The following is a notice from ANC 6D Commissioner Andy Litsky: Dear Southwesters, This morning I received an e-mail from the DC Health Department letting our community know that West Nile Virus had been found present in and around the area of Ft. McNair. Attached to this e-mail are two documents that you may find helpful […]
The Southwest Chamber Players will be performing Verdi’s “Macbeth” tonight 7:30pm at St. Augustine’s Episcopal Church. Their 171st concert will feature Jose Sacin and Harlie Sponaugle. Admission is free! For more information, check out their website at http://www.southwestchamberplayers.org/
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7th Street Landing at 7th and Water streets comes back to life this month with free programming each Thursday through Saturday. On Thursday evenings from 6pm to 8pm, a variety of jazz and blues bands will perform. Friday evenings from 6pm to 8pm will bring bands from different genres. Fitness comes to the landing on […]
Last month the Washington Nationals, in conjunction with DC Public Schools, Warner Brothers, and the Regal Gallery Theater, treated nearly 400 high school students from 14 DC schools to a special showing of the film “42,” which highlights the impact of Jackie Robinson’s legacy on American history. Following the screening, Nationals broadcaster Dave Jageler moderated […]
On Friday May 10th, after 46 years, Reading is Fundamental (RIF) returned home to where it was founded in 1966 by Margaret McNamara: Amidon-Bowen Elementary School. Amidon’s Principal Izabela Miller welcomed RIF President and CEO Carol Rasco, RIF Board of Director Margaret McNamara-Pastor, DC Public Schