Thursday May 9
Old Meets New: The Debate Over Photovoltaics in Historic Districts
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The Washington Post
Flower thieves roil Washington's neighborhoods
Every spring, as the azaleas pop in princess colors and lilacs droop with Renoir elegance, the flower thieves begin their spree.
Flower Thief Returns to Foil the New York Times
The return of spring also means the return of Washington's most refined criminal mastermind: the Upper Northwest flower thief .
Cleveland Park flower thief sought
The flowers that bloom in spring make Cleveland Park one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Washington, but someone is stealing their beauty.
The style tour
Spring is in the air and it's the House & Garden Tour season. From Capitol Hill to Brookland, Georgetown to designer showcases, houses and gardens are being primped and proudly displayed - it's all about style.
New Chef Debuts at Ripple
Since taking the kitchen reins at Ripple, Chef Marjorie Meek-Bradley is making waves with her imaginative and purposeful menus, changing day to day to feature locally sourced items to convey her own vision at the Cleveland Park restaurant.