The dining staples you'd expect to find on the street or in diners are becoming more and more upscale in the District of Columbia. What does that signal about the city to its longtime residents?
During the first World War, the United States government used grounds at American University for munitions testing. It was a forgotten chapter in District history, until local workers accidentally uncovered a live artillery shell decades later. We get an update on the excavation in the D.C. neighborhood of Spring Valley.
- Mary Cheh D.C. City Council Member (D-Ward 3); Chairman of the Committee on Public Services and Consumer Affairs
- Ed Hughes Program Manager for Spring Valley Clean Up, Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore District
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