Inspired by the children’s book “We’re Going on a Bear Hunt,” parents and kids spot and track stuffed animals in their neighbors’ windows and yards while taking walks during the days of self-isolation.
Neighborhood newcomer Uprising Yoga Center got people stretching, and then classic rock band the Other Side got people dancing.
What was a construction site between Locks 3 and 4 of the C&O Canal — also the scene of loud protests at the nearby Embassy of Venezuela, climaxing last month — has returned to the way it was.
At press time, nothing was yet decided — either in Caracas or at the embassy on Georgetown’s 30th Street.
All who attended the April 6 event agreed on two things: Ray Kukulski had been a significant presence in their lives and he would be greatly missed.
In addition to paintings, drawings and prints, the American University Museum acquired 900 objects, from ancient terracottas to a nylon piece with “all kinds of herbs in it … full of bugs.”
Del. Eleanor Holmes Norton reported on Feb. 21 that she had introduced H.R.51, the Washington, D.C. Admission Act, and obtained a record 155 original cosponsors.
Burleith Citizens Association members can email firstname.lastname@example.org to tell the judges which decorated home they love best.
Four Nobel laureates attended a Nov. 13 celebration at House of Sweden: Paul Romer (Economics), George P. Smith (Chemistry), Frances Arnold (Chemistry) and James Allison (Physiology or Medicine).
A solemn International Service of Remembrance, attended by representatives from nations involved in World War I, was held at Christ Church on Nov. 11.