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Sept. 3, 1872
Alexander “Boss” Shepherd demolishes Northern Liberties Market, paving way for infrastructure improvements.
Nov. 30, 1942
Developer Douglas Jemal born.
Chuck Brown’s first Wolf Trap show (with Eva Cassidy).
pile of dirt used to camouflage drug transactions in Shaw cleared for youth-baseball field.
D.C. Police Chief Charles Ramsey orders 183 mountain bikes for patrol officers.
D.C. Council becomes majority-white.
Ben’s Chili Bowl adds vegetarian chili to menu.
Results Gym gets Hummer.
Bistrot du Coin replaces Food for Thought.
Mayor Anthony A. Williams attends groundbreaking for renovation of Clifton Terrace. Says: “I should really just keep a shovel in my truck, because these groundbreakings are becoming a way of life.”
D.C. General Hospital shuts down inpatient services.
Union Temple Baptist Church acquires digital sign.
D.C. Congressional Delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton proposes tax credit for first-time Jamba Juice buyers.