Posts Tagged ‘Richard Sarles’

Curbing Sexual Harassment On Metro Requires An Attitude Adjustment

Toward the end of her testimony before Councilmember Muriel Bowser yesterday, Holly Kearl made a point to note that "sexual harassment is not mutual flirting or compliments."
Kearl, the author of Stop Street Harassment: Making Public Places Safe and Welcoming for Women, is an expert who's surveyed more than 800 women in 22 countries on the kind [...]

Metro Bad News Roundup: Wheelchair Riding, Marshmallow Peeps Edition

The Metro system, once a reliable point of pride for D.C.'s boosters, has had a rough few years: Safety problems, escalator outages, and rising prices have made the subway a regular subject of local griping. At times, it can be hard to keep up with the torrent of unflattering Metro-related scoops. As a public service, [...]

Last Train Home?

When it comes to late-night weekend ridership, Metro's most popular stops are not surprising: Dupont Circle, U Street, and Gallery Place. (If that raw data's hard to grasp, Greater Greater Washington made this very handy graph.) While that's probably not all late-night revelers, all those stops are inside the District—so some District officials don't want [...]

Metro Bad News Roundup: Stabbed Legs, Protesting Employees Edition

The Metro system, once a reliable point of pride for D.C.'s boosters, has had a rough few years: Safety problems, escalator outages, and rising prices have made the subway a regular subject of local griping. At times, it can be hard to keep up with the torrent of unflattering Metro-related scoops. As a public service,Washington [...]

The Needle: The Day After Edition

What Snow?: Reports filtered in this morning of commuters taking as long as 13 hours to get home from work yesterday, thanks to the snow that smacked the region just as evening rush hour got going. Which, adding insult to injury, probably meant those commuters were already late for work today by the time they [...]

Back To The Early ’90s: Loose Lips Daily

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: "Travis Childers For D.C. Council? Stick To Mississippi, Activists Say," "D.C.'s Guardian Angels Are Broke," "Jaffe Tried To Kill Police Complaints Office With Errors," "Defense: Here's How [...]

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