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Saturday, January 18, 2020

Wharf Construction Job Fair

The Wharf will hold a Phase 2 Construction Job Fair for DC residents, on Jan. 24, 10 a.m. to noon, in partnership with the...

When Your Child Finds School a Challenge

School or daycare can be equally stressful for kids and their parents. Your child’s school sends you more emails than your best friend does....

Choosing A Private School for Your Student

You’ve decided to investigate the possibility of sending your child to a private school. You’ve heard that many private schools have smaller class sizes,...

DC Charters 101

During the 2018-19 school year, 66 public charter schools operated on 123 campuses and served more than 43,000 students in grades PK3-12. More than...

What We Learned in Our First Year

Ballou High School Principal Willie Jackson said that his first year as leader of the Ward 8 High School was a transformative experience. “So many...

Depeche Art

Foundry Gallery Foundry Gallery, DC’s oldest artist-run space, placed a call for artists to participate in a group exhibition on view this month. The group...

Celebrate Solar Energy and Local Champions at Solar Soirée

Celebrate GRID Mid-Atlantic’s five-year anniversary and honor local champions of environmental justice, social justice, and workforce diversity. GRID Alternatives Mid-Atlantic is pleased to announce...

Karen Hall Wins American Classic Woman of the Year

Karen Houser Hall, a resident of Capitol Hill, won the 2019 American Classic Woman of the Year Pageant at the historic Lincoln Theatre on...

Shaw Streets

Shaw Wins at RAMMY Awards Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington held its annual awards ceremony, nicknamed the RAMMYs, on Sunday night, June 30, at the...

East Side News

Chicken and Egg Together This time, it turns out, the chicken and the egg came together! That’s the theme of the two-piece sculpture that has...