Previously unseen footage of Anacostia in Betsy Cox’s “Southeast 67” calls to mind what it was like to come of age during that era.
It will be interesting to see how obviously stoned people are treated in public. Or whether people even notice.
There are many things about the day her son was killed that have led to still inconsolable grief for Bridzette Lane.
From my perspective, Mayor Muriel Bowser has handled this snow situation relatively well.
Alvin Ailey Dance Theater helped change how a group of students viewed themselves as artists.
When Patty Boom Boom announced that it was closing over the weekend, a very specific feeling came over me.
The way Howard middle school handled protests over teacher terminations alienated students.
Festival organizers Justin Rood and Chris Naoum are hoping the city will give them the space they need to expand the upstart neighborhood celebration.
It’s a familiar refrain: When crime happens in the black community, residents and activists don’t get upset, and no one tries to do anything. That chorus was repeated by many critical of the recent protests around the country when hundreds of thousands took to the streets expressing their outrage over the killings of unarmed black boys and men at the hands of police.
A recent public reading of “1984” proved to be a perfect example of how local, national and international interests and characters often overlap so easily and seamlessly in the District.
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