by Dani Rizzo, Digital Director, Humane Rescue Alliance Two-month-old Kyle is pure puppy love! This playful pup came to the Humane Rescue Alliance in April as part of a transport from Mississippi. Since then, our animal care and medical...
British International School of Washington This week the Year 12 class has been making the final preparations for its long-awaited winter festival. This occasion is a unique opportunity that brings together students of all ages. The event will include a...
Sheridan kindergarteners test sleds on a ramp By Sheridan Kindergarteners In kindergarten, we are using little sleds we made to test how far and how fast different materials go down a ramp. First, we built our sleds. We worked with a...
Mr. Magic is super sweet and can’t wait to find a lap where he can rest his rather large head! This big guy loves to be around people, especially when he’s getting all the attention he deserves. At 5 years...
By Anying Guo The holiday season is adorned with theatrical traditions, but there’s nothing quite like Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol,” the timeless tale of the redemption of Ebenezer Scrooge. Ford’s Theatre has produced the play annually during the holiday...
The Palisades might not be the first place that comes to mind when thinking of locations to shoot a movie, but for Shoshana Rosenbaum, it provided a supportive environment to film her narrative short, “Hide and Seek.” Rosenbaum’s nine-minute movie,...
For Love of Children (FLOC), a nonprofit that provides educational support services to help students succeed, started in the height of the Civil Rights movement in 1965.  At its annual breakfast fundraiser last week at the Marriott Wardman Park,...
Lafayette Elementary School Spring has sprung! It’s in the air, and the Lafayette fourth- and fifth-graders were ready to dance on Friday, May 5, when the student council hosted Hollywood, The Red Carpet. The theme of the spring dance was...
British International School of Washington The first week back from half term break has been a busy one, with students recovering from jetlag after the Tanzania trip, returning from the ski trip or finishing off their mock International General Certificate...
Keith Knipling — a Naval Research Laboratory scientist and ultra-marathon enthusiast who serves as president of the Virginia Happy Trails Running Club — openly admits that 100-mile races “can suck.” But the source of his motivation is simple, he...

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