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July 20, 2009

Dear Coalition Friends:

The Northwest Current reports below on what transpired at the National Capital Planning Commission's (NCPC) public meeting July 9th during which the Commission reviewed -- and then approved -- the National Park Service's Mall signage proposal.

You will recall that in our July 8, 2009 UPDATE announcing the NCPC hearing we wrote about the Park Service's plan for Mall signage that would exclude references to any basic transit and provide visitors information only about the Park Service's own concession, Tourmobile Sightseeing.  

A pdf of the July 15, 2009 issue of the Northwest Current can be downloaded here.

THE NORTHWEST CURRENT

Park Service can’t advertise DC Circulator

By ELIZABETH WIENER
Current Staff Writer
Wednesday, July 15, 2009

It costs $1 to hop on a DC Circulator bus that runs along the National Mall from the U.S. Capitol west to 17th Street on weekends. It costs $27 to take a commercial Tourmobile, albeit with a guide and jump-on, jump-off service that includes the Lincoln and Jefferson memorials.

But the National Park Service says it can’t tell the hundreds of thousands of visitors to the Mall about the cheaper option. Because of its exclusive contract with Tourmobile, the Park Service’s comprehensive new signage program for the Mall and beyond won’t mention the Circulator at all.

“It’s an awkward situation,” said Steve Lorenzetti, deputy superintendent for the National Mall and Memorial Parks. “We have a concessionaire who by law has full rights within the park. It’s not allowed for anyone else but Metro [at its Smithsonian station] to collect fares.

“It’s not our intent to have an insular park in the center of the city,” Lorenzetti told the National Capital Planning Commission last week. “But currently, Tourmobile views the Circulator as competition.”

“The NPS currently does not provide detailed public transit information for bus routes on its maps,” officials said in a written statement to the planning commission.

The bus issue flared when the commission reviewed the signage program last Thursday. Several members were clearly frustrated that a low-cost public transit system, inspired by the commission and sponsored by Metro and the city Department of Transportation, won’t be advertised at the city’s biggest tourist attraction.

“The Circulator is part of the city,” said commissioner Herbert Ames. “If we don’t include it on signs, you’re leaving out the most important thing — public transit to and from the Mall.

He added: “Not everybody can pay $27 to ride Tourmobile.”

“It seems somewhat bizarre,” said Harriet Tregoning, the District’s planning director, who also sits on the federal planning panel. “A Park Service rule prohibits inexpensive public transit from [having signage on] the Mall?”

The commission voted 6-3 to give final approval for the signage program, which includes four-sided pylons and map kiosks showing attractions and facilities on the Mall and in East Potomac Park, as well as major destinations north and south of the Mall.

But chair John Cogbill also delivered a stern warning to the Park Service to provide better transit information. “I have limited patience right now with not providing what we ultimately need,” Cogbill said.

“Don’t put Tourmobile on the signs, either,” suggested Mike McGill, who represents the General Services Administration on the panel. “It’s free advertising.”

“They’re our concessionaire,” Lorenzetti replied. “They are us.”

A spokesperson for Tourmobile, which has offices next to the Park Service’s regional headquarters on Hains Point, did not return a call for comment.

Tourmobile, according to the company’s Web site, first won its contract to provide “low cost interpretive shuttle service” on the Mall in 1969. The contract has been renewed several times over the years, as the company built up its fleet, extended routes and, inevitably, raised prices.

Tourmobile’s “American Heritage Tour,” which includes Union Station, the White House, the Mall and Arlington Cemetery, costs $27 for an adult and $13 for ages 10 and younger.

But some tourists use only part of the route, apparently assuming it is the only option.

Cogbill told of bringing his elderly father to the dedication of the World War II Memorial. “Walking up and down the whole Mall was quite difficult,” he said. “Or you could pay $27 to go on a tour you don’t want to go on.”

Lorenzetti said Tourmobile’s current contract expires in December, but will “very likely be extended for another year. They’re doing us a favor by extending,” he said.

He said the concession provides revenue for the Park Service, and that the government would have to pay the company a monetary settlement if it broke the contract.

Meanwhile, the local Circulator system revved up in mid-2005. Commission staffer Nancy Witherell described it as “premium-quality transit,” with its frequent and regular service, recognizable red buses, simplified routes and low $1 fare.

“The National Park Service is proposing a sign program for the Mall and beyond,” Witherell said in a report to the commission. “In that spirit, inclusion of the Circulator is appropriate.”

The Circulator routes include a loop between the Capitol Visitor Center and World War II Memorial, using Constitution and Independence avenues. That route runs only on weekends, but officials say service could easily be added on weekdays. Another daily Circulator route crosses the Mall at 7th Street.

Tregoning noted that the service meets modern transportation goals, “reducing traffic congestion, providing cheap and convenient access. If you did let this contract [with Tourmobile] lapse, we would work with you on routes for the Circulator,” she told Lorenzetti.

“We have no plans to let the contract lapse,” the Park Service official replied.

Lorenzetti said the Park Service ultimately envisions a different transportation system for the Mall. But a master plan to guide it has been much delayed and is still undergoing environmental review, he said.

He said the Park Service is open to “working the Circulator into our system. It’s a discussion we had years ago, and we look forward to having it again,” Lorenzetti said.

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• Mar. 4: The National Mall belongs to Americans, not the National Park Service
• Feb. 28: Tightening rules on the Mall leave fests in peril
• Jan. 22: Public use of the Mall letter in The Washington Post

2013
• Dec. 10: DONATE: Please help us continue our success
• Nov. 25: National Mall Underground Exhibit and Media
• Mar. 13: March 21st Flood Control/Parking Conversation
• Feb. 26: March 6th Flood Control/Parking Conversation
• Jan. 18: Free Mall Maps for Inauguration

2012
• Dec. 13: Update and year-end appeal
• Sept. 12: National Mall Maps at AIA/DC - Final Exhibition Tour Tonight 6 p.m.
• Aug. 31: Free Tours Sept. 5th and 12th of "The 3rd Century Mall" Exhibition at AIA/DC
• Aug. 30: AIA/DC Panel Discussion Sept 10th on "National Ideas Competition for the Washington Monument Grounds: Process, Results & Debate"
• Aug. 10: Exhibits Envision the "3rd Century Mall" and Washington Monument Grounds
• May 17: People's Choice Winners Announced for National Ideas Competition for the Washington Monument Grounds
• May 10: Visionary Ideas for the National Mall Exhibition
• May 7: Please join us for May 9th CCI Webinar "Showcasing American Ingenuity and Innovation on Our National Mall"
• Apr. 9: Finalists emerge to redesign National Mall sites
• Mar. 15: Land near Washington Monument may be sinking more than expected, survey finds
• Mar. 12: People's Choice Winners for Washington Monument Grounds Competition to be announced May 17

2011
• Dec. 28: Getting around the Mall after Tourmobile - Happy New Year!
• Nov. 29: The Washington Monument reimagined
• July 22: Six Winning Ideas Chosen for Washington Monument Competition
• Apr. 21: National Latino Museum plan faces fight
• Mar. 10: March 19 & 20 - Washington's Public Spaces symposium
• Feb. 7: Jury chooses 24 bold ideas for Washington Monument Competition

