On World Water Day and the 50th anniversary of the signing of the Clean Water Act, environmentalists make call to designate the Potomac River as swimmable again.
No Taxation without Representation! Last week, national educational and advocacy organization DC Vote welcomed Washingtonians to its second annual 3 Star Ball at the NAR Building Rooftop. Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton and Councilmembers Brianne Nadeau and Kenyan McDuffie were among the notable attendees that were on hand to take a stand for equal representation for District residents — meaning statehood, or at least equal voting representation… Read More
It’s impossible to stop caring about children once people fall in love with helping them out, says Maria Estefania, President of the Board of Bright Beginnings, a 24 year old benefit program that has been making a lasting difference in the DC community. And on the cusp of… Read More
DC Vote held its first annual Three Star Ball last week at the NAR Building Rooftop, taking an opportunity to recognize a few individuals for their stand on equal representation for the Capital City. Council Chair Phil Mendelson and Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton were just… Read More