Tim in the Press

On Tourism and Guiding 

D.C. Bible Museum Will Be Immersive Experience, Organizers Say (National Public Radio)

Veteran D.C. tour guide struggles to keep 80 eighth-graders occupied during shutdown (Washington Post)

Fort Worth kids get real-life civics lesson as D.C. reels (Fort Worth Star-Telegram)

Smithsonian Dinosaur Hall to close April 28 for five-year renovation (Washington Post)

Relaxed licensing rules worry DC tour guides (WAMU)

On Washington’s History

Capitol Hill: One of D.C.’s most haunted neighborhoods (WTOP)

From Public Hospital to Homeless Shelter: The Long History of D.C. General (WAMU)

The Navy Yard: The History of a D.C. Landmark Touched by Tragedy (WAMU)

The Newcomer’s Guide to Washington History: Lincoln Memorialized (WAMU)

On Life in Washington, D.C.

Middle schools present vexing problems for D.C. leaders as parents choose other options (Washington Post)

“No way.” “Absolutely not.” Residents react to the Secret Service’s idea to restrict more area around the White House (Greater Greater Washington)

Meet the Face of the Polar Vortex (Washington City Paper)

Tim’s Campaign for Congress

Cynics Be Damned: Krepp Endorses Norton … on Statehood Efforts (Roll Call)

Tim Krepp Embraces Eyebrows in Bid For Congress (Roll Call)

Norton Challenger Thinks a Transformed District Deserves a New Delegate (Roll Call)

#Kreppmentum: How A Long-Running Joke Turned Into A Campaign For A Congressional Seat (DCist)

One Time Joke Candidate Plans Real Run Against Norton (Washington City Paper)