Drought Conditions Lower Potomac, Keep Canal Boats Docked

September 5, 2023

About five fewer inches of rain than normal for the region dropped this year, which has caused unusually low water levels. The Potomac River, specifically, supplies drinking water to millions […]

Crime: D.C. Summer Crime Spree Continues; Youth Curfew; Local Reports

September 2, 2023

Guns, Yes, But Any Weapons Will Do … Mayor Muriel Bowser and Acting Police Chief Pamela A. Smith cite illegal gun-trafficking in the District as a major factor in the […]

Weekend Roundup, Aug. 24 – 27

August 24, 2023

Happy weekend! It’s crazy how fast summer has flown by. Enjoy the last full weekend before Labor Day with a National Dog Day event, Bourbon Steak’s Summer Somm Soirée, bread-making […]

DC Jazz Festival Launches Cuba Collaboration

May 4, 2023

They say music is the universal language. So, it shouldn’t be surprising that it’s often a tool of exchange in cultural diplomacy.  One of the premier musical cultural institutions in […]

2nd Annual Old Town Festival of Speed & Style

September 2, 2021

2nd Annual Old Town Festival of Speed & Style Returns in High Gear Labor Day Weekend   July 27, 2021 (Alexandria, VA.) – Organizers of the Old Town Festival of Speed & Style presented […]