Post Tagged with: "H Street"

Marion Colomer Depicts ‘Carnal Desire’ at Gallery O on H

Marion Colomer Depicts ‘Carnal Desire’ at Gallery O on H

Nestled in a tiny brick building in the H Street Corridor is Gallery O on H, an art gallery and event space. Inside the welcoming front door resides the enchanting exhibit “Melancholia” by Marion Colomer, a French painter. Colomer is originally from Paris but has studied in New York, New[Read More…]

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The D.C. Department of Education has proposed biking restrictions around the new streetcar lanes on H Street/Benning Road.

Streetcar Construction on H Street Completed

As testing continues for the D.C. Streetcar project, operation of the public transportation line is set to begin later this year, after a series of delays plagued the project. Construction is complete on the H Street/Benning Road line connecting Union Station to Oklahoma Avenue in the northeast quadrant of the[Read More…]

by September 5, 2014 0 comments City News, News
A City in Flux

A City in Flux

Walking down Northeast’s H Street Corridor on a Friday night, it’s easy to see how this burgeoning neighborhood has quickly earned itself the title of D.C.’s hippest. Just ask Forbes (the go-to source for all things hip), which last week ranked the area No. 6 in “America’s Best Hipster Neighborhoods.”[Read More…]

by September 28, 2012 0 comments The Guide

Streetcars on Track, but Not to GU

While segments of D.C.’s new streetcar system are expected to become operational by 2013, it is unlikely that routes will ever be expanded to Georgetown. According to John Lisle, a spokesman for the District Department of Transportation, the ongoing project to restore 150-year-old streetcar tracks on O and P Streets in Georgetown[Read More…]

by February 6, 2012 0 comments City News, News