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Celebrating DC’s HERstory: A Tour of Her Own

A Tour of Her Own (TOHO) has a lot to celebrate. Since 2018, founder and president Kaitlin Calogera and her team have been exploring...

National Museum of Women in the Arts Slated to Re-Open Fall...

The National Museum of Women in the Arts (NMWA, 1250 New York Ave. NW) will open its newly renovated building in fall 2023, representatives...

Face to Face: The Poetic Hill

Capitol Hill poet Jean Nordhaus is the author of several highly regarded poetry collections, including “A Bracelet of Lies” (1987), “The Porcelain Apes of Moses Mendelssohn” (2002), “Innocence” (2006),...

Mary McLeod Bethune – Educator and Activist

July’s Woman of Ward 6 is Mary McLeod Bethune, an educator and an activist. Although she didn’t live or work in Ward 6, Bethune...

Impact100 DC Announces New Grant Effort

Impact100 DC, a multi-ethnic network of women committed to service, has announced its first competitive grant. It has started the process to award a...

Bitter Grace Boasts Unique Clothing and Accessories

This holiday season head to one of the newest boutiques in DC: Bitter Grace. Situated on Barracks Row (526 Eighth St SE), the boutique...

Roberta Flack: Women of Ward 6

September’s Woman of Ward 6 is Roberta Flack, a famous singer-songwriter who got her start at Capitol Hill’s Mr. Henry’s Restaurant. She’s most known...

Women of Ward 6

May’s Woman of Ward 6 is Emily Edson Briggs, who won renown by writing a colorfully irreverent newspaper column in the mid to late...

Women of Ward 6

March’s Woman of Ward 6 is Bonny Wolf, an accomplished food writer, who lives on Capitol Hill. You may have heard her on NPR’s...