The appointment comes just over a year after local entrepreneur Mark Ein bought Washington City Paper from SouthComm, returning the paper to local ownership.
After a tense period on the market that was watched nationwide, the alternative weekly was purchased by local businessman and investor Mark Ein.
WASHINGTON — Officials at the National Building Museum will keep measures in place to make sure their art installation is clean, after a patron reportedly caught pink eye when she visited the facility. According to…
The former D.C. mayor claims he\’s being attacked.
The longtime security chief at the 9:30 Club in D.C. died of
A local politician is facing questions on why he
had taxpayers foot the bill for his trip to a
celebrity memorial service.
D.C. Councilmember Marion Barry certainly isn\’t
shy about making racial comments.
A few local bloggers and reporters are having
more of an impact on government accountability
than they may be aware. District officials
announced they\’re monitoring the comment
of five local blogs as part of a pilot program
designed to give residents an opportunity to
rate city services.
Employees at Washington City Paper are taking pay cuts as its hedge fund owner tries to sell a sister publication in Chicago, and now its D.C. publication and another in Atlanta as well.
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.