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Emancipation Day Rally to Call for DC Voting Rights
Organized by DC Leaders to bring attention to Taxation without Representation. Monday, April 16th, 2007, from 2PM to 5PM. City Hall & Freedom Plaza 14th & Pennsylvania Avenue, N. W.
Apr 10, 2007, 18:42

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Residents Can Assist in Expeditious Pot Hole Repair -- Call 202-727-1000
Mayor Fenty wants us to help the DC Department of Transportation to identify pot holes in our community so that they can be repaired as quickly as possible. Hence, please call 202-727-1000 if you notice one or more in our neighborhood. The commitment of the DC DOT is to repair all reported pot holes within 48 hours. Let's really get behind this effort to help our local government to do a better job of helping us!
Mar 3, 2007, 10:00

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Yellow Line to Serve Shaw/Howard, U Street, other Green Line Stations
Starting Sunday, December 31st, getting around from Shaw will be a lot more convenient. Yellow Line trains will serve all Green Line Stations from Shaw/Howard and U Street to Fort Totten during off-peak hours. The result will be trains serving each of those stations every 6 minutes during the entire day, according to Metro interim general manager.
Dec 29, 2006, 21:05

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A Campaign Stop Long Passed By
Blighted Southeast Housing Complex Is Site of Fenty-Johns Mayoral Debate
Aug 12, 2006, 07:25

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An Informed Pespective on DC
Below please find a copy of the testimony that Dr. Alice M. Rivlin recently shared with a subcommittee of United States Senate concerning the recent history and future of Washington, DC. It is my hunch that you will find it interesting reading and somewhat surprising in some respects.
Jul 22, 2006, 07:56


ShawDC Archive
Arts and Entertainment
A Taste of Shaw Tickets Now on Sale
Free Event: African American Artifacts/Images in Howard U's Collection, 01/31/07
Shaw's Vibrant History, Revisited
Local Business
4th Street Cleaners: Old News to Some; A New Experience for Me!
Big Bear Cafe
The party must go on
Parks & Recreation
Public Meeting on Recreation Master Plan at Kennedy Rec Center, 11/17/05
Using the ring, to fight the streets
City Officials to Rethink Plan for NW Park
Police and Public Safety
It Takes More Than Police to Fight Crime in Shaw
Public Safety Follow-up to Last BACA Meeting -- Neighborhood Walk-Through on 4/30/2007
Shaw Anti-Crime March and Rally Today
Community and History
Defecting Blame in Shaw
Electronic Content on Shaw to Archive?
Shiloh Church Dissenters Attempt to Oust Pastor
Convention Center
D.C. Council Advances Hospital, Hotel Plans
Comment on Old Convention Center Site, Speak Out to Save MLK Library, 11/08/05
Washington Home and Garden Show, Now through 03/20/05
District of Columbia
Emancipation Day Rally to Call for DC Voting Rights
Residents Can Assist in Expeditious Pot Hole Repair -- Call 202-727-1000
Yellow Line to Serve Shaw/Howard, U Street, other Green Line Stations
Employment and Training
Summer Internships at the US Supreme Court
Mini Job Fair for Construction and Environmental Laborers, 03/22/06
Bed Bath and Beyond at Gallery Place is Hiring: Job Fair, 12/02/05
Housing and Home Ownership
Williams Signs Bill For Housing Plan
Who'd Want to Live There?
In a Pricey Market It Helped Ignite, Studio Theatre Will Buy Housing
Education
Heartbroken: Neigbors Comment on Closing of Shaw EcoVillage and Chain Reaction
Shaw EcoVillage and Chain Reaction Closing After 9 Years
Watha T. Daniel Library Update
Neighborhood Organizations
Shaw Main Streets Makes Terrific Progress Supporting Local Business
Public Meeting on Design and Programs at New Kennedy Rec Center
Board Meeting Draft Minutes
Education
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