By the Humane Rescue Alliance Kenny is 10-month-old bundle of sweetness! His long body, short legs and beautiful brown eyes along with his tricolor coat will win your heart, as his cuteness level is off the charts. Kenny came to the...
By Avery Anapol, Current Correspondent In the District and numerous other U.S. cities, decades of racial inequality have been linked to housing-related discrimination — from rules that explicitly blocked certain races from buying or renting a given property, to mortgage...
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...
Scents can be powerful. Perfume & Seduction, a special exhibition now on view at Hillwood Estate, Museum and Gardens through June 9, 2019, explores the history of perfume bottles and accessories from the early eighteenth through to the early...
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....
British International School of Washington Despite it only being early in the term, outstanding progress has already been made both on a personal and academic level. Most notably, this week our school welcomed Zahra Hussein back from London. Late last year,...
by Filipe Limao, Sheridan School 4th Grader In January, the fourth grade children at Sheridan began using FitBits. They are using them to challenge their health and stamina during their fitness unit in PE. Every weekday, they go down to...
Meet Wiggly! As you can guess, Wiggly’s name says a lot about her. She is a happy, energetic young gal who can’t wait to find her forever home. Wiggly ended up at the Humane Rescue Alliance after she was found...
When local second-grader Sanah Hutchins wrote a letter to North Carolina-based artist Matthew Willey asking him to paint a mural at her school, she wasn’t even sure she’d get a response. She certainly had no idea that he would...
By JASON WILLIAMS In a town where long-standing institutions are increasingly contouring themselves to contemporary audiences, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returned to Washington to present new works that remain true to the company’s roots. On Feb. 6, the John F....

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