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  • InTowner
    The November issue content is now posted at www.intowner.com, including the issue PDF in which will be found the primary news stories, community news, letters
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 11, 2012
      The November issue content is now posted at www.intowner.com, including the issue PDF in which will be found the primary news stories, community news, letters to the editor, and museum exhibition reviews -- plus all photos & other images.

      Not included in the PDF but linked directly from the home page are the new What Once Was feature (this month about the historic Lenthall houses), which has succeeded the long-running Scenes from the Past, as well as Recent Real Estate Sales, Reservations Recommended and Food in the `Hood. In addition, subsequent to the publication of the PDF information on public meetings in Shaw was received and included on the community news web page.

      This month's lead stories include the following: (1) "Logan Circle House Tour Celebrates Neighborhood's Historic and Modern" and (2) "New Restaurants and Bars Along 11th Street in Upper Columbia Heights Are Signs of Neighborhood Gentrification."

      Our editorial this month focuses on the problem of bicycle riding on sidewalks outside the central business district where they are now prohibited (From the Publisher's Desk). Your thoughts are welcome and can be sent by clicking the comment link at the bottom of the web page or by email to letters@....

      The next issue PDF will publish early in the morning of December 14th (the 2nd Friday of the month as usual). For more information, either send an email to newsroom@... or call (202) 234-1717.

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    • theintowner
      The November issue content can be viewed at www.intowner.com http://www.intowner.com/, including the issue PDF in which will be found the primary news stories
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 13, 2013

        The November issue content can be viewed at www.intowner.com, including the issue PDF in which will be found the primary news stories and museum exhibition reviews -- plus all photos & other images. Not included in the PDF but linked directly from the home page is Stephen A. Hansen’s What Once Was feature -- this month all about the Blaine mansion, Blaine’s other houses in DC and Maine, and about his architect.

         

        This month's lead stories include the following: (1) “Bloomingdale Neighborhood’s Gentrification Seen as Having Successfully Blended in Long-Time Residents, Though Affordability an Issue”; (2) “Adams Morgan Liquor Moratorium Expires in 2014 - Whether to Extend Yet Again Embroiled in Controversy;” (3) “Dupont Circle Village and Neighborhood Businesses Working Together to Develop Age-Friendly Practices.” In addition, a report previewing the December 8th Logan Circle holiday house tour is posted i our Special Online Content section at http://tinyurl.com/lrdxf3l.

        Also to be found on the website pages, along with the recent real estate sales, “Reservations Recommended” and “Food in the ‘Hood” columns, is an extensive array of community news reports, highlighting among others: “Zoning Regulations Review Public Hearings Now Underway”; “Adams Morgan Civic Group to Discuss Proposed Zoning Changes Affecting Area”; 60th Year of Stead Park to be Celebrated with Anniversary Party.”

         

        Our editorial this month addresses the, in our view, the terrible development that is the delay with implementing an elected independent attorney general office from 2014 to 2018. Your thoughts are welcome and can be sent by clicking the comment link at the bottom of the web page or by email to letters@....

         

        The next issue PDF will publish early in the morning of December 13th (the 2nd Friday of the month as usual). For more information, either send an email to newsroom@... or call (202) 234-1717.

         

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