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Here's our roundup of this week's must-read posts! GGWash's holiday gift guide. Why DC floods. What a free-standing Pizza Hut building uncovers about deleted suburban DC history.
The 2022 GGWash Gift Guide
by Caitlin Rogger (Deputy Executive Director) • December 14, 2022
The holiday spirit gets a little brighter when you have more neighbors and timely bus service. Some of these aren’t real, but they could be.
Why DC floods. Yes, it’s climate change.
by Juliana Schmidt (Engagement Intern) • December 13, 2022
The Washington region, like many parts of the world, is more vulnerable to flooding. Here’s how and why flooding happens in the region.
A one-building quest to undelete suburban DC history
by Addison Del Mastro (The Deleted Scenes) • December 15, 2022
This Prince George’s County Pizza Hut sparks a quest and conversation about the erasure of suburban places.
Richmond plans first extension of its Pulse bus rapid transit
by Wyatt Gordon (Contributor) • December 12, 2022
Plans are underway to extend the Greater Richmond Transit Company’s Pulse bus rapid transit route, and PlanRVA is seeking the public’s input to figure out just how far west the BRT should go.
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