Archive for June, 2013

DCist: About Tonight June 26

http://dcist.com/2013/06/about_tonight_june_26_2013.php

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BYT: Hit List: Things to do Tonight in DC

http://brightestyoungthings.com/articles/the-hit-list-things-to-do-tonight-259.htm

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Elevation DC: NoMa History Project to preserve 150 years of memories, lore and facts

http://elevationdcmedia.com/features/NoMaHistoryProject_062513.aspx

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BYT: Free & Almost Free Things to do in DC This Week

http://brightestyoungthings.com/articles/free-almost-free-things-to-do-this-week-in-dc-14.htm

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BYT: Free and almost free things to do this week in DC

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NoMa BID Video Tells an Immigrant Story

Washington, D.C., June 14, 2013 – The NoMa Business Improvement District presents a new video telling the story of Ibrahim Turayson, the first NoMa Hospitality Ambassador hired in 2007. The video was directed and produced by two NoMa staffers, Hospitality Ambassador Sam Rosales and Marketing & Events Associate Ali Newman.  The five-minute video describes Ibrahim’s […]

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Globe St: Skanska Eyes Projects in NoMa, Capitol Riverfront

http://www.globest.com/news/12_625/washington/development/Skanska-Eyes-Projects-in-NoMa-Capitol-Riverfront-334444.html?ET=globest:e38966:16250a:&st=email&s=&cmp=gst:Washington_DC_AM_20130612:editorial

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Italian Job Tonight at NoMa Summer Screen, NPR Move In, Night at the Museum

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DCist: About Tonight June 12

http://dcist.com/2013/06/about_tonight_june_12_2013.php

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NoMa History Project Partners Seek Historian

Washington, D.C., June 11, 2013 – The NoMa Business Improvement District has issued a Request for Proposals seeking a historian for the NoMa History Project. In April, neighborhood stakeholders announced the NoMa History Project, a collaborative effort to research, catalogue and tell the stories of this quickly growing neighborhood. Representatives from Gallaudet University, the Government […]

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