In honor of World AIDs Day (Tuesday, December 1), Safeway’s Pharmacy, in partnership with community organization Us Helping Us (UHU), is offering FREE HIV testing.
The goal was to plant 200,000 by 2020, and with just weeks until the end of the year, plantings at community events around the District are helping to meet the challenge.
Just in time for falling temperatures to have us seeking shelter in heated venues, family, friends, and film fans still have a great safe and socially distant drive-in movie option to watch great classic cinema together under the stars.
No Cherry Blossom Festival Parade for 2021, but there’s a new virtual Fall 5k to benefit the National Mall’s Cherry Tree Endowment.
The Capital Jewish Museum is about to break ground — and is set to open Spring of 2022 in Downtown Washington, DC.
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announced that it will be resuming some on-site and digital programming initiatives in advance of the 2021 season, which is set to begin on January 14. This limited in-person slate of programming will remain flexible in… Read More
Take note! Traffic laws are changing in DC. The default speed limit on the streets of the nation’s capital will be slowing from 25 mph to 20 mph beginning Monday, June 1, 2020. Some streets will even be as slow at 15 mph. This is… Read More
Social distancing? Self (or otherwise) quarantined? There is now a live, round-the-clock streaming view of the cherry trees at the National Mall Tidal Basin coinciding with the start of spring and peak bloom. The Trust for the National Mall and The National Cherry Blossom Festival… Read More
The Park View Farmers Market is the latest of DC’s nearly 30 farmer’s markets. A year-round Sunday market, Park View Farmers Market will open January 12, 2020 at Hook Hall (3400 Georgia Avenue NW), operating from 9 am until 2 pm. Not only is Hook… Read More
The Union Market District’s highly anticipated Latin marketplace, La Cosecha (1280 4th Street NE) has been bringing out crowds for its soft opening events — like the Latin America and The Caribbean Creative Fest last weekend — but it will officially open this week with a… Read More