Evans: No need for $20M for D.C. – The Wash. TimesJack Evans (D-Ward 2) says that the District “does not need it and at this stage should drop it.” The “it” is the request for $20 million from MLB for the ballpark. Jim Graham (D, Ward 1) disagrees. More of the same from the D.C.
Monthly Archives: November 2005
Being a Nationals fan can be tough at times. We were largely deprived of watching our local nine on television and when we could, we had to listen to Ron Darling. We also heard nothing about the Nats on the so-called “sports radio” station and the official Nats station had a terrible signal. Throw in
D.C.’s Stadium Lease Talks Stumble – The PostYesterday’s committee hearing did not go terribly well for fans of a Anacostia waterfront ballpark. MLB has not agreed to pay $20 million towards the ballpark, though a couple of news reports indicated that they had. MLB President Robert DuPuy is threatening to take D.C. to arbitration over
Like other major transit systems, WMATA sells a line of merchandise. The online store includes, maps, mugs, trinkets, and the “Metro at 25″ coffee table book, among other things. Also available are black t-shirts from a few stations; Archives – Navy Memorial, College Park – U of MD, Metro Center, Pentagon, Shaw – Howard U,