Posts Tagged ‘Gasoline’

District Line Daily: Go-Go No-Go for Chuck Brown Park

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Plans for a memorial park for go-go musician Chuck Brown are in trouble after neighborhood opposition.
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Watergate Exxon Prices No Longer at Iconic Levels

When the famously expensive Watergate Exxon gas station closed for renovations and an operator switch last year, the fate of the station's prices was unclear. Always hovering high above prices elsewhere in the city—and even in the neighborhood—the Exxon's prices were a favorite of TV news crews looking to illustrate a story about rising gasoline [...]

Biofuels Not Likely to Save Us + Planet, Study Suggests

A new study casts yet more doubt on the notion that biofuels are going to save the planet from global warming and us from paying high gas prices. The report just published by the Government Accountability Office, found much ballyhooed “next-generation” biofuels are likely to have the same kinds of pitfalls plaguing the last.
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