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Saturday, May 21, 2022

Our River: The Anacostia

When one asks about the recovery of the Anacostia River, “Who in DC is in charge?”, the answer comes back, “Tommy Wells”.  That is...

Celebrate Black History Month With #BlackOwned

#BlackOwned is an annual series curated by the Anacostia Art Center (1231 Good Hope Rd. SE) to highlight and celebrate the diversity of the...

Shango Kwame: Independent and Free-Spirited

Ward 7’s Shango Kwame has not donned a shirt in at least 15 years. Easily recognized in Wards 7 and 8, he is the...

Pannell: Focus on Neighborhoods to Move Forward

The redistricting of the wards is complete. The demographic and statistical profile of Ward 8 has changed dramatically. Its boundaries now include the Navy...

Faith Leaders Have A Prayerful Breakfast

Wards 7 and 8 faith leaders hosted a prayer breakfast on Dec. 11. Nearly 200 fully vaccinated, temperature-checked and socially distanced attendees filled the...

Supporting Our Schools

Parent school organizations at elementary, middle and high schools across the District have always been important in our city’s education ecosystem. While their traditional...

Job Posting: Advertising Sales Associate

Advertising Sales Associate (Remote but must live in DC) Capital Community News, publisher of the Hill Rag, MidCity DC & East of the River newspapers...

Meet Michael Covin

Ward 7 resident Michael Covin spends much of his time helping others secure employment, training, and a better life. The Department of Employment Services...

“Shop Till Ya Drop” at Anacostia Art Gallery and Boutique

On September 14, 2014, Juanita Britton, owner of the Anacostia Gallery and Boutique, led a community procession through the streets of Fort Stanton to...

With RiverSmart Homes You Can Help the Anacostia

We all know that part of the pollution in our river, the Anacostia, comes from runoff and overflow of storm water and that all...