2010
• Dec. 6: Washington Monument security alternatives / Unified Mall management
• Dec. 3: NCPC & public comment on National Mall Plan
• Dec. 2: Coalition testifies on National Mall Plan
• Dec. 1: National Mall talk by Kirk Savage tonight
• Nov. 30: Registration closes tonight Midnight for WAMO Ideas Competition
• Nov. 22: More about the Mall flood control plan
• Nov. 19: A 20th-century idea ideal for today's Mall
• Nov. 17: Washington Monument levee / New juror for WAMO Competition
• Nov. 16: Shut out on Mall security
• Nov. 10: A public failure of monumental scale
• Nov. 9: WAMO Competition November 30th deadline
• Nov. 8: Iconic obelisk presents a monumental security issue
• Nov. 3: November 8th public scoping for Washington Monument security
• Oct. 29: Nov. 6th National Mall & the Design of DC
• Oct. 27: Coalition celebrates 10 years of service and advocacy
• Oct. 21: NPS Proposes Visitor Screening at Washington Monument
• Oct. 20: WAMO Competition Extends Registration to November 30th
• Oct. 7: NCPC hearing on Jefferson Security / Museum modifications
• Oct. 5: Distinguished jury announced for Washington Monument Grounds Ideas Competition
• Sept. 24: More on Washington Monument Ideas Competition
• Sept. 22: Smithsonian: Kirk Savage on National Mall
• Sept. 17: WiFi on National Mall
• Sept. 15: African American Museum concept reviewed
• Sept. 3: Burnham Documentary airs Sept. 6th on PBS
• Sept. 2: Washington Monument competition opens registration
• Aug. 31: Hearing on African American Museum on National Mall
• Aug. 26: Washington Business Journal: The museum of African-American history
• Aug. 24: Save Our Mall comments on East Potomac Park facility
• Aug. 23: Post's Kennicott on Supreme Court building security
• Aug. 10: National Park Service temporary office trailer
• Aug. 5: NPS Announces Completion of its "National Mall Plan"
• July 29: Post: Kennicott essay Latino Museum
• July 22: Blogs on National Ideas Competition
• July 20: Blogs on Latino Museum site selection
• July 19: Post: Kennicott on the Latino Museum
• July 16: Latino Museum site selection
• July 12: Post: Topic A letter
• July 6: Post: Topic A w/ Feldman
• July 2: Smithsonian Folklife Festival
• June 29: Latino American museum
• June 24: Smithsonian Mag: Kirk Savage
• June 21: Post and GGW: Mall traffic
• June 17: America's Great Outdoors initiative
• June 9: WAMO Competition
• June 4: Make No Little Plans screening on Mall
• May 27: Eisenhower Memorial design
• May 18: Artdaily.org: Kirk Savage wins award
• May 14: WalkingTown DC tour cancelled
• May 6: Post: Supreme Court doors closed
• Apr. 21: Post: Agriculture Department
• Apr. 20: GGW: "Monumentalism"
• Apr. 16: Eisenhower memorial: Post and notices
• Apr. 12: Post: McMillan Plan
• Apr. 7: Post: Feldman in Local Opinions
• Apr. 6: Examiner: Reflecting Pool
• Apr. 1: Post: John Kelly's Washington
• Mar. 29: Reflecting Pool and Hirshhorn Museum
• Mar. 18: Greater Greater Washington (GGW) on Mall
• Mar. 16: Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool meeting
• Mar. 12: American Latino Museum
• Mar. 2: NCPC reviews NPS Mall Plan
• Feb. 25: NCPC Event: Monument Wars
• Feb. 22: Post: NPS National Mall Plan meeting
• Feb. 17: NPS National Mall Plan meeting
• Feb. 1: NCPC 10th Street Corridor meeting
• Jan. 29: NPS Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
• Jan. 26: Greater Greater Washington chat Kirk Savage
• Jan. 25: Reflecting Pool rehabilitation help
• Jan. 13: Northwest Current: NPS Mall Plan

2009
• Dec. 30: Examiner: NPS Mall Plan
• Dec. 29: Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
• Dec. 28: NPS Draft National Mall Plan
• Dec. 16: Achievements 2009, Please Donate
• Dec. 7: Smithsonian: Museum African American History
• Dec. 3: National Capital Memorial Advisory meeting
• Dec. 2: Hearings, Mall and Memorials
• Nov. 24: NPS Jefferson Memorial
• Nov. 9: Post: Savage book review
• Oct. 28: Post: NCPS and MLK Memorial
• Oct. 22: 2009 Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool
• Sept. 17: 2009 Mall tours
• Sept. 15: 2009 Inter-School Design Competition
• Sept. 11: 2009 Inter-School Design Competition
• Sept. 10: Cultural Tourism DC's WalkingTown DC
• Sept. 9: WBJ: Forgey's Mall perspective
• Sept. 1: NCPC Lincoln Memorial
• Aug. 14: Northwest Current: Feldman letter
• Aug. 12: Post: Letter, Mall waste
• Aug. 11: CQ Weekly: Mall for the Masses
• Aug. 10: Northwest Current: Editorial, Mall signs
• July 20: Northwest Current: NCPC meeting
• July 13: DC Council & Committee of 100
• July 8: NCPC and NPS' Mall Plan meetings
• July 7: CBS News: Mall, Examiner: WWI Memorial
• June 15: Post: Kirk Savage, memorialize
• June 2: NCPC meeting
• June 1: NPS' Mall Plan
• May 29: Mall walking tours
• May 21: FREE Mall map and historical guide
• May 20: Post: Jefferson Memorial fixes
• May 14: FREE Mall tours
• May 6: NCPC Mall projects review
• Apr. 23: Post: Mall repair work funded
• Apr. 13: Atherton Memorial lecture
• Apr. 3: News coverage: Museums/Memorials
• Mar. 30: Post: African American Museum
• Mar. 28: Cherry Blossom Festival
• Mar. 17: Post: Mall signage program
• Mar. 13: Examiner: Mall repairs
• Mar. 11: NPS latest concept for Mall
• Mar. 9: NPR's Morning Edition
• Mar. 6: Post & Examiner: NPS' Mall Plan
• Mar. 4: NPS Mall meetings
• Feb. 24: LAT: Knight and Mall
• Feb. 23: Post: Editorial
• Feb. 18: NPS Mall Meeting
• Feb. 16: Presidents' Day roundup
• Feb. 11: Lincoln's 200th birthday
• Feb. 9: Post: Where's the Mall?
• Feb. 4: Post: Af-Am. History Museum design
• Feb. 2: Post: Editorial/Letter
• Jan. 29: Post: Mall in the stimulus bill
• Jan. 27: Significance of Mall
• Jan. 26: NPCA public forum
• Jan. 26: TWT: Mall repairs
• Jan. 22: Post: Editorial
• Jan. 21: Post: Feldman and Parsons' letters
• Jan. 19: LAT: Third Century Initiative
• Jan. 16: NYT: Ouroussoff reflects
• Jan. 16: Free, pocket-size monument guide
• Jan. 13: Free, pocket-size Mall guide
• Jan. 9: LAT: Inauguration and Mall

