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Monday, January 21, 2019

The Anacostia’s Importance to Us – Connectivity and Community

While on a recent bike ride on the eastern side of the Anacostia up to Bladensburg County Park, I suddenly had the feeling of...

Apply for International Cultural Exchange Grants

The DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities (CAH) Sister Cities Grant (SCG) is currently accepting applications for international arts and humanities cultural exchange...

Healing Circle for Grief and Loss 

Now is the time to enroll in the next Healing Circle, a place where you can access your own innate ability to heal.  Meetings...

DC Youth Opportunity Fair

An estimated 4.9 million young Americans ages 16-24 are not in school or employed, including nearly 10 percent of young adults in the Washington,...

New DC Circulator Buses Launched

Mayor Bowser has introduced the New Flyer Xcelsior buses, the first wave of DC Circulator buses that will use clean diesel technology to reduce...

New Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge Unveiled

The new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is part of the South Capitol Street Corridor Project, the largest construction project in the history of DC...

H Street Life – September 2017

With the arrival of September, festival season is in full swing in the District. This year the timing of our local festivals is such...

Solar Works DC Launched

On July 24, Mayor Bowser launched Solar Works DC. This eco-friendly program plans to install solar panels in the homes of nearly 300 low-income...

Yelp Expands to DC

Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) and Yelp co-founder and CEO Jeremy Stoppelman have announced that the global technology company has signed a lease for a...

Hard Hats at Hine Event Celebrates Businesses Old and New

On Thursday evening, a crowd gathered at 700 Pennsylvania Ave. SE to check out the new Hine Development and celebrate businesses old and new...