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Sunday, October 17, 2021

Support Walk to End Alzheimer’s Saturday

The Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's is full of flowers, each carried by someone committed to ending this disease and those who love...

A New Citizen Leader Along Our River

The Anacostia Watershed Society (AWS) is an important player in the effort to clean up Our River.  It is the oldest and largest of...

More Places To Play

Two years ago, on June 8, 2019, the ribbon was officially cut at The Fields at RFK, ushering in a new phase in the...

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...

The Peculiar History of Buzzard Point

Buzzard Point’s current status as Washington’s newest hot property belies its peculiar history. For nearly two centuries its main attraction was the US Arsenal,...

Gregory Casten is Making The Point

With The Point, Gregory Casten is banking on both consistency and change. From the outdoor patio of The Point (2100 Second St. SW), Casten's new...

In Memoriam: Judy Wood 

On June 13, 2021, our community lost a beloved friend and community contributor. Judy Wood passed away after heart surgery and complications that followed. She...

Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church Welcomes New Pastor

Sitting in the pews at Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church (CHPC, 201 Fourth St. SE) on August 1st, the congregation felt an indisputable sense of...

NCB Grants $30,000 to Eastern’s IB Program

Temitayo Adeola hadn’t even considered Eastern High School until he received a package from the school near the end of his middle school run....

Congressional Cemetery Welcomes New President

Historic Congressional Cemetery (HCC) has a new President. After a national search, the board of the Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery announced Friday,...
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