Latest from Diane Bernard
Sculptor Gutzon Borglum was deeply involved with the Ku Klux Klan while designing the Confederate memorial at Stone Mountain outside Atlanta
  • Jul 2, 2020
What happened when a biracial couple tried to establish a gay community called Stonewall Park in the Nevada desert during the AIDS epidemic
  • Jun 29, 2020
WHERE WE LIVE | Drumaldry residents enjoy a sense of privacy but also community in their airy, light-filled homes.
  • Mar 5, 2020
Three decades ago, police targeted black men with stop-and-frisk tactics after a pregnant woman, Carol Stuart, was killed and her husband, Charles, falsely blamed her death on an African American assailant.
  • Jan 4, 2020
WHERE WE LIVE | The Md. enclave, just north of the D.C. line, is rich in history, foliage and neighborliness.
  • Jan 2, 2020
In 1969, blond students at Cabin John Junior High School in an affluent Maryland suburb were segregated from the rest of the student body for "National Brotherhood Week."
  • Dec 29, 2019
WHERE WE LIVE | Majority-African-American neighborhood rebounded from hard times.
  • Nov 6, 2019
WHERE WE LIVE | Community bounded by the Potomac is rich in history, volunteerism, recreation and more.
  • Oct 3, 2019
Bly, a female pioneer in 19th century journalism, will be honored with a monument in New York City.
  • Jul 28, 2019
Junior Village, where First Lady Jackie Kennedy handed out lollipops and Martin Luther King Jr. visited, was closed in 1973 after abuse revelations
  • May 18, 2019