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Street art (literally) on Minnesota Ave

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Buchanan School redevelopment on D St SE approved

34 townhomes and flats coming to the historic Buchanan School.
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Local author crowdfunding YA diabetes book

Native Washingtonian James Arawole says "Blood is Thicker Than Sugar" is the only young adult novel of its kind.
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Who’s hiring in DC: HelloWallet, 9lenses, HireKeep

Once again, Elevation DC brings you jobs at the fastest growing startups in the District.
 
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Register Now: Arts After Disaster

In recognition of September as National Emergency Preparedness Month, the panel will explore the importance of the arts and humanities during community pre and post-recovery efforts following natural and man-made disasters.
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Optoro raises $40 million

“We are excited to raise additional capital from two great new partners,TriplePoint Venture Growth BDC Corporation and Square 1 Bank,” said Tobin Moore, CEO and co-founder of Optoro in a release.
Innovation & Job News

Local woman creates roommate-finder for single folks 40+

The online network allows single men and women aged 40 and older to seek roommates in shared living spaces. “It works like match.com—you contact each other and if you like what you see, arrange an interview and move forward with moving in,” says Moore. ...
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Affordable housing proposed for 8th and T NW

Non-profit developer Manna Inc. proposes to subdivide one lot into three at the corner of 8th and T Streets NW, and to construct two market-rate and four affordable flats.
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For DC's downtrodden, the path to a second chance runs through a kitchen

Finding steady work in D.C. is hard enough. When you’re fresh out of prison, dealing with homelessness, suffering from mental illness or substance abuse, it’s near impossible. One non-profit in the District is doing something about that.
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Ever wondered where DC's trees come from?

To grow the city’s tree canopy to 40 percent by 2032, Casey Trees bought the farm (or, rather, was given one). 
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20 units to replace Georgia Ave funeral home

A six-story apartment building has been approved for 3831 Georgia Ave NW, north of the Petworth metro.

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