The effort is part of the broader #DontMuteDC movement that promotes cultural education and the empowerment of black-owned businesses as a means of pushing back against gentrification.
A D.C. activist and entrepreneur behind the #DontMuteDC campaign held a town hall meeting to discuss other issues in the District — gentrification, rising property taxes and the loss of black churches and black-owned business, to name a few — in hopes to form citizen committees to tackle those issues.
On My Take, go-go music may be back in Shaw but Clinton Yates says the fight is not over yet.
T-Mobile’s CEO, John Legere said in a tweet on Wednesday that the go-go music played at a Metro PCS in Shaw should not stop and that T-Mobile will work with neighbors to compromise on volume.
T-Mobile recently told a local shop owner to shut off the go-go music that he’s been playing for 25 years on the block, reportedly because someone who moved into a new luxury apartment building threatened to sue.
Bidding wars between multiple buyers in the housing market have cooled nationwide, but there are still hot neighborhoods where they remain common, and D.C. ZIP code 20009 is one of them.
A fire broke out in the 1700 block of 7th Street NW around 7 p.m. Wednesday at Sumah’s West African Restaurant and Carry Out.
Police are seeking a male suspect in a deadly Northwest D.C. double shooting overnight on Monday.
Andre Dudley, 22; Marcus King, 22; and Christopher Proctor, 28, will be sentenced on Aug. 13 in connection to a shootout that turned deadly when a 23-year-old American University graduate was killed by a stray bullet.
Around 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 10, in the 1700 block of 7th Street Northwest, D.C. police said several suspects approached a victim and began assaulting him. One of the suspects hit the victim with a bat.
One person has died and seven others were injured after a shooting early Saturday in the Shaw neighborhood of Northwest D.C., police said.
A 33-year-old man died from his injuries Friday after being hit by a car in the Shaw neighborhood of Northwest D.C. Thursday.
Kwame Onwuachi’s fine-dining restaurant The Shaw Bijou has only been open for two months, and already the “Top Chef” contestant is announcing major changes.
After a year and a half of construction, permitting and menu testing, one of D.C.’s most highly anticipated restaurants will open its doors Tuesday.
In a city long-known for meat and potatoes, a “Top Chef” finalist found one type of meat was missing. Her new fast-casual restaurant hopes to remedy that. (Photos)
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.