by Lina B., OLV 5th grader Every year, ninety-two schools select ten teachers in the Archdiocese of Washington, DC to be nominated for the Golden Apple award. This year, Our Lady of Victory’s lovely, creative, awesome 5th grade teacher, Mr....
by Dani Rizzo, Digital Director, Humane Rescue Alliance Two-month-old Kyle is pure puppy love! This playful pup came to the Humane Rescue Alliance in April as part of a transport from Mississippi. Since then, our animal care and medical...
For Love of Children (FLOC), a nonprofit that provides educational support services to help students succeed, started in the height of the Civil Rights movement in 1965.  At its annual breakfast fundraiser last week at the Marriott Wardman Park,...
by Eben Gottlieb, Quinn Polly-Reeder, and Kaiyah Saint Firmin In 2nd grade at Sheridan, we are learning to add and subtract with numbers into the thousands, by pretending to work in T-shirt factories. In groups, we started a factory and...
by Danni Rizzo, Digital Director, Humane Rescue Alliance Sweet, spunky, and ready for an adventure—Bull is a favorite of Humane Rescue Alliance staff and volunteers. We’d love to help this awesome pup find a new family here in DC....
by Katherine Rivard Odds are, your tap water is filled with contaminants. You do all you think you can — splash your water into a Mavea, or other filter, and naively gulp it down in hope that it has been...
by Sophie Mindes “It’s hard to be individual.” These words, printed across the staircase at the Cato Institute, encompass some of the themes of the organization’s upcoming art exhibit, Freedom: Art as the Messenger. Through a blind jury process, curators...
Native plants are better for the animals, and us! by Sheridan School's 2nd Grade Science Class We think people should plant more native plants. A native plant is a plant that is from a certain place. Native plants help because...
Ward 3 resident and School Without Walls student Nathaniel Casson recently solidified his record as one of the best teen speedskaters in the US, edging out top competitors to win metal at the National Championships in a field of...
The Washington National Cathedral has been the location of funeral and memorial services for many U.S. Presidents since Congress approved the Cathedral’s charter in 1893. State funerals of recent note were for Presidents Ronald Reagan, Gerald R. Ford, and...

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