May Day 50 Years Ago: The Largest Mass Arrest in U.S. History

May 3, 2021

For many in Georgetown in 1971, the protests were right outside their doors, as traffic was snarled and streets trashed, with tear gas in the air.

May Day 1971: Its Before & After Effects

May 1, 2021

It is hard to describe how horrible the Vietnam War was in 1971. It had been destroying America’s core principles, as the war was not only a mistake but was […]

Rolling Thunder’s Last Ride in D.C. (photos)

May 27, 2019

The 32nd Rolling Thunder First Amendment Demonstration Run, a motorcycle rally in support of veterans that became a Memorial Day weekend tradition, took place on Sunday, May 26.

Profs & Pints: The Tet Offensive (A 360-Degree View)

April 8, 2019

Profs and Pints presents, “The Tet Offensive: A 360-Degree View,” with Erik Villard, military historian and author of Staying the Course: U.S. Army Combat Operations in Vietnam, Oct. 1967 to […]

Profs & Pints: The Tet Offensive (A 360-Degree View)

January 13, 2019

Profs and Pints presents, “The Tet Offensive: A 360-Degree View,” with Erik Villard, digital military historian for the US Army Center of Military History and author of Staying the Course: […]

Weekend Round Up September 13, 2018

September 12, 2018

During this weekend of countries and cultures, you can drape kilts at Dumbarton House, do tai chi in Chinatown Park and, on Sunday, take in a Central American fiesta and an Egyptian accordion concert.