2008
• Dec. 23: End-of-year donations
• Dec. 18: Post: Inauguration and Mall
• Dec. 8: Post: Lewis' Mall column
• Dec. 2: Post, NYT & WSJ: Visitors Centers
• Dec. 1: NBM panel & Post: Visitors Centers
• Nov. 24: National Building Museum panel
• Nov. 21: Post & NYT: National Museum of American History
• Nov. 19: NYT: Smithsonian Board of Regents
• Nov. 17: Post: Smithsonian Board of Regents
• Nov. 6: Post: Mall and Obama
• Nov. 4: Eisenhower Memorial & NCPC
• Oct. 22: Help meet the grant
• Oct. 20: Rethinking Washington's Monumental Core
• Oct. 15: NCMAC meeting
• Oct. 9: National Mall quiz
• Oct. 7: Mall memorial projects & NCMAC
• Oct. 3: Rethinking Washington's Monumental Core
• Sept. 19: Walking tour: What the Memorials Don't Tell You
• Sept. 8: WalkingTown DC tours
• Aug. 28: NCPC' MLK Memorial review
• Aug. 14: Examiner & Wash Times: MLK Memorial
• Aug. 2: Permits on the mall?
• Aug. 1: Suggestions for Reflecting Pool
• July 31: Examiner: Mall Sprawl and Norton
• July 29: Examiner: Capitol Reflecting Pool
• July 18: Newsweek: Mall Overhaul
• July 13: Post: Editorial
• July 10: Post: NCPC
• July 8: NPS & NCPC update
• July 7: Rethinking Washington's Monumental Core
• July 4: WMAL-AM & WDCW TV: Feldman
• July 4: Dallas Morning News: Mall
• July 2: CBS News: Gone to Seed reaction
• June 27: CBS News: Feldman
• June 20: Post: Toles' toon
• June 18: Post: Trust for Mall
• June 16: Smithsonian Program
• June 5: National Mall Conservancy
• May 29: NPS meeting on levee system
• May 26: Post: Editorial on National Mall
• May 21: Post: Hearing on the National Mall
• May 19: Hearing on The Future of the National Mall
• May 15: Hearing on The Future of the National Mall
• May 8: Walking Tour: I Have A Dream
• May 6: Post & LA Times: Smithsonian
• May 1: Post: Fisher column
• Apr. 29: Atherton Memorial Lecture
• Apr. 25: WalkingTown, DC
• Apr. 11: WalkingTown, DC
• Apr. 9: Cleveland Park Citizens meeting
• Apr. 7: Cherry Blossoms
• Mar. 27: Guide to Mall Rec
• Mar. 11: Fox 5: Feldman
• Mar. 10: Post: Fisher column
• Feb. 29: Mall items of note
• Feb. 28: Raw Fisher Radio: Feldman
• Feb. 26: Listen Raw Fisher Radio: Feldman
• Feb. 25: NCMAC meeting
• Feb. 18: President's Day links
• Feb. 12: NBM hosts Judith Dupre
• Feb. 10: Kojo Nnamdi Show: Feldman
• Feb. 8: Bloomberg: critic Russell
• Feb. 6: Post: NCPC
• Feb. 4: Post Magazine: Lincoln Memorial
• Jan. 27: Where Magazine: Editorial
• Jan. 25: Tom Sherwood comments
• Jan. 24: Post; FEMA maps
• Jan. 21: Mall management plan

