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With the Millennial boom in many urban centers, many cities are looking for ways to retain young families rather than losing them to the traditional suburban exodus. One columnist dares to ask: Do cities even need kids?
Aug 20, 2014   The Washington Post
Designers in Washington, DC are considering expanding the National Mall to make room for more monuments and museums.
Dec 10, 2005   The Washington Post
Reknowned urban designer Charles Atherton was hit while crossing a busy D.C. street, and was issued a $5 jaywalking ticket before being rushed to the hospital with critical injuries.
Dec 6, 2005   The Washington Post
Washington Post readers write in to share "and true methods for dealing with the headaches of their daily commutes."
Dec 5, 2005   The Washington Post
Streams are the backbone of all drinking water, so why has so little attention been paid to their disappearance?
Nov 30, 2005   The Washington Post
Grandparents and grandchildren live in Bronx housing built especially for them.
Nov 30, 2005   The Washington Post
Just yesterday we were paying $3.50 a gallon at the pump and were ready to pay $4 or $5 if necessary. No blessing has ever come more disguised.
Nov 25, 2005   The Washington Post
While no one can agree on an exact price for rebuilding the infrastructure of the city, most experts say the bill will top $100 billion.
Nov 23, 2005   The Washington Post
The building of McMansions might be leveling off nationally, but in the D.C. area, bigger is definitely still better.
Nov 22, 2005   The Washington Post
Companies are touting a variety of safety features to lure contracts and offices into the area.
Nov 21, 2005   The Washington Post
A deal for a new stadium for the Washington Nationals seems to hinge on who will subsidize the parking, and how fancy the parking spaces will be.
Nov 17, 2005   The Washington Post