Schools in Northwest, The Current is eager to read and publish School Dispatches for the 2018-2019 school year. Indeed, our schools have tons of intelligent students. And we want to read about their daily activities. Email your dispatches to newsdesk@currentnewspapers.com!
Students from the Hardy Middle School in northwest DC won the gold and silver medals and tied for bronze at American University’s third annual “Optics Olympiad,” a science fair and competition for DC middle-school students in science, technology, engineering, and...
by Katherine Rivard After over 23 years of crafting his daily column in The Washington Post, each with exactly 770 words, oh the sweet relief Bob Levey must have felt to sit down and let out his first novel,...
For the third installment of our 2017 holiday gift guide, we’re focusing on certain categories of present recipients we haven’t yet mentioned. Are you looking to please a beverage aficionado, cosmetics fiend or baby/toddler? You’ve come to the right...
Meet Bruno! If you have been looking for the consummate “lap dog,” Bruno is it! This 11-year-old with a sweet personality cannot wait to find a warm human to cuddle with. While small and “senior,” Bruno is still active...
By LEE STURTEVANT The DC Line In 1919 a triple murder on Kalorama Road NW galvanized Washington. The victims were Chinese diplomats, all shot to death in the Chinese Educational Mission. The Metropolitan Police Department police quickly charged a 20-year-old Chinese...
Meet Frida! This Torbie is hoping for a new home. Frida is an independent girl who enjoys being brushed and pet behind the ears. She had a rough start, coming across a little frightened and shy. She would do...
Annunciation Catholic School Seventh-grade science at Annunciation Catholic School is definitely a complex and fun subject, especially what we are currently learning. This year in science we are learning about life science/biology. While at a glance biology may not seem...
The Junior League of Washington, a nonprofit focused on women’s empowerment, will host its Holiday Shops fundraiser on Saturday and Sunday in Dock 5 at Union Market, 1309 5th St. NE. More than 70 merchants will participate in the...
by Katherine Rivard Washington is filled with two types of people: those committed to preserving history at the  incredible museums and universities, and the many politicians and policy wonks, excited to shape the nation’s future. This same mix of...

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