion, and links from City Paper and around the District. Send tips and ideas to citydesk@washingtoncitypaper.com Sign upTo get District Line Daily—or any of our other email newsletters—sent straight to your mailbox, click here The D.C. police union says officers are being “forced into a corner of lackluster feckless, inefficient enforcement” by Chief Cathy Lanier and police department management. The criticism comes as homicides in the District (up 42 percent as compared with this time last year) continue to rise, and as Mayor Muriel Bowser goes on the…
  • What's next for the National Building Museum's Beach? (Video)

    Washington, D.C. Business News - Local Washington, D.C. News | The Washington Business Journal
    Emily Mekinc
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:48 am
    Washingtonians have only one more week to soak up The Beach at the National Building Museum — but we won't have to say goodbye to those oh-so-fun plastic balls entirely. The museum is partnering with arts group Dupont Underground to reuse about 650,000 plastic balls and 6,000-square-feet of construction mesh as part of an a competition later this year. “From the beginning of planning this unique installation, we looked for ways to ensure that the building materials would be either re-used for…
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    Washington, DC News

  • HBO orders pilots for series on porn and politics from David Simon

    1 Sep 2015 | 8:30 am
    David Simon and Bill Zorzi on the set of the HBO Miniseries "Show Me a Hero," which debuts Aug. 16. David Simon and Bill Zorzi on the set of the HBO Miniseries "Show Me a Hero," which debuts Aug. 16. With a new David Simon miniseries, "Show Me a Hero," set to debut, HBO today announced that it was ordering two more pilots for series from the creator of "The Wire." And there is a possibility that one of them could be made in Maryland, which would be very good news in the wake of the departure of "Veep."
  • Nat'l Cattlemen's Beef Assn, Cabela's Announce Partnership

    1 Sep 2015 | 4:26 am
    NAT'L CATTLEMEN'S BEEF ASSN, CABELA'S ANNOUNCE PARTNERSHIP Sep. 1, 2015 Source: National Cattlemen's Beef Association news release The National Cattlemen's Beef Association has announced a new member benefit in partnership with Cabela's Corporate Outfitter. NCBA members can take advantage of the Cabela's Corporate Outfitter program by receiving an Outfitter Card that will provide up to a 20 percent discount on business purchases made at Cabela's stores, as well as access to Cabela's customization services.
  • The Story Behind Hillary Clinton's Mysterious Gefilte Fish Email

    1 Sep 2015 | 12:23 am
    A mysterious email popped up in the latest tranche of State Department documents released in relation to Hillary Clinton's time at Foggy Bottom. Titled "Gefilte fish," the email was authored by the then-secretary of state and addressed to two top aides.
  • Person of Interest ID'd in Shaw Metro shooting

    31 Aug 2015 | 8:18 pm
    A second person of interest has been identified in connection to the fatal shooting earlier this month outside the Shaw Metro station. Person of Interest ID'd in Shaw Metro shooting WASHINGTON - A second person of interest has been identified in connection to the fatal shooting earlier this month outside the Shaw Metro station.
  • Local digest: Aug. 31, 2015

    30 Aug 2015 | 8:26 pm
    Police said a female teenager and a man were taken to hospitals with non-life-threatening wounds. The shooting occurred about 6:45 p.m. near Third and K streets SW.
 
 
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    City Desk

  • District Line Daily: “Lackluster, Feckless, Inefficient Enforcement”

    Andrew Giambrone
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:55 am
    A morning roundup of news, opinion, and links from City Paper and around the District. Send tips and ideas to citydesk@washingtoncitypaper.com Sign upTo get District Line Daily—or any of our other email newsletters—sent straight to your mailbox, click here The D.C. police union says officers are being “forced into a corner of lackluster feckless, inefficient enforcement” by Chief Cathy Lanier and police department management. The criticism comes as homicides in the District (up 42 percent as compared with this time last year) continue to rise, and as Mayor Muriel Bowser goes on the…
  • District May Target Feral Cats as Part of Wildlife Action Plan

