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I biked the Anacostia Riverwalk Trail. What's good--and not so good--about this work in progress.

The Anacostia Riverwalk Trail is an interconnected system of trails stretching 15 miles, with an additional 13 miles in the works that will someday form the nucleus of a revitalized Anacostia waterfront and park. While the beginnings of this transformation are increasingly accessible today, much work remains.
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Elevation DC wants to hear from you

We want to hear from you--what you like about Elevation DC and what we could do better. By taking this short survey, you have a chance to win a gift card to Southern Hospitality in Adams Morgan! 
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Opinion: Implement the Community Renewables Energy Act

As someone who helped start an energy company here in D.C., I know D.C. is the right place for solar. Our company, Nextility, which employs over 50 people in Washington and has over 200 solar projects completed, has been waiting 520 days to invest over $1 million in community solar projects right here in the District. 
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Our masthead this week

About our masthead contest winner, "If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change."
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CALL FOR ENTRIES - Elevation DC seeks mastheads

We're looking for artists who live or work in D.C. and have a fresh perspective to share.
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Opinion: Park(ing) Day: Civic pride or prospecting opportunity?

Have we killed the heart of this thing with fees and red tape?
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Op-ed: Kennedy Street's time has finally come

We want to hear from the people on the ground building the next great neighborhood. Today, Myles Smith, cofounder of the Kennedy Street Development Association, tells Elevation DC about the neighborhood's upward prospects.
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Opinion: Can these four simple (and cheap) fixes strengthen DC's public schools?

Four inexpensive proposals for D.C.'s public schools could improve education through collaboration with the nonprofit community.
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Neighbors come together to shape the #futureof their streets

Arts and community-building come together on April 1st over a good meal. Read how, from #FutureOf organizer Jess Solomon.
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DC Arts Advocacy Day Editorial: Cuts in mayor's arts funding jeopardize neighborhood revitalization

On Arts Advocacy Day, ARCH Development Corporation COO Phil Hutinet argues that D.C.'s arts organizations depend on arts grants to produce their festivals and events, which in turn transform neighborhoods.
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