Neighborhood

Adams Morgan IS…

by Bonburke on May 22, 2011

Historically, Adams Morgan was comprised of parts of four neighborhoods: Kalorama, Lanier Heights, Shaw and Meridian Hill. In the mid 1950′s, the Adams Morgan Better Neighborhood Conference formed with the goal of quickly and peacefully desegregating two elementary schools, the all white John Quincy Adams School and the all black Thomas P. Morgan School. They [...]

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Road Construction Project Upsets Local Business

by Bonburke on October 7, 2010

Updated June 1st, 2011: For the latest information about Adams Morgan Road Construction, visit the official site at http://www.adamsmorganstreetscapeproject.com The site is a little out of date, but here is their summary of work from May 2nd to May 17th: General Summary: Work in the intersection at 18th St NW and Florida Ave is very [...]

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Adams Morgan Heritage Trail

by admin on July 31, 2009

Adams Morgan Heritage Trail; a self guided bilingual tour that explains the neighborhood’s rich history. The city, previously known as Adams Mill was renamed in the early 1900′s after DC’s first two segregated schools. Once an elite area full of famous politicians and socialites, the name Adams Mill came from John Quincy Adams whose estate [...]

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Brew At The Zoo

by admin on July 31, 2009

Brew at the Zoo – August 20th from 6 -9 pm The National Zoo – 3001 Connecticut Avenue NW. . You’ve never seen an event quite like this. Bring all your friends for a night of food and brew with all the animals at the National Zoo. Hang onto your ticket, it’s your access pass [...]

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