    Andrew Giambrone
    1 Sep 2015 | 6:02 am
    Changes may be in the works for how the District treats feral felines. The District Department of Energy & Environment has released a draft of its “Wildlife Action Plan,” which will govern the way D.C. handles animals and their habitats for the next several years. Tucked in the 214-page document is a section devoted to invasive species, including northern snakeheads, blue catfish, and, yes, cats. “Cats (felis catus) are non-native predators that have been among the worst invasive species globally,” the plan reads. “In the District, they take the form of free-ranging animals…
  • District Line Daily: Homicides Reach 2014 Count

    Andrew Giambrone
    31 Aug 2015 | 7:42 am
    A morning roundup of news, opinion, and links from City Paper and around the District. Send tips and ideas to citydesk@washingtoncitypaper.com Sign upTo get District Line Daily—or any of our other email newsletters—sent straight to your mailbox, click here On Friday night, D.C. registered its 105thkilling this year, equaling the total count of homicides in 2014. A D.C. Police Union poll conducted over the weekend produced more than 1,000 votes of “no confidence” in Chief Cathy Lanier. LEADING THE MORNING NEWS: Two people were non-lethally shot in Southwest Sunday evening,…
  • New Addition To Shaw’s Kennedy Recreation Center: Security Cameras

    Andrew Giambrone
    28 Aug 2015 | 2:45 pm
    New cameras installed @ Kennedy Rec today. Thx to Cmsrs Padro, Wiggins, & Nigro plus @Shawington for raising voices! pic.twitter.com/DO1TcFw3jg — Charles Allen (@CharlesAllenW6) August 28, 2015 On Memorial Day, 31-year-old mother Tamara Gliss was gunned down outside her apartment on the 600 block of O Street NW. On Aug. 10, a triple shooting broke out near 7th and O streets NW, leaving one man in critical condition. And just two Saturdays ago, 23-year-old Matthew Shlonsky, an American University grad, was killed near 7th and S streets NW. These are just some of the incidents in…
  • Suspect in July Metro Stabbing Will Receive Full Mental-Competency Evaluation

    Andrew Giambrone
    28 Aug 2015 | 11:01 am
    Jasper Spires’ hair has grown since he last appeared in court on July 24. But the 18-year-old, who allegedly killed Kevin Sutherland on the Metro’s Red Line—on Independence Day—was still smiling sporadically this morning as he sat before Judge Robert Morin and attorneys. At today’s hearing, Morin ordered Spires to receive a full mental-competency evaluation after an initial clinical assessment in late July came back as inconclusive. The judge also denied a request by Antoini Jones, Spires’ attorney, for his client to receive the exam as an outpatient procedure at an area…
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    Washington, D.C. Business News - Local Washington, D.C. News | The Washington Business Journal

  • What's next for the National Building Museum's Beach? (Video)

    Emily Mekinc
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:48 am
    Washingtonians have only one more week to soak up The Beach at the National Building Museum — but we won't have to say goodbye to those oh-so-fun plastic balls entirely. The museum is partnering with arts group Dupont Underground to reuse about 650,000 plastic balls and 6,000-square-feet of construction mesh as part of an a competition later this year. “From the beginning of planning this unique installation, we looked for ways to ensure that the building materials would be either re-used for…
  • A losing bidder has already protested TSA HQ lease

    Daniel J. Sernovitz
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:03 am
    One of the largest landlords to the federal government has protested the federal government's selection of Victory Center in Alexandria to be the next headquarters for the Transportation Security Administration. Boston Properties (NYSE: BXP) filed a bid protest with the Government Accountability Office on Aug. 24 against the General Services Administration, alleging flaws in the process that led the GSA to award a 625,000-square-foot lease to the owners of 5001 Eisenhower Ave. It's unclear whether…
  • GSA cancels request thought to be related to cyber campus

