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Competitive Swimming After 50

A year ago Mary Kaniewski not only couldn’t swim but she also couldn’t bear to put her face in the water. Now after one...

Medical Marijuana Reciprocity Starts

On April 16, the Department of Health (DOH) implemented changes in the District’s reciprocity laws that authorize certified patients from the following states to...

Bad Axe Throwing

Looking for a fun outing to engaging in during the colder months? Whether you want to enjoy a night out with your friends, host...

Cupid’s Sting – Stamping out Violence against Women

When Criminologist Laurie Samuel, Ph.D., worked for the Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) in Washington, DC she became alarmed at what she was witnessing. “I...

Making Therapy Accessible to All

Most of us are aware of the benefits of diet, exercise and sleep, and how important it is to take care of our physical...

DC Row Opens at the SW Wharf

Rowing has gone from being a competitive outdoor sport to one of the growing new trends in group exercise. Like cycling that came off...

Cool Pet Facts

Hello, readers! Just a quick line to introduce myself, a new member of the District Veterinary Hospital team, Capitol Hill neighborhood and the Hill...

Free Lifeguard Training

The DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) offers free lifeguard training certification courses for Summer 2018. Courses run through June 2018. DPR has...

What is Parvo?

Most pet owners have heard of Parvo, or canine parvovirus type 2, and are aware that they should vaccinate their canine companions for the...

The Lowdown on Fermented Soda

When I was at a friend’s dinner party last month, instead of bringing a bottle of wine or a six-pack to share with guests,...
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