The well-known view from the Dupont Circle escalator is changing with a canopy, but the completion of the project is almost two years behind schedule.
Xiao Qi Ji’s first birthday is tomorrow!
In a year that was filled with change, upheaval and pain, one thing remained wonderfully the same – the Malcolm X Park Drum Circle.
Normally August in D.C. is a month of heat, laziness, and vacations. But in this pandemic year, the first week of August has been full of social and political activism.
It is summer in D.C. and the lotus flowers are out at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens.
Last Saturday in Black Lives Matter Plaza, hundreds gathered for “Good Trouble: Candlelight Vigil for Democracy”, an event to promote voting rights and election reform.
Last Saturday, the Capitol fence came down and the public once again got access to what many consider part of D.C.’s collective backyard.
It was both a familiar and an odd Fourth in D.C. this year.
Let’s call it the frog days of summer. Even in a very urban area such as ours, our green friends are on display, if you know where to look.
There was a lot of disappointment when the Pride Parade had to be cancelled for the second year because of the pandemic, but last Saturday’s Pride Walk and Rally was a wonderful event that offered all the joy of more traditional Pride celebrations.