Blessed Sacrament School Every spring, the March Madness basketball tournament takes place, composed of the top college teams. But March Madness is not solely about watching the games, as it really brings together everyone, especially my friends and me. I...
Lafayette Elementary School Lafayette’s Pass The Poetry, Please event took place last Wednesday evening, and with it came many families to hear eight fifth-grade students from each of the five classes share one of their poems before a crowd in...
British International School of Washington This week was our first week back from our much-needed spring break. From IB and IGCSE exam practice, to various extracurricular activities students hit the ground running. Most notably, for the last couple of weeks our...
By the Humane Rescue Alliance Dena is a 5-year-old lady who is so ready to find her forever home! She came to the Humane Rescue Alliance when she was found tied up and in serious need of medical attention. Thanks to...
“The Power of Color,” reads the title on the front page of an issue of Ebony Magazine from 1995. The magazine, along with hundreds of other Ebony Magazine covers that span the last 50 years, adorn the walls at the...
British International School of Washington Last week, the British International School of Washington issued its first edition of Amplified. It replaces The Atlantic, our original school newspaper. When creating Amplified, the team’s main goal was to produce a fresh take on...

Two exhibits organized by SPAIN arts & culture showcase the rapid rise of Spanish design and architecture internationally. “Alternatives” and “Export,” both currently open at the Former Residence of the Ambassadors of Spain, 2801 16th St. NW, bridge the domestic...
Susan Meehan inched down her front steps, two of her own publications tucked under her arm: “Talking to the Night” and “The Color of Truth,” each a collection of poems centered around the changes D.C. has experienced since the...
Last week, we suggested holiday presents with D.C. connections. This week we’re doing the same — but with a focus on the offbeat. Wow friends and family with reclaimed, 100-year-old wood furniture, vintage art or a distinctly D.C. walking-tour...
Emerson Preparatory School Most high schools require a standard physical education (PE) course for students. The class often consists of mandatory strenuous activities, excuses to get out of playing kickball or running a mile, and drill sergeant-like teachers, creating a...

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