Two black historians began leading the guided walks, which usually take place on Saturday evenings, about a year ago, inspired by the ongoing legal fight over the city’s plans to remove the Lee and Jackson statues.
With their whirlwind partnership, they're trying to help real-life children in the D.C. area navigate, and perhaps escape, difficult home situations.
Griffin Burchard first spotted Douglass Memorial Cemetery — named for orator and abolitionist Frederick Douglass — while on a service trip with his Boy Scout troop about three years ago in Virginia.
An act of kindness during her childhood gave a woman a renewed sense of self worth. When she wanted to meet the man from decades ago, strangers helped in the search.
The focus on a gay couple in such an influential arena of Mexican life — the telenovela — could mark a significant shift for LGBTQ acceptance in a culture where traditional gender roles remain deeply ingrained, experts say.
The Improvaneers are nine actors who gave their debut performance in July.
Cities are trying to make the citations a little more palatable while giving back to their communities.
Before going viral, Chase Street Accessories & Engraving decided: Even if it only sold 10 mugs, it would donate 10 percent of the profits from all sales to Thread, a nonprofit that helps underperforming Baltimore high school students.
Angel Henriquez earned a 'Right Direction' award for getting young people and D.C.’s Latino community involved in local politics.
Barber Brixton Millner, 32, who is transitioning from female to male, doles out free haircuts and life advice in Southeast while answering questions about what it means to be transgender.