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Hear Latest on Vaccine Distribution at Friday Vaccine Town Hall

Join AARP DC for a Tele-Town Hall on Covid-19 and the latest news about vaccine distribution in the District. The event takes place via...

DCHA to Vaccinate Seniors Living at Greenleaf Thursday

DC Housing Authority (DCHA) will vaccinate seniors living at Greenleaf (1200 Delaware Ave. SW) starting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 11. DCHA staff are partnering...

Teens Prioritize Self-Care During Pandemic

Seated in their bedrooms scattered throughout the city, three different District teens took a deep breath, unlocked their phones---and deleted their social media accounts. We...

Intermittent Fasting

It’s been around and popular for several years. Intermittent Fasting (IF) is a predetermined period of time that an individual purposely doesn’t eat food....

Turning 80 in the Pandemic

There’s so much to reflect on these days. As the dreaded-lurgy zooms on (pun intended) and seismic waves from the political earthquake erupt, everyone...

Testify On District COVID-19 Vaccination Plan

Ward 7 Councilmember Vincent C. Gray (D), the Chairperson of the DC Council Committee on Health announced Monday that he will hold a public...

DC Vaccine Info

Currently eligible to register for the COVID-19 vaccine, as of Monday, Feb. 1: Childcare workers (*new as of Jan. 29; will be contacted with...

How Some Schools Got Kids Back to the Classroom

In the spring, the COVID-19 pandemic shut down most of the nation’s schools, forcing most of the District’s students to continue learning virtually at...

Winter Walks Along Our River

If the level of COVID-19 and political anxieties make you feel like you need some quiet time, consider a relaxing walk along the Anacostia...

Support Services Make the Transition

When schools, childcare, and other child-related facilities closed suddenly a few weeks into the Covid-19 pandemic, parents were left scrambling to cover their children’s...
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