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Enter DC Library Haiku Contest

Celebrate National Poetry Month with DC Public Library! Residents ages 6 and up are invited to submit a haiku to the 2022 Haiku Contest....

The Hundred Choices Department Store

In “The Hundred Choices Department Store,” a novel for young readers (grades 4 to 7), Ginger Park paints a bleak but inspiring picture 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....

Pop Up Youth Vaccine Clinic Saturday Near Rosedale Rec

DC Health just announced a pop-up vaccination clinic for youth 12 years of age and older will take place this Saturday, June 26th at Peace...

Applications Open for Events DC Community Grants

Does your non-profit support youth activities in the District? You may qualify for an Events DC Community Grant! The program offers financial support to qualifying...

Free Counseling for Families Mourning COVID Loss

The impact of the coronavirus on the District and the nation should not be underestimated. Nearly 600,000 Americans have lost their lives to the...

CRYSP Celebrates RFK Fields Anniversary

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

Demonstration Calls for Majority Affordable Housing at Reservation 13

On the Saturday, April 24, the eve of the deadline for developers to submit their "Best and Final Offers" to the District for Reservation...

Open Capitol Grounds Symbolize Our Open Democracy

My small bike wobbles on the grey cobblestones as I battle to keep it upright. I desperately want to look behind me, to check...

Climate Change as Art

Fans of the Junk Art Club at Eliot-Hine MS will be pleased to know that the pandemic has not prevented them from staging another...
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