Would you trust Dan Snyder with the Anacostia River?
One of the proposed locations for a new Washington football stadium would be situated in Oxon Hill Farm, part of a 300-acre preserved green space. Environmentalists have concerns that more paved surfaces would send polluted runoff into the river, and that the team’s ownership would neglect nearby sensitive wetlands.
See something, say something: coyote edition
DC's largest apex predator is actually a newcomer to the area, first officially sighted in the early 2000s. Where they live and how many live here are just a few of the many questions researchers are trying to learn via the District Coyote Project, which will allow residents to report sightings and interactions.
“Where Native Washingtonians Live (And Don’t Live”)
The referendum was spiked on a legal technicality, appearing to end hopes to use a popular vote to negate the Council's negation of the original referendum to eliminate the tipped minimum wage exception--perhaps a fittingly ademocratic end to this chapter.
This Sunday, the Hains Point 100 (winner of WABA's "best social ride" award in 2017!) will raise money for the WABA women and girls' bicycling program. And no, you don't have to ride 100 miles to participate.