Business Brief: Open Streets Application Deadline is Oct. 7

October 4, 2022
In today’s Business Brief: Open Streets Wisconsin Ave – Apply by Oct. 7 to showcase your business; Last call: Art All Night Business Impact Survey; Tell your customers to vote your business the “Best of DC”; Grant deadlines ahead – Apply now for up to $10,000; Webinars & workshops: Business growth strategiesContinue Reading

Around the ‘Town – October 2022

October 3, 2022
October starts a fall season full of arts, cultural, and other community events from musical theater to a major Wisconsin Avenue block party. Plus new dining options are on their way to Tenleytown, along with a bevy of special offers from existing businesses. Keep reading to find out what’s happening this month Around the ‘Town.Continue Reading

Open Streets DC comes to Tenleytown Nov. 5

September 29, 2022
  As part of Mayor Bowser’s Vision Zero safety initiative, the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will host Open Streets on Wisconsin Avenue on Saturday, November 5, 9 am to 1 pm. Open Streets is a global initiative that enables communities to experience their city streets in a new way. Roadways are temporarily closed to reimagine public space, prioritize people over cars,…Continue Reading

Business Brief: Art All Night Business Impact Survey

September 28, 2022
In today’s Business Brief: Art All Night Business Impact Survey; Get ready! Open Streets is coming to Wisconsin Ave.; Brandywine parklet construction finally set to begin; Vote for Tenleytown businesses as “Best of DC”; Webinars & workshops: Year end tax planningContinue Reading

Call for Artists: Tenleytown Metro Station Public Art Project

September 26, 2022
Tenleytown Main Street (TMS), in partnership with WMATA’s Art in Transit program, plans to install a temporary public art project at the Tenleytown-AU Metro station that will be on display from November 2022 through August 2023. Artwork will be printed on Coroplast panels that will be affixed to the wooden construction barricades surrounding the east Tenleytown-AU Metro Station during the ongoing escalator…Continue Reading