2007
• Dec. 28: Public meetings
• Nov. 28: Vietnam Center review
• Nov. 16: Trust for the Mall
• Nov. 12: USA Today: Vietnam Center
• Nov. 5: AP: Arts & Industries Building
• Nov. 1: Help meet the grant
• Oct. 31: St. Elizabeths Hospital
• Oct. 29: Help meet the grant
• Oct. 22: NCMAC meeting
• Oct. 19: Post; Vietnam Center
• Oct. 18: Wash Times; Mall expansion
• Oct. 17: Vietnam Center approval
• Oct. 15: NPS Ranger lecture
• Oct. 12: Wash Times; Vietnam Center
• Sept. 25: Walking tours
• Sept. 17: NPS Announces Mall EIS
• Sept. 6: Lecture: Designing the Capital
• Aug. 2: New Mall Recreation Guide
• June 25: Post: "shortsighted planning"
• June 19: Post: Jefferson Memorial
• June 6: DCPL Most Endangered Places
• June 12: Senator Craig Thomas passing
• May 30: Post: Historical Society defunding
• May 26: Memorial Day coverage
• Apr. 29: Post: The Awakening
• Apr. 17: Coverage of April 11 Symposium
• Apr. 16: Post and Wash Times coverage
• Apr. 13: WalkingTown, DC
• Apr. 11: Read Feldman's NCPC symposium talk
• Apr. 4: NCPC symposium
• Mar. 22: NPS Listening Session
• Mar. 8: NCPC extends comments
• Mar. 7: Atherton Memorial Lecture
• Mar. 5: NW Current piece
• Mar. 2: NCPC flood draft
• Feb. 17: National Mall Plan meetings
• Feb. 15: America's Favorite Architecture
• Feb. 13: History Lecture postponed
• Feb. 6: San Fran Chron: Letters
• Feb. 2: NMAAHC comments
• Jan. 19: National Mall Plan comments
• Jan. 15: Overbeck History Lecture
• Jan. 12: Feldman on CBS Sunday Morning
• Jan. 3: NCPC public meeting
• Jan. 2: NMAAHC meeting

2006
• Dec. 28: Comments deadlines
• Dec. 22: Donate to help
• Dec. 7: Wash Times and Post coverage
• Dec. 6: Post: Editorial
• Nov. 21: NPS Environmental Assessment
• Nov. 16: Future of the Mall Symposium
• Nov. 7: Post: Fisher
• Nov. 6: SM welcomes NPS Symposium
• Nov. 4: Feldman on NPR
• Oct. 31: Peter Penczer lecture
• Oct. 19: Help meet the grant
• Oct. 12: LA Times; Whalen Obit
• Sept. 27: Slate; Visitor Center
• Sept. 26: Smithsonian Associates Program
• Sept. 25: Wash Times; Eisenhower memorial
• Sept. 18: Post; Eisenhower memorial
• Sept. 12: Contact Congress
• Sept. 9: LA Times: Christopher Knight
• Sept. 5: Open Park on Mall
• Sept. 4: Post: Roger K. Lewis
• Aug. 14: NYT; Editorial
• Aug. 9: WETA's "The Intersection"
• Aug. 7: Post/Examiner on Visitor Center
• July 20: NCPC Framework Plan
• July 17: LA Times: Tyler Green
• July 11: July Study Tour
• July 6: Washingtonian: Arthur Cotton Moore
• June 13: Dallas Morning News coverage
• June 3: Atherton tribute
• June 1: Post; Mall expansion
• May 31: Comment on the EA
• May 29: WWI Memorial
• May 27: Wash Times; Dietsch piece
• May 19: Roll Call; Visitor Center
• May 18: NCPC & Norton expansion
• May 12: Visitor Center mandate
• May 9: Post; Smithsonian endangered
• May 8: 2005 Annual Report
• Apr. 11: Immigrants rally coverage
• Apr. 1: Project for Public Spaces
• Mar. 31: Post; Dvorak on Wall
• Mar. 30: Cherry Blossoms
• Mar. 10: Hawkins at NBM
• Mar. 9: Visitor Center on Mall
• Feb. 6: NYT; Clemetson piece
• Jan. 31: NYT, Post, WTimes, Examiner
• Jan. 13: Mall map progress
• Jan. 9: NBM invite
• Jan. 7: GW Speakers Series invite

