Zach Bright, Bloomberg Law

Zach Bright

Bloomberg Law

Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Zach:

States Will Get Billions to Plug Orphan Oil Wells. Is it Enough?

The $4.7 billion program from the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act is only a small fraction of the billions some say is needed to plug all the nation’s abandoned and forgotten oil and gas wells—in part because nobody really knows how many there are. → Read More

New York to Ban Glyphosate Use on State Properties in New Rules

Weedkillers that use glyphosate would be banned from use on New York state properties under a proposal announced Wednesday by the state’s Department of Environmental Conservation. → Read More

Free New Year's Eve Parties and No-Cover Bars Around DC

End 2021 without breaking the bank. → Read More

5 Women Who Impacted DC History

A recent book spotlights female contributions to the city. → Read More

DC-Area Restaurants Celebrating New Year's Eve with Festive Feasts and Drink Specials

Whether you're in the mood for a fancy prix-fixe or casual drinks and games. → Read More

Champagne Problems? Actually, Yes— Expect Bubbly Shortages at Some Liquor Stores This Holiday Season

Some bourbon producers are also feeling the supply-chain pinch. → Read More

The Library of Congress Is Adding "Return of the Jedi" to the National Film Registry

The Star Wars classic is one of 25 films being singled out for contributions to American culture. → Read More

Your Guide to the Holiday Markets Happening Around DC

Festive options with plenty of gifts, food, and fun. → Read More

A Guide to Shopping Local on Small Business Saturday

How to find and support DC-area retailers going into the holiday season → Read More

Social Beast and Mijita's Tex Mex Are Closing in Glover Park

The two-in-one restaurant will stay open through November 30 → Read More

The FUTURES Exhibition, a Live Magazine, and Holiday-Themed Fun: Things to Do in DC, November 18-21

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

There’s a New DC Company That Will Plan Bespoke Weekend Outings and Downtime for You

Ask Jenna plans everything from bespoke date nights to family outings, for $129 a month. → Read More

A DC Architecture Firm Wants Washingtonians to Rethink Alleys

Local architecture firm EL Studio wants people to rethink alleys, and it's hosting a November 11 “Alley Hop” in Columbia Heights to showcase the → Read More

Eleven Jaw-Dropping Technologies Included in the Wild New Smithsonian FUTURES Exhibit

The Smithsonian Institution turned 175 this year, and is marking the milestone with the much-touted upcoming FUTURES exhibit. The show, which opens later → Read More

Día de los Muertos, the Congressional Football Game, and “RENT” the Musical: Things to Do in DC, November 1-3

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

The Well-Read Black Girl Festival, Folk Art, and a Nerdy Burlesque Class: Things to Do in DC, October 25-27

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Colorful Fest, a Silent Disco Parade, and Lots of Art Exhibitions: Things to Do in DC, October 14-17

Arts, entertainment, and fun in DC, Maryland, and Virginia right now. → Read More

Your Fun Fall Guide to Halloween and Día de los Muertos Around DC

Celebrate the season with haunted houses, costume contests, pumpkin parties, and more. → Read More