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Sept Issue of The InTowner Online

by Borderstan.com — September 15, 2008 at 10:48 am 0

The September issue of The InTowner newspaper is now available online. From the Dupont Forum:

Included are the lead stories, community news items and crime reports, editorials (including prior months’ archived), restaurant reviews (prior months’ also archived), and the text from the ever-popular “Scenes from the Past” feature (the accompanying images can be seen in the archived PDF version).

The complete issue (along with prior issues back to January 2002) also is available in PDF file format directly from our home page at no charge simply by clicking the link in the Current & Back Issues Archive. Here you will be able to view the entire issue as it appears in print, including all photos and advertisements.

The next issue will publish on October 10th (the 2nd Friday of the month, as always). The complete PDF version will be posted by the preceding night or early that Friday morning at the latest, following which the text of the lead stories, community news, and selected features will be uploaded shortly thereafter.

To read this month’s lead stories, simply click the link on the home page to the following headlines: (1) “Shaw and Mt. Vernon Neighborhoods Finally to See Actual Ground-breaking for Long-Awaited, New Watha T. Daniel Branch Library Building”; (2) “Two of Kalorama Park’s Oldest Oak Trees Cut Down by DC–Neighbors Agitated”; (3) “Adams Morgan Day Festival Set for Sunday, Sept. 14.”

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