The eight-day Tenley WinterFest 2017 will kick off Friday with more than 30 businesses hosting a slate of events that includes the Winter Feast restaurant week, the Yeti Scavenger Hunt and a Winter Market. Tenleytown Main Street, which organizes the...
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...
British International School of Washington On Sept. 25, our school welcomed representatives from the Real World Challenge, an elite STEM competition that includes young adults from all around the world. The representatives explained how the competition consists of three levels —...
Annunciation Catholic School Recently in the sixth-grade language arts class, we have been reading the book “Wonder” by R.J. Pacalcio. It focuses on a boy who has Treacher Collins syndrome and his experiences in school. The book has eight parts...
By the Humane Rescue Alliance Peak is a very handsome, laid-back and mellow boy who is looking for his forever home. From a shelter in Birmingham, Ala., this Southern gentleman is 3 years old with deep brown eyes, a golden...
Meet Sparklie! This little lady is 12 years old and looking for her forever home. As a senior, she is laid back and likes to relax, so a home without children under 12 would be best. Sparklie’s adopter should...
As December descends on D.C. and wreaths, fairy lights and tinsel appear on city streets, international organizations are hosting holiday markets offering local wares, authentic dishes and plenty of mulled wine. The Swedish Women’s Educational Association held a Christmas market...
British International School of Washington As winter slowly turns to spring, life at the British International School of Washington picks up pace. With year 11’s General Certificate of Secondary Education and year 13’s International Baccalaureate exams fast approaching, as well...
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...
Meet Hercules! Living up to his name, Hercules is a big, strong boy. But he’s also a little on the shy side and very sweet! Hercules loves to be around people and snuggle up with whoever will give him some...

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