    Daniel J. Sernovitz
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:44 am
    UPDATE: The General Services Administration informed me at 12:25 p.m. that the request for information has been cancelled. I am waiting for more information on why and whether it will be reissued. The General Services Administration has kicked off a search for roughly 500,000 square feet in Northern Virginia that sources say could be an early step toward establishing a federal cybersecurity hub in the commonwealth. The GSA posted a request for information Aug. 26 to FedBizOpps.gov seeking sources…
  • Decision imminent on Waterside, the massive Loudoun quarry overhaul

    Michael Neibauer
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:43 am
    First, they scoffed. Then, they negotiated. Now, the Loudoun Board of Supervisors is on the verge of approving one of the largest mixed-use developments that has ever crossed its pipeline. The board is scheduled to vote Wednesday on Chantilly Crushed Stone’s application for Waterside, a 5 million-square-foot, 335-acre project proposed for the current site of the Loudoun Quarries, located north and south of Route 606 and immediately east of Route 28. The multiphase, likely 30-year plan calls for…
  • Developer of planned 4-star University of Maryland hotel lands financing

    Jeff Clabaugh
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:18 am
    McLean-based Capital One Financial Corp. (NYSE: COF) has arranged an $80 million syndicated loan for Vienna-based Southern Management Corp. for its construction of a four-star hotel at the University of Maryland's flagship College Park campus. The 10-story, 297-room hotel, currently under construction, is expected to open in 2017. Southern Management will lease the 3-acre property on Route 1 from the University of Maryland College Park Foundation. The hotel, part of the university’s East Campus,…
 
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    The Fix

  • Hillary Clinton’s struggles with basic technology, Part 3

    Amber Phillips
    1 Sep 2015 | 10:16 am
    Hillary Clinton is either really bad at technology or really good at — and very devoted to — obscuring her skills. As the State Department continues to release thousands of pages of her work e-mails every month, we're learning more about how the former secretary of state handles crises — including the troubles she has […]
  • The latest Hillary Clinton e-mails show she is VERY suspicious of the press

    Chris Cillizza
    1 Sep 2015 | 9:09 am
    Hillary Clinton and her inner circle at the State Department viewed the media as a forever-dangerous entity never to be trusted and only begrudgingly given any credit at all, according to a review of more than 7,000 e-mails she sent during her time as Secretary of State that were released Monday night. Time and time again […]
  • Jeb Bush is unloading on Donald Trump. Good luck with that.

    Aaron Blake
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:37 am
    The battle between Donald Trump and Jeb Bush just got real. Bush has over the last 24 hours made a concerted effort to mix it up with the GOP frontrunner, going after Trump repeatedly and in no uncertain terms. It's a striking turn for the normally low-key and cerebral (Trump would say "low-energy") former Florida […]
  • The Iran deal is unpopular. Here’s how it could hurt Democrats.

    Amber Phillips
    1 Sep 2015 | 8:04 am
    As we recently wrote, Congress's upcoming vote on whether to disapprove of the Iran nuclear deal is a potential win-win for both Republicans and President Obama: Republicans get to voice their opposition, and Obama gets his historic deal. But there's one group that loses out in that scenario: congressional Democrats. House and Senate Democrats appear to get little politically, at […]
  • 8 of the oddest new Hillary Clinton e-mails

    Amber Phillips
    1 Sep 2015 | 7:36 am
    On Monday night, the State Department released to the world its biggest batch yet of e-mails Hillary Rodham Clinton sent on her private sever while she was secretary of state. The department is under court order to regularly release some of the 30,000 e-mails (50,000+ pages) from Clinton's private server, which could give us regular dumps […]
 
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    The Hill: Contributors

  • Donald Trump opens the door for Kanye West

    1 Sep 2015 | 4:30 am
    Kanye West announced in front of an enthusiastic crowd at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) this week that he intends to run for president in 2020. West will undoubtedly face an uphill battle in securing whichever nomination he'll be fighting for....
  • CECIL Act is first step toward ending trophy hunting

    1 Sep 2015 | 4:00 am
    The Conserving Ecosystems by Ceasing the Importation of Large (CECIL) Animal Trophies Act was introduced by New Jersey Sen. Bob Menendez (D) on July 31. "Let's not be cowardly lions when it comes to trophy killings," said Menendez in a press release...
  • Making sense of methane regulation

    1 Sep 2015 | 3:30 am
    The Obama administration's efforts to address climate change continue to stoke controversy, as the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) new regulations to limit methane emissions from the oil and gas sector have sparked a wave of criticism from...
  • For Biden, is third time the charm?

    1 Sep 2015 | 3:00 am
    In 1988, his presidential hopes flamed out amid plagiarism charges. In the 2008 Democratic primary, he registered less than 1 percent of the vote in Iowa, leaving him no choice but to again abandon his presidential hopes. In 2015, speculation has...
  • Hats off to Sanders in Iowa poll, but Clinton has good news, too

    31 Aug 2015 | 2:30 pm
    Let's start with hats off to Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) — written by someone who is a longtime friend and strong supporter of Hillary Clinton — for the strong showing in The Des Moines Register's most recent poll. The senator is now within...
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    News

  • Poll: Majority of Republicans think Obama is a Muslim

    1 Sep 2015 | 5:57 am
    A majority of Republican voters, 54 percent, think that President Obama is a Muslim, according to a new survey from the left-leaning Public Policy Polling (PPP).Asked whether they thought Obama is a Christian or Muslim or if they were unsure, 32...
  • Obama tells Texas widow that targeting cops is 'unacceptable'

    1 Sep 2015 | 4:22 am
    President Obama called the widow of a slain sheriff's deputy in Texas on Monday to offer his condolences on behalf of the country, according to a statement provided by the White House.The White House said Obama promised he would “continue to...
  • Congressman tells second-graders about child suicide bombers

    31 Aug 2015 | 3:49 pm
    Several parents say they are shocked by comments Rep. Matt Salmon (R-Ariz.) made to second- and third-graders about suicide bombings and nuclear weapons last week.The congressman was giving a presentation to students at San Tan Charter School about...
  • Warren wrote scathingly of Biden at Harvard Law

    31 Aug 2015 | 12:53 pm
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) wrote scathingly of Vice President Biden while she was on the faculty of Harvard Law School, mocking his White House ambitions while slamming his support for a bankruptcy bill that she said “hurts women.”“With his...
  • Glenn Beck touts 'All Lives Matter' rally as biggest in Birmingham since MLK

    31 Aug 2015 | 10:46 am
    Conservative radio host Glenn Beck, actor Chuck Norris and thousands of other people marched through downtown Birmingham, Ala., over the weekend under the banner "All Lives Matter."The "Walker, Texas Ranger" star marched about two rows behind Beck...
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    A Parent in Silver Spring

  • Be Part of A Celebration of Service on 9/11

    Jessica McFadden
    31 Aug 2015 | 5:00 am
    How can we commemorate September 11th and transform this somber day into something good? AARP Foundation pondered that exact question and has provided us DC area residents and families with an opportunity to help others and honor those we lost. This September 11, 2015 we can take part in a life-changing event: AARP Foundation is taking over the National Mall for A Celebration of Service, Volunteers will pack one million meals for struggling seniors in the DC Metro area. The hungry neighbors served will include senior veterans and first responders. This effort is coordinated with one of my…
  • Come with me to Blogalicious 2015 #BYOE15

    Jessica McFadden
    27 Aug 2015 | 8:18 am
    Blogalicious is my favorite blogging conference. Come with me to Baltimore September 10 – 12!  This September 10 – 12, 2015 I will be attending the Blogalicious Conference for the fifth year. This year the conference is happening in our backyard — in Baltimore! At these conferences I have gained a wealth of social media, communication, entrepreneurship and professional guidance and inspiration. I have truly learned more practical tips about blogging and freelance writing at this conference series than any other one I have attended. The mission of the Blogalicious…
  • Max Brenner Bethesda: Sweet Treat or Birthday Party

