Monthly Archives: December 2010

Racial, Economic Makeup of Your Neighborhood

This webpage from the New York Times offers interesting information about our corner (or really, any corner) of America. Take race as an example and using Census Tract 1027 (south of Columbia Pike and west of Four Mile Run), that … Continue reading

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Dudefest at Cinema Drafthouse on Jan 13

The Spotter likes all things Lebowski. This event should be fun. “Dude Fest” – The Big Lebowski Movie & Music Night – Thursday, Jan 13th – 7:30PM (Doors Open 7:00PM) Prior to the feature presentation of the Big Lebowski, enjoy … Continue reading

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Few More Details on 16F to DC

From Metro: Effective Dec. 19, Route 16F will be extended to Federal Triangle via the 13A1B 14th Street Bridge routing. AM service to Federal Triangle will operate via the current route between Culmore and the Pentagon Transit Center bus bay … Continue reading

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Metro’s New Schedules to Benefit the Pike

Great news for Columbia Pike area residents who work in DC and commute via Metrobus: “Virginia customers will have two additional routes offering one-seat service into the District of Columbia. The new 7Y (an extension of the current 7E route) … Continue reading

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