Fiesta DC has been celebrating the Latino community in D.C. for 51 years. Despite the gloomy rain last weekend, the celebration was fantastic.
Mid-September is one of the best seasons in D.C., and many festivals take advantage of it.
The Mall will be missing some of its favorite animals for the next several years, as the carousel horses have been taken away for repairs.
Lots of people, including us, started watching birds more closely during the pandemic. We found many different ways to be fascinated with the world of birds.
Sixty years after the March on Washington, with the work still incomplete, a renewed march occurred last Saturday in the same iconic location at the Lincoln Memorial. Led by civil rights leaders Martin Luther King III and Al Sharpton, it was a call for equality, compassion, and action.
Beyond Granite is a public art program on the National Mall, designed to bring new voices and representation among the old monuments. The first phase of this program includes six installations.
Photographers from our community have been out photographing despite the heat of summer, and have captured some great images.
Park Police horses get a great new home on the Mall.
The historic arraignment of Donald Trump yesterday in D.C. drew a large crowd of onlookers and media.
With it being way too hot during the days, it’s great to get out at night – especially when the sun sets in D.C. Here are some of our favorite views of sunsets: