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Meet Your Neighbor: Quanay Lynch

Southeast resident Quanay Lynch is on the path to overcoming the throes of domestic violence and homelessness. By telling her story, Lynch hopes to...

Give Us Statehood Now!: The Old Man of Anacostia

June 24 is the last day of the DC public school year and it cannot come soon enough for many students, parents, guardians and...

Support for Parents of Children with Disabilities

Rhonda White, mother of four, says her youngest daughter has a beautiful smile and spirit and is a social butterfly who keeps all of...

Meet Deacon and Mathematician Dr. William Hawkins

A constant presence at two Catholic churches East of the River and a fervent mathematician, Deacon William Anthony Hawkins, Jr. is a respected and...

Tall in the Saddle with Serve Your City

Serve Your City (SYC) has recently received well deserved attention for its work with Ward 6 Mutual Aid (W6MA), providing food and supplies since...

Applications Open in $103,000 Grant for Nonprofits, Charities

Impact100 DC, a multi-ethnic network of women committed to service, has announced its first competitive grant. It has started the process to award a...

Attend Ward 8 Virtual Summit Saturday

On Oct. 24 at 10 a.m., Ward 8 Councilmember Trayon White (D) and his team are hosting a virtual summit to hear from consituents....

How Art Can Heal and Expand Horizons

On a recent Wednesday morning, six students gathered around the table in art teacher Donna Bonavia’s AP Studio Art classroom and talked about how...

Storytelling Showcased Monthly at Busboys and Poets

“I’m just doing what I’m doing,” Vera Oyé Yaa-Anna said. “It’s what I would be doing back home. We never get away from our...

Explore ALL Public School Options Saturday at EdFEST

Explore the District’s public school options at this year’s EdFEST, happening this Saturday, December 8 from 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. at the DC Armory...