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Thursday, May 19, 2022

Libraries Begin Slow Reopening

Library customers will soon be able to borrow and return physical items from the DC Public Library. On May 29, take-out service will be...

Buy a Print to Support DCCK

Hill-based artist Christine Vineyard is using her work to promote local business and raise money for the DC Central Kitchen (DCCK). Vineyard, who publishes...

Ward 7 Democratic Candidates’ Virtual Economic Vision Debate

The Ward 7 Democratic Candidates' Virtual Economic Vision Debate is on Saturday, May 16, starting at 10:30 a.m., via YouTube Live. The debate will...

Faith Dane Crannitch (1923-2020)

I am saddened by the passing of Faith, an accomplished Broadway and film actress, DC Mayoral candidate and DC Statehood activist. She was 96. I...

Apply for District Sustainability Awards

For over ten years, the Department of Energy and Environment (DOEE) has awarded District Sustainability Awards to organizations that are fulfilling the goals of the...

Recycling Right!

Now that the party season has passed, tis the season for New Year’s resolutions – and decluttering. Recycling is evolving in the US and...

Art And The City

A fantastic bird-like creature from ancient origins slides through the silky crimson haze. It is grandly feathered with the immortal dreams, visions and traditions...

Attend The Great Ward 8 Fall Fest at Giant Food

Giant Food invites neighbors to ‘The Great Ward 8 Fall Fest', a day focused on community fun and nutritional education. The event is a re-grand...

Capital Community News Seeks Graphic Designer

DC's #1 hyper-local, community news publisher Capital Community News is seeking to hire a Graphic Designer/Web Specialist. Publisher of three hyper-local titles daily online...

See Capital City Symphony’s That String Thing

Meet a quintet of string-playing members of the symphony orchestra through this engaging, educational and intimate program for young people. Learn about the music they...