Washington’s most powerful; secondhand smoke debate | #DMVReads


Mar 22, 2010 - WASHINGTON, DC, USA. Tom Park and Laurie Park at their condo at The Velocity in Capitol Riverfront. The Capital Riverfront Business Improvement District released its annual report yesterday. (Jay Premack/2010 WASHINGTON POST FILE PHOTO)

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The Capital Riverfront Business Improvement District released its annual report yesterday, including plans for a new 3-acre park and more office space for the area between Navy Yard and South Capitol Street. (The Hill is Home)

Claiming it’s making their living situation unbearable, some local condo residents are taking their neighbors to court over secondhand smoke.

A newly released graphicby the Immigration Policy Center gives a fascinating visual representation of the District’s immigrant population. (DCentric)

Political movers and shakers dominate GQ’s list of the “50 most powerful people in Washington,” though journalists, a chef and a local athlete also make the cut. (GQ)

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