Vibrant paintings containing magenta, turquoise and violet, along with black and white sketches and photographs, brighten the Pepco Edison Place Art Gallery walls and picture window in Northwest thanks to District students who produced the original art for the High Tea Society-Girls Connected inaugural “Civili-Tea” Citywide Creative Expression contest.
Wider name recognition, years of local and national political experience, and more than $2 million in campaign spending were major factors in Don Beyer's victory in the June 10 Virginia Democratic primary race for the 8th congressional district seat.
How do Northern Virginia and Greater Washington area commuters spell relief? S-i-l-v-e-r L-i-n-e.
Roughly 450 people gathered Friday at the Plymouth Congregational United Church of Christ in Northeast to celebrate the life of Acie Byrd, who died May 13 after a long battle with cancer.
Many Alexandria residents and tourists never bought a hot dog, snow cone or salad from food trucks in that city. But in six weeks, that will change.
The family of a toddler who some call “the youngest domestic violence victim” turned personal tragedy into a vehicle for giving back to domestic violence victims in D.C.
Hundreds of local activists recently packed a meeting room in a popular restaurant and bookstore. They showed up to hear a minister whose protests in North Carolina shined the spotlight on legislative attacks made on the state’s civil rights and social justice programs by its conservative lawmakers.
The city council in Alexandria, Va., passed a $638.8 million general operating budget for fiscal 2015.
TransAfrica President Nicole Lee announced Thursday she will step down after eight years in the position.
Five African-American newspapers published in Staunton, Va., early in the 20th century will be available for public view on Thursday, May 1 in the Richmond-based Library of Virginia, 800 East Broad Street.