Southwest Sunday Suppers Return

The Southwest Sunday Suppers series returns in August with casual get-togethers for Southwest neighbors to share a meal and enjoy art and conversation. Supported by the Southwest Business Improvement District, the weekly neighborly gatherings are a great opportunity for longtime residents and newer members of the community to meet and break bread on a warm […]

The Wharf Heritage Program

Soon after Hoffman-Madison Waterfront (HMW) was awarded the opportunity to redevelop the Southwest Waterfront by the DC government in 2007, HMW was approached by a group of Southwest community members to discuss ways in which HMW could incorporate into the development the rich history of Southwest DC, the Waterfront, and the Municipal Fish Market—the longest […]

Arena Civil Dialogues Series Continues

Arena Stage will continue to host Arena Civil Dialogues to engage the DC community. Scholar, professor, and peacebuilder Amitai Etzioni will moderate this series of discussions, which focuses on topics and questions in today’s headlines. WANT TO GO Aug. 12: The robots are coming Will robots continue to take more of our jobs? Will they out smart […]

Capital Fringe Visits SW

The Capital Fringe festival kicked off the13th year of its summer theater events at an exuberant preview at The Pearl on July 8. Twenty of the almost 80 shows this year gave four-minute highlights from a variety of dramatic, comic, musical, and mime productions. This year was a first for The Capital Fringe in several […]

Meet Peron Williams of the SWBID

Southwest DC is fast becoming the “place to be” in the District. Over the next few months we will spotlight the dedicated staff of the Southwest Business Improvement District (SWBID) who are focused on making our neighborhood a clean, safe, vibrant community to live, work, and visit. Peron Williams is the SWBID operations manager and […]