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The co-op held a ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring Congressman Chaka Fattah and Council Member Cindy Bass
Businesses along Germantown Avenue now host their biggest nights on the last Friday of the month instead of the first.
Donna Reed Miller worked with neighbors to deal with the Corner Deli and worked on other matters as well.
The paintings were discussed during a meeting Monday in Germantown.
Boothies, music, a pet parade and more.
Business, Arts, The Neighborhood Files
Germantown Avenue hosts the third event in a series of six, which hope to promote fresh foods and small businesses.
Big Blue Marble Bookstore will host a reading by a former Peace Corps volunteer who spent his summer in the West Bank.
One Salon & Boutique will sell jewelry and décor from Jean-Jacques Gallery, which will close this month.
Grocery stores experienced a few rushes of customer traffic but were prepared.
Claudette Carrion-Wardlaw of the Brown Spot Nail Studio hopes to provide beauty without the nastier chemical products.
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