    Jessica McFadden
    5 Aug 2015 | 1:52 pm
    The A Parent in Silver Spring crew met up with our old, dear friends the Dalys for a decadently delicious day out at Max Brenner Chocolate Bar in Bethesda. The day was too hot for a playground and the occasion was too special not to celebrate! Our six kids delved into dipping their fruit, marshmallow and cakes into rich milk and dark chocolate fondue, as well as roasting s’mores right at the table. We had a couple allergies amongst the kids and the Max Brenner staff was amazing about knowing the ingredients of all items and making sure any allergic kids had their very own parceled out…
  • National Harbor: Summer Family Day Trip

    Jessica McFadden
    4 Aug 2015 | 9:30 am
    As a National Harbor “Fun”-bassador, this is a sponsored post, the first in a series about the offerings for DC-area families at National Harbor.  Have a day, an afternoon or an evening wide-open on your calendar and looking to create some summer memories with your crew? National Harbor has lots of options! Free Fun  My kids always clamor to play on the The Awakening sculpture by the water. Just last weekend all three of the kids made friends, ran around, dug in the sand, and posed for pictures. It is an art installation and a playground! You can also take your entire family to…
  • $25 Google Express Code for YOU! #OneLessErrand

    Jessica McFadden
    31 Jul 2015 | 12:04 pm
    If you live or work in the DC city limits, well, do I have a treat for you: $25 to use at Google Express at your favorite stores! Enter promo code EXPRESSDC at checkout.    Use that $25 at Costco, Staples, Giant, Ulta, Walgreens, ToysRUs, BabiesRUs, Barnes & Noble, Petsmart and more stores that are a part of the DC Google Express family.   You will receive same-day or overnight delivery of your selected items thanks to Google Express. Here’s how Google Express works: Shop for what you need all in one place, add items to your cart, select a delivery window, and check out…
 
 
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    Frozen Tropics

  • Mason Dixie Biscuit Co. & Atlas Brew Works Takeover Argo 9/2

    1 Sep 2015 | 4:29 am
    Mason Dixie Biscuit Company and Atlas Brew Works (2052 West Virginia Ave Suite 102) are staging a takeover at the Argonaut (1433 H Street) this Wednesday, September 2nd. During the takeover you'll be able to order Mason Dixie's traditional Southern fare, including both biscuit sandwiches and platters. They'll even run a special kid's menu for free for diners under 12 years of age. In addition to selections like fried chicken and pulled pork, you'll be able to order a very special sandwich called the Argonaut, with roasted lamb and tomatoes with a feta, garlic, lemon yogurt spread.
  • Taste of the Capital Show Raises Funds for Local Burlesque Festival

    31 Aug 2015 | 7:34 am
    The organizers of this Friday's Taste of the Capital burlesque show at Rock & Roll Hotel (1353 H Street) aim to do more than just give audiences a thrill. The production is a fundraiser the team hopes will raise money and excitement for the Capital City Burlesque & Vaudeville Festival, a new multi-day festival they want to launch July 4th weekend of 2016. These guys are so into the idea of the Festival that they are sinking 100% of the proceeds from Friday's fundraiser into the new effort.Tickets are $12 in advance, or $15 the day of the show. That gets you "a night of riotous…
  • ANC 5D06 Single Member District Meeting 9/3

    30 Aug 2015 | 2:58 pm
    Community Meeting NoticeSMD 5D06Community MeetingANC Commissioner Yvonne Buggs(202) 300-84367pm Thursday, September 3rdJoseph Cole Recreation1299 Neal StreetWashington, D.C.  20002Agenda1.Introduction2.Presentation➢Public Safety Report – PSA 506➢Melinda Bolling, DirectorDC Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA)➢Mr. Ivan Torres, LiaisonDC Department of Health➢Mrs. Linda Grant, LiaisonDC Department of Public Works
  • A Visit to Addis Ethiopian Restaurant

