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Monday, April 12, 2021

Join a Ward 6 Spring Clean-Up

This March, it's time for DC residents to get out and help keep DC clean by picking up trash in the places you care...

Celebrate Cherry Blossom Spirit with Petal Porch Parade

Unleash your creativity and celebrate your cherry blossom spirit with the Cherry Blossom Festival Petal Porch Parade. The National Cherry Blossom Festival has always been...

Fans Are Coming Back to Audi Field and Nationals Park

Get ready, Southeast and Buzzard Point: the fans are coming back. Well, some of them, anyway. On Tuesday, the Washington Nationals announced that up to...

Pickleball: Not Just for Seniors

I was shocked. The first time I played pickleball every pre-conceived notion I had of the sport was destroyed. Thoughts like, “It’s just for...

MLB Reporter, On-Air Personality and Local Hill Resident Mel Antonen Dies...

Mel Antonen, loving father, husband and longtime well-known national sports reporter and baseball analyst, died of a rare acute autoimmune liver disorder and complications...

The Life’s Work of Craig Wallace

“I could not read , I could not understand it, but I wanted to. And now I can and now I do. I’m very...

Donate to the SW DC Clothing Drive

This month, the Southwest Pod of Ward 6 Mutual Aid (W6MA) and partner organization Serve Your City are launching the “Southwest DC Duckling Clothing...

Farewell to Lustre Cleaners

For almost a hundred years there has been a Lustre Cleaners tidying, folding and pressing District garments to perfection. Starting out back in 1918,...

Separate and Unequal Education in 19th Century DC Schools

The road to the integrated school system that exists today in the District of Columbia has its roots at the beginning of the 19th...

Shop Black Makers, Brands at Union Market’s ‘The Gift Shop’

The Gift Shop, Washington’s first retailer for discovering, appreciating, and shopping Black-owned brands and makers, opens February 6 in the Union Market District. A concept...
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