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Not one, but two parks pop up in DC

Two parks have popped up in D.C. in recent days, one in NoMa and the other in the Golden Triangle.

Northeast is growing by leaps and bounds. Here's a photo tour

See how Northeast has changed in this virtual tour - or hop on a bike and see for yourself.

How Capitol Crossing heals a 50-year-old mistake

I-395 was part of a planned "inner Beltway" that would have destroyed thousands of homes. Most of that highway was stopped, but I-395 still got built. Now that scar is going to be healed.

ANC endorses PARK(ing) Day-style parklet in front of Slipstream

It would be the first in the city.

Brookland electric substation will go green

The block-long brick wall will be covered up by trellises and vines.

As apartments and condos go up, downtown DC is becoming an after-work location

The Downtown DC Business Improvement District's annual State of Downtown shed light on how downtown D.C. is evolving.

Adams Morgan nonprofit raising funds for 'healing garden'

The 25-year-old nonprofit aims to bring its residents together with neighbors in a new garden it's building.

Dance Place activating its alley with art and games

An alley between Dance Place and Brookland Artspace Lofts will become an arts park.

You could be canoeing in the C&O Canal as early as this summer

The Georgetown BID and the National Park Service plan a dock on the C&O canal for boaters. If all goes well, it could be operational this spring or summer.

Mayor cuts ribbon on new Ward 8 pool

The Barry Farm aquatic center, replacing an outdoor pool, opened Dec. 13 and features a lap pool, a leisure pool and a waterslide. And that's just the beginning.

D.C. developer to revitalize chunk of Mt. Rainier

The Menkiti Group, responsible for many projects in and around Brookland, will restore three historic buildings just outside D.C. in Mt. Rainier, Maryland.

DC library chief eager to hear from public about MLK library's future

The future of the library is in DC citizens' hands.

#parkingdaydc turns ~20 street parking spaces into mini-parks for the day

The annual event shows what uses street parking could be put to besides cars.

NW "turtle" park redo begins next month

Friendship Park and Community Center, also known as "Turtle" park, is getting overhauled beginning in October.

DC dedicates Chuck Brown Park

DC officials dedicated the park to the Godfather of Go-Go Aug. 22, on what would have been Brown's 78th birthday.
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