Cheaper rent East of the River has drawn arts organizations and artists to places like historic Anacostia. We explore the arts scene and what increasing development will mean.
Major League Baseball is a sport and a billion-dollar industry. With excitement high last night, the Washington Nationals’ first game at its new stadium kicked off the MLB season nationwide. We look at the excitement — and how the Nats’ new home may affect the idea of “community” both immediately around the arena and further afield.
- Tim Lemke Sports Business Reporter, The Washington Times
- Dave Zirin Columnist, SLAM Magazine; Contributor, Nation Magazine; Online Columnist, Sports Illustrated (si.com); author, "Welcome to the Terrordome: The Pain, Politics, and Promise of Sports" (Haymarket Books)
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