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Go Go Week Events with DCPL

It’s Go-Go Week! Check out the exhibit Chocolate City Keep Crankin organized by Dee Dwyer, Wayne Palmer, and the art collective NoMüNoMü at Martin...

Foraging: The East Washingtonian

As a child I grew up foraging. I recall riding my bike for hours with my cousins, running in and out the house for...

Register for Tintype Portrait Session at Honfleur

Sit for your portrait as an artist at the Honfleur Gallery in Historic Anacostia (1241 Good Hope Rd. SE) immortalizes your image as part...

What’s Happening at St. Elizabeth’s East Campus?

In April, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) cut the ribbon on the new District Towns development at St. Elizabeth’s East. The 88-unit townhome project offers...

The Washington Navy Yard

It's part of Ward 8 now, so let's take a closer look at the Washington Navy Yard. For many, it is not what it seems....

Book Review: The Black Side of the River

The Black Side of the River:  Race, Language and Belonging in Washington, DC  by Jessica A. Grieser Georgetown University Press, 2022 204 pages /Hardback Edition /ISBN...

The Peculiar History of Buzzard Point

Buzzard Point’s current status as Washington’s newest hot property belies its peculiar history. For nearly two centuries its main attraction was the US Arsenal,...

Insurrection Overshadowed A Historic Day in Georgia

January 6, 2021 was a shameful day in U.S. history with the pro-Trump invasion and desecration of the Capitol. Because of that disgraceful incident,...