    29 Aug 2015 | 8:24 am
    I recently dined at Addis Ethiopian Restaurant (707 H Street) for the first time. Addis opened in late January, and I feel like they've largely flown under the radar for many folks. That's too bad because they serve solid food and it's decently priced. My dining companion that night was a vegetarian, so we ordered the vegetarian sampler (eight dishes for $14.25:  split peas, split lentils spicy, mild lentils, collard greens, potato and carrot, shiro, cabbage, yetimatim salata) and the awaze tibs (beef, onions, tomatoes, and peppers for $14.75). As is common at many local Ethiopian…
  • Maison-Dixon Hot Chicken Pops Up at Vendetta

    28 Aug 2015 | 5:09 am
    Maison-Dixon Hot Chicken pops at H Street's own Vendetta (1212 H Street). It kicks off Thursday, September 17th starting at 6pm, and runs until they sell out of grub. But Maison-Dixon wants to make sure all the folks who want hot chicken get it, so they have asked people to RSVP (reservations@maisondixondc.com) just so they have a better idea just how much chicken and fixings they should prep and bring. The menu that night is not confined merely to hot chicken. Maison-Dixon will also serve up chicken and waffles, pimento grilled cheese, and Southern sides. Read their full menu for complete…
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    just up the pike

  • the silver spring transit center is finally opening! here's how it'll work

    28 Aug 2015 | 7:29 am
    After years of delay and construction problems, the Silver Spring Transit Center will finally open next month, bringing together local and intercity buses, MARC commuter rail, and the Red and future Purple lines. To get travelers ready, Metro put together this diagram showing how it will work. Image from WMATA. Click for full version.Silver Spring is one of the region's biggest transit hubs, bringing together dozens of bus and train lines and serving 60,000 passengers each day. It'll become an even bigger destination when the Purple Line opens in 2021. First envisioned nearly twenty years ago…
  • this map shows which parts of the DC area are really "urban" and "suburban"

    23 Jul 2015 | 8:55 am
    Where does "the city" start and end? Some might say it's the District line. But in reality, the lines between "city" and "suburb" are more unclear than you think. "Urban" (blue) and "suburban" (green) parts of the DC area based on housing density. Map by the author. Click for a high-resolution version.I got into an argument with someone at a happy hour a few years ago. Why? This dude said I lived in the suburbs, because Silver Spring was outside the District. Even if I was literally 1000 feet from Eastern Avenue. "But no," I protested, "Silver Spring is an urban place! We have tall buildings!
  • ice cream: your doctor may hate it, but your city loves it

    17 Jul 2015 | 9:00 am
    Sunday is National Ice Cream Day, which is great for fans of cold desserts. But it's even better for urban places, because ice cream is a great tool for placemaking. Moorenko's Ice Cream in Silver Spring. All photos by the author unless noted.One of the best ways to create a busy, active sidewalk or plaza is by putting food there. Especially ice cream (or gelato, frozen custard, frozen yogurt, and so on). Why? People of all ages can enjoy it, and it's generally cheap enough that most people can afford to eat it. Most importantly, ice cream melts. You have to consume your ice cream soon after…
  • nine years! (who could have imagined such a thing?)

    26 Jun 2015 | 7:48 am
    I took this during that awesome sunset Tuesday night.Nine years! Can you believe it? While the focus and style has changed, Just Up The Pike remains. I think of it as a member of my family now. This blog has survived college, graduate school, eight moves (including two out of state), and some thirteen jobs. Over time, JUTP has been a soapbox, a megaphone, and a sort of confidante. I like to think of it as a member of my family. I'm not even sure if it's a blog anymore: of course there are (infrequent) posts, but we've also got Facebook, Twitter, and as of this week, a newly resurrected…
  • how alexandria's "courage wall" helped me find courage

    15 Jun 2015 | 9:00 am
    A chalkboard wall in Alexandria that recently got national attention for asking people to finish the thought "I wish I had the courage to ..." is coming down. For me, the Courage Wall represented a moment when I took a courageous jump of my own. The Courage Wall in Alexandria. All photos by the author unless noted.Resident and leadership coach Nancy Belmont set up the wall outside her friend's business in the Del Ray neighborhood last month. Inspired by artist Candy Change's "Before I Die" project in New Orleans, the Courage Wall is an interactive piece of public art, constantly changing as…
 
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