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A guide to the best bagels in Tenleytown

Wilson students have nearly unending options when it comes to breakfast, lunch, or after-school snacks. But it can be hard to know where to go if you are looking for something in particular, especially bagels. To help you out, I went to Whole Foods, Starbucks, Panera, and Dunkin’ Donuts to try their “everything” bagels. Here’s

Tenleytown eats: best bang for your buck

In the past couple of years, many restaurants have opened up in Tenleytown. With so many to choose from, it can be hard to decide where to go. To help you out, I have found three restaurants that are the best bang for your buck. Seoul Spice Korean food Price Range: $3.50 – $9 (approx.)

Halloween ’16: Tenleytown Haunts

Being a historical place and the home of many important public figures, DC is a natural hotspot for ghosts. The Capitol is supposedly haunted by many deceased government officials, as is the White House– President Harry Truman once swore he saw an apparition of Abraham Lincoln. These buildings are world famous and have hosted countless historical

Pokémon Go is a runaway hit

When Niantic Labs released Pokémon Go, the company was a small mobile games developer, and by no means a household name. Now their game, a groundbreaking update to the classic Pokémon games, has risen to the top of the app store charts and caught millions of daily users worldwide. Players have integrated the game into

Tenleytown community gathers to discuss safety

A community meeting was held on Saturday, April 30 at the American University Law Center for residents of Ward 3 in light of recent crime in the area, some of which affected the Wilson community. The meeting was led by Mayor Muriel Bowser, Councilwoman Mary Cheh, DC Police, Metro Transit Police, and Wilson administrator Alex

New restaurants come to Tenleytown

Tenleytown is home not only to Wilson High School and many of its students, but also to a large variety of enterprises. With the exception of several mattress stores, a CVS, Tenley Liquor, and Middle C Music, the majority of businesses on the Tenley stretch of Wisconsin avenue are restaurants. In recent months it has

School cancelled after a blown fuse leaves Wilson and surrounding buildings without power

A power outage in the Tenleytown area was caused by a blown fuse at around 7:20 a.m. this morning. Wilson and a few surrounding buildings, including Deal Middle School, were affected. At around 9:30 a.m. administrators dismissed students for the day despite ongoing efforts to fix the electrical problem. According to Matt Anderson, a worker

Tenley WinterFest brings restaurant deals, yetis, and joy to Tenleytown

The winter holidays are all about spreading cheer, whether it be amongst friends, family, or neighbors. The Tenleytown community will get its cup of cheer through the fourth annual Tenley WinterFest, which commenced on November 27. WinterFest is a weeklong celebration of the season for the whole neighborhood, which includes participation from local stores, schools,