LET­TER FROM THE PUB­LISHER

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I’VE BEEN RE­LAT­ING re­cently to the lyrics of David Bowie when he sang, “Ch-ch-ch-chchanges… Time may change me, but I can’t trace time.” What these words say to me is that, over time, peo­ple and places trans­form—some­times it hap­pens quickly, some­times it’s long and thought out. Wash­ing­ton, DC, and its res­i­dents are great ex­am­ples of both.

Both the de­vel­op­ment and mar­ket­ing of the real es­tate land­scape here con­tinue to be awe-in­spir­ing. As we watch the top agents blaze new trails with in­ven­tive ways to help their clients sell their homes, we also see how the city and its sub­urbs steadily evolve. New lux­ury high-rises and re­tail are bring­ing a vi­brant en­ergy to their neigh­bor­hoods—and that is a change worth sup­port­ing.

Much like real es­tate, health­care is another area that is un­der­go­ing un­prece­dented change. In the Wash­ing­ton area, Inova Women’s Hospi­tal is lead­ing the charge. It is fresh, it is cut­ting edge, and it is where I want to be if I ever need health, well­ness, or wait for it... beauty ser­vices. Yes! They have a gor­geous new med spa of­fer­ing the lat­est ad­vance­ments in ser­vices.

I hope you en­joy these next few months of spring, and be sure to check out capi­tolfilemagazine.com for all the won­der­ful cul­tural hap­pen­ings that only a city like DC can of­fer.

And with the clos­ing of this Late Spring is­sue, I am happy to an­nounce a change of my own, as I as­sume the role of Capitol File’s pub­lisher.

With Kim­ball Stroud (ƫƢƠơƭ) at Fi­ola Mare for the Women in Wash­ing­ton Power List Din­ner.

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