We’re passionate about photography and documenting the life of D.C., but want to make sure we and others keep safer through social distancing. So here’s what our editors have been creating this week under these new conditions: Rob Klug While the city has shut down around us, life has continued in Rock Creek Park. The… Continue reading
After six decades in service RFK Stadium is set to be demolished. Here is a look back a this landmark in DC sports history.
It’s been almost twenty years since the process to create a memorial to Eisenhower started, most of it mired in controversy over the design. For a long time, representatives of the Federal government, various commissions, and the Eisenhower family all hated it, but finally the design was modified and approved, and construction started in 2017…. Continue reading
The Arboretum is one of the great natural treasures of D.C., and this year spring has sprung early. The warm late-winter weather has brought a jolt of life back to the Arboretum. While walking through the many gardens and trails, the first colors of spring are popping out everywhere. Crocuses and snowbells have pushed their… Continue reading