Lafayette Elementary School On the first day of school at Lafayette, students poured into the schoolyard, both excited and afraid to look up at the sky. Principal Broquard had already made two announcements preparing us to line up and exit...
By the Humane Rescue Alliance Let this little guy solve the mysteries of your heart! Meet Watson, a 7-year-old pup looking to find the loyal companion that he deserves. Watson came to the Humane Rescue Alliance because his previous owner could...
By the Humane Rescue Alliance Meet Roxanne! This 8-year-old petite lady would love to find a forever lap to sleep in! Calm and a bit shy, yet still charming, little Roxanne is searching for a patient owner with a relaxed lifestyle....
By the Humane Rescue Alliance Dulce is a 3-year-old girl who has made quite a journey to our nation’s capital. Originally from Puerto Rico, she came to the Humane Rescue Alliance through a transfer program with the Humane Society of...
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...
A new mural is coming to Tenleytown as early as this month, dressing up the Han Cleaners building with a depiction of the neighborhood’s rich history. The project at 4425 Wisconsin Ave. NW comes from a $36,760 grant from...
Sanah Hutchins, 7, clutched her new plaque to her chest. Her father knelt down to her level and extended his hand, hoping to read the inscription on the front. But Hutchins held firm. “Mine!” she said. It’s easy to see why...
Georgetown resident Skye Bork made history July 1 when she became the first-ever D.C. winner of the national Distinguished Young Women of America scholarship program. The recent National Cathedral School graduate took home $36,500 total to attend Columbia University...
Beryl Radin is exactly the kind of woman you’d hope would write a memoir. She has lived around the world, advocated for some of the most important causes of the last century, worked in government and academia, and won...
More than 100 children descended on the Cleveland Park business district on a recent Saturday morning, eagerly awaiting buyers for the products they’d spent months devising, making and marketing. Customers who strolled through the white tents at the Acton Children’s...

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