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Keep It Moving: Exercising Over 65

The American College of Sports Medicine has ranked DC one of the fittest cities in the nation. It led the nation from 214-216 when...

A New Greenhouse at Amidon-Bowen

As we set our New Year’s resolutions, one DC Public School (DCPS) is looking forward to new seedlings, bulbs, and plants to be sprouting...

Season’s Greenings: All Aboard the U.S. Botanic Garden Holiday Show

The 2018 annual U.S. Botanic Garden (USBG) holiday exhibit will open on Thanksgiving Day and will run through New Year’s Day, January 1, 2019....

Ho Ho Ho: Wrap up your Holiday shopping all on the...

The local shops on Capitol Hill have the most extraordinary collections of holiday gifts. With the addition of a number of new stores, Hill...

BioBlitzing along the Anacostia Watershed

The Washington metro area has seen more than our share of rain lately. But, when the call to BioBlitz is sounded, rain or shine,...

Urban Forester Steve McKindley-Ward Lives His Life Dream

Henry David Thoreau, America’s nature writer, once wrote, “Live the life you’ve dreamed.” Steve McKindley-Ward, arborist and urban forester for DC, is following this...

From Termites to Tremendous

For years, people wondered whether the old clapboard building at 232 9th Street, SE, was haunted. The 118-year-old house had certainly seen better days....

Wonderstruck

Seven is considered a lucky number. Think about it, There are seven seas, seven continents, and seven colors in the rainbow. Snow White ran...

Weeding Out: DCRA is Cracking Down on Overgrown Grass and Weeds

Summer is here, finally. The smell of freshly cut grass stimulates our senses and memories of the joys of summer, warmer weather, picnics and...

Volunteers Needed to Join FrogWatch

Frogs have long been a part of our cultural and ecological DNA. From the time of our early childhood, we have sung “Froggy Went...