Banking on Industrial Equals Dollars and Sense

Mega-banks like JP Morgan and Bank of America dominate the financial services landscape today, but there’s still room for smaller institutions whose leaders have mastered prudence, forecasting and can instinctively take calculated risks, like those at Industrial Bank which just ...

Gray, Partners Shape Anacostia River's Rebirth

When Mayor Vincent C. Gray signed the “Sustainable DC Omnibus Act of 2014” into law, among a number of things, it also marked the official kick off a multi-year, multifaceted plan to clean up the Anacostia River.

D.C. Youth Collaborate with Grammy-Nominated Artist Kokayi to Remix Marvin Gaye

This summer, the Humanities Council of Washington, DC's youth leadership program, Soul of the City, answered that question by creating a digital humanities project inspired by music legend Marvin Gaye's life, music and politics and their own reality.

WalkingTown DC to Return in September

This fall, Cultural Tourism DC and its presenting partner, Events DC, will host its 15th annual WalkingTown DC, returning with more than 50 free, guided neighborhood walking tours from Sept. 15 to Sept. 21.

Gray Dedicates New Chuck Brown Memorial Park

Celebrating what would have been Chuck Brown's 78th birthday, Mayor Vincent C. Gray Friday posthumously honored the life and legacy of the go-go legend at the new Chuck Brown Memorial Park at Langdon Park in Northeast.

Race-Based Hate Crimes on the Rise in D.C.

A report released this week by D.C. police reveals that while hate crimes in the District declined in 2013, others specifically based on race rose by nearly 40 percent.

Unrest Roils Ferguson

As authorities released the name Friday of the Missouri police officer who fatally shot a black teenager over the weekend, thousands nationwide have voiced their disgust and anger at what they say is yet another shooting death of an unarmed ...

Festival Promoted Peace, Achievement Among Youth

Those who attended the Art of Peace Comm-Unity Festival enjoyed hot dogs and hamburgers, listened to live go-go music and watched a fashion show on top of the Gateway Pavilion at the St. Elizabeths East Campus in Southeast.

Swimmers Take the Plunge for Victory

Swimming tops the list as one of the best forms of exercise, practically working all of the muscles of the body and improving strength, cardiovascular fitness and endurance. However, a group of youth between eight and 18 have added fun ...

R.I.S.E. Demonstration Center Offers Computer Training and More

More than 100 citizens welcomed a highly anticipated new tech space located in Southeast that once served as a neighborhood chapel.

Bowser Wins Backing of AFL-CIO Labor Council

The executive board of the Metropolitan Washington Council, AFL-CIO announced Monday their support of D.C. Council member Muriel Bowser's mayoral bid.

Marion Barry Selects Lindsay as New Chief of Staff

D.C. Council member Marion Barry (D) announced recently that Charles L. Lindsay will replace Joyce Clements-Smith as his chief of staff.

Festival Celebrates African Music, Culture

Thousands of people immersed themselves in the music, food and art of the Motherland last weekend during the DC Africa Festival, an annual celebration of Washington D.C.'s growing African community.

Mentors Take Youth to New Heights

A Central Florida mentorship group has committed itself to exposing at-risk male students to new ways of seeing the world and envisioning their future.

Marion Barry Addresses Parking Tickets, Medical Emergency

Former Mayor of the District of Columbia and Ward 8 Council member Marion Barry issued a statement regarding the unpaid parking tickets, and last week's hypoglycemic attack.