2005
• Dec. 20: Post; Correction
• Dec. 16: Wash Times; Letter
• Dec. 12: Post; Editorial
• Dec. 9: Post; Dvorak piece
• Dec. 6: Post; Atherton passing
• Nov. 28: Dallas Morning News coverage
• Nov. 28: Post; Cooper letter
• Nov. 22: Free Map mailing
• Nov. 10: Examiner; DeWitt piece
• Nov. 8: Interactive maps online/Post piece
• Oct. 20: Corcoran presentation
• Oct. 5: Future of Mall video online
• Sept. 22: Architectural Record piece
• Aug. 31: Mall tour sold out
• Aug. 29: Smithsonian Mall tour
• Aug. 22: Weekly Standard available
• Aug. 10: Weekly Standard piece
• Aug. 7: Post; Metro piece
• Aug. 7: Post; Metro piece - PDF
• Aug. 7: Weekly Standard
• July 22: Post; Editorial
• June 16: Free Mall Map/Guide
• May 13: Smithsonian WiFi
• May 9: Kojo Nnamdi Show
• Apr. 13: Fax to Senate
• Apr. 12: Coalition Senate Testimony
• Apr. 11: Post; Feldman Letter
• Mar. 23: Mall oversight hearing
• Mar. 21: Post; Hiatt Op-Ed
• Mar. 4: Mall PowerPoint at NCPC
• Feb. 18: Mall PowerPoint at CFA
• Feb. 16: CFA public session
• Feb. 14: Contact Congress
• Jan. 26: Bloomberg; Ferguson column
• Jan. 13: Post; Letters/NBC 4
• Jan. 10: Post; Hiatt column
• Jan. 9: Post; Letter
• Jan. 5: Post; Letters
• Jan. 4: Post; Editorial
• Jan. 2: Post; Hsu piece

2004
• Dec. 30: Post; Oberlander letter
• Dec. 26: Year end greetings
• Dec. 9: AP; Hartman piece
• Dec. 7: NW Current piece
• Nov. 29: Post; Lee/Hsu pieces
• Nov. 22: National Mall invite
• Oct. 15: USA Today; Dietsch piece
• Oct. 2: Post; Moore/Cooper letters
• Sept. 21: WWII Mem; Knight/Mill's book
• Sept. 15: Post; Trescott piece
• Sept. 9: Post; Milloy column
• Aug. 14: Passonneau book
• Aug. 11: Workshop reports
• July 3: Judy on ABC
• June 30: NBM Mill's talk info
• June 28: NBM Mill's talk
• June 24: WWII Mem; Knight
• June 22: City Museum Lecture
• June 21: WWII Mem; Wise
• June 18: WWII Mem; Ivey
• June 14: WWII Mem; Gopnik
• May 10: Wash Times; column
• May 7: Workshop II
• May 4: Post; Fisher WWII Mem.
• Apr. 6: Wash Times' Hudson
• Apr. 1: Post; Hsu on fence
• Mar. 27: Post; front page
• Mar. 19: Workshop prep
• Mar. 2: Mall Conservancy news
• Feb. 19: Judge Collyer decision
• Feb. 15: Post; Berard letter
• Feb. 3: Meetings/WWII Mem. stories
• Jan. 27: Post; Reel piece
• Jan. 15: Post; Reel piece
• Jan. 13: Mall Conservancy forum
• Jan. 12: 2004 Scholars Program

2003
• Jan. 7
• Jan. 9
• Jan. 10
• Jan. 20
• Jan. 30
• Feb. 3
• Feb. 25
• Mar. 10
• Mar. 17
• Apr. 4
• Apr. 20
• May 2
• June 6
• June 16
• June 23
• July 2
• July 20a
• July 20b
• Aug. 28
• Sept. 4
• Sept. 5
• Sept. 14
• Sept. 23
• Sept. 28a
• Sept. 28b
• Oct. 2
• Oct. 5
• Oct. 6
• Oct. 14
• Oct. 17
• Oct. 19
• Oct. 22
• Oct. 23
• Oct. 27
• Nov. 8
• Nov. 10
• Nov. 13
• Nov. 14
• Nov. 20
• Nov. 21
• Dec. 6
• Dec. 28

2002
• July 1
• July 4
• July 19
• July 23
• July 24-a
• July 24-b
• July 30
• Aug. 2
• Aug. 10
• Sept. 11
• Sept. 20
• Oct. 17
• Nov. 11
• Nov. 26
• Dec. 6


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