News of a new soccer stadium on the Southwest Waterfront has excited many D.C. politicians, businesses and soccer fans. But not William Hudson. Hudson, a D.C. native, is still dealing with the transition his neighborhood has gone through since National’s Park opened a few blocks away in 2008. His list of woes: lack of parking on game days, disappe...

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Approximately 400 residents convened at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in January to participate in a town hall meeting designed to ...
“Today, we inherit past successes and failures and overdue promises. But most of all, we inherit the great expectations of a deserving people.” ...
Spacious avenues, that begin in nothing, and lead nowhere; streets, mile-long, that only want houses, roads, and inhabitants; public buildings that ...
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