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Arena Stage’s Civil Dialogues Online

Arena Stage’s Civil Dialogues provide are civil discourses about social and political issues where people of diverse viewpoints have fruitful conversations. Each Arena Civil...

Tidal Basin, Memorials Reopen to Public

With the peak of the cherry blossoms behind us, the closure of the Tidal Basin was lifted Monday morning and the area is accessible...

How to Make a No-Sew Face Mask

All you need is an old t-shirt and a pair of scissors to make a home made face covering. Masks are already mandatory in Los...

DC Council Passes Second COVID-19 Emergency Bill

During the moment of silence at the beginning of Tuesday's legislative meeting, DC Council Chairman Phil Mendelson asked council to remember those 24 DC...

DC Opens COVID Testing Site Monday at UMC

The District’s Testing Triage Call Center at United Medical Center is now open for priority groups. The District of Columbia is offering free, appointment-required testing...

Data Shows Few COVID Cases Reported in Wards 7, 8

The lowest number of Coronavirus, or COVID-19 cases in the District were reported in Ward 8, according data released early Wednesday, with the highest...

Mayor to Residents: “Stay Home!”

On March 30, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) issued an order directing residents to shelter in place until April 24. “Our message remains the same: stay...

Metro to Close 17 Stations Thursday

Metro announced that they will close 17 more stations and close some entrances at nine more as of Thursday, March 26 to conserve cleaning...

Mayor Closes Tidal Basin

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) has directed the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) and DC National Guard (DCNG) to close roads adjacent to the Tidal Basin....

Coronavirus Myths Dispelled

There are lot of rumors flying around in regard to COVID-19 (aka the coronavirus). Are dogs safe? Take-out food? Jogging past neighbors on the...