The Highway Blog

601, 2020

We Attend, So You Don’t Have To!

With apologies to our local newspaper, which used to publish a regular column summarizing a certain television show, so you didn’t have to watch it yourself.  This is the time of year when many organizations [...]

312, 2019

Opportunity Richmond Highway!

By: SFDC Executive Director, Edythe Kelleher Good news from economist Jeannette Chapman (Stephen S. Fuller Institute, George Mason University) and researcher Dan Fulton (Fulton Research): They do NOT anticipate an economic downturn anytime soon. Their expectation [...]

3010, 2019

The Highway of Cool

By: Tom Shaw This story was first published on August 15, 2008, Washington Business Journal “On Site Magazine.” With this history being considered for BRT branding, we thought it appropriate to repost this article. Steeped [...]

1610, 2019

The Unstoppable March of Change

By: Edythe Kelleher The Jewish High Holidays are upon us, making me think of what next year will hold. One prayer points out how much easier it would be to repeat the previous year. Even [...]

410, 2019

2019 Mary Thonen Beautification Awards

The Mary Thonen Richmond Highway Beautification Awards recognize the local property owners and businesses that go above and beyond to make their properties–and, by extension, Richmond Highway–look beautiful. These folks spruce up their storefronts, take [...]

3009, 2019

Mobile Homes: A Different Kind of Housing?

By: Edythe Kelleher Rents for mobile home pad sites are affected by different things than are other types of housing. This came to my mind during last week’s Community Conversation: Part 2, when I was speaking [...]