In response to last week’s post about newspaper boxes, I found a partial answer. I took these photos of boxes at 18th and H NW. Looks like these boxes are regulated by the Golden Triangle Business Improvement District. Even assuming that all BIDs regulated boxes, that would still leave a lot of boxes that sit outside of BIDs unregulated. From the sign, it looks like the BID asks publishers to sign on to a voluntary agreement regarding maintenance of the boxes. I’m not knowledgeable about first amendment issues, but I believe that since BIDs aren’t government entities (or probably even quasi-governmental), they wouldn’t be subject to first amendment restrictions. And even if they were, the agreement being voluntary might get around that.”
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Easter Sunrise at the Lincoln Memorial
A Washington tradition since 1979! Don’t miss this bucket list moment.
Thousands come every year to watch the sun rise over the National Mall during this special Easter celebration of the resurrection of Jesus.
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Encore Chorale of DC – Free Spring Concert
The Encore Chorale of DC is pleased to welcome audiences to their free spring concert on April 21 at 7 PM. The local group will usher in the spring with an uplifting mix of songs to light up the warm