Improved: The Journey to Beautify and Strengthen 10th St., SW

The improved 10th St., SW—south promenade, looking north; Photo: SWBID & Michael Vergason Landscape Architects, Ltd. The improved 10th St., SW—north promenade, looking south; Photo: SWBID & Michael Vergason Landscape Architects, Ltd. A quiet street rests amid the weaving maze of the on-ramps and off-ramps of 395. Linking the Washington Channel to the National Mall, 10th St., […]

Over 300 Arthur Capper Residents and Families have Thanksgiving Dinner at The Anthem

Volunteers serve a traditional Thanksgiving meal to residents prepared by Cathal Armstrong, chef and owner of Kaliwa. Photo: Roxie B. Photography When popular headliners grace The Anthem, 6,000 screaming fans can be seen standing shoulder-to-shoulder. This Thanksgiving, however, The Anthem transformed into an intimate family-like atmosphere to provide a sense of normalcy during this holiday […]

“Anything Goes” is Going Strong at Arena

(L to R) Mickey Orange (Ensemble/Quartet), Ben Gunderson (Purser/Ensemble/Quartet), Soara-Joye Ross (Reno Sweeney), Brent McBeth (Ensemble/Quartet/Fred/Photographer) and Nicholas Yenson (Ensemble/Quartet) in “Anything Goes” running Nov. 2 through Dec. 23 at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater. Photo: Maria Baranova. “Anything Goes,” Cole Porter’s vintage classic musical, is playing at Arena Stage for the holidays. […]

Historic Building Gets Second Life at The Wharf-Rappahanock Oyster Bar Opening in Historic Oyster Shucking Shed

Lunchroom drawings, unsigned; 1916-1917; Photo from DC Historic Landmark application Since 1899, Rappahannock Oyster Company has sought to “celebrate good food grown well,” and that is exactly what they plan to bring to their latest outpost set to open at the Wharf this month. Located in the now historic designated Lunch Room Building and Oyster […]

Screaming Eagles Doing More Than Cheering

D.C. United Announcer Dave Johnson and Owner Jason Levien present a special D.C. United shovel to kickoff the tree planting When Screaming Eagles president James Lambert talks about his passion for D.C. United, it goes beyond the pitch. The D.C. United supporter group Screaming Eagles has been around since 1995, even before the first United season, […]

Transportation Task Force Looking for Volunteers

The Southwest Neighborhood Assembly’s Transportation Task Force is seeking volunteer members to help work on issues critical to the quality of life in Southwest. As all residents recognize, the development in and around our community has led to new challenges related to all aspects of mobility—pedestrians, automobiles, bikes, scooters, Metro, buses, parking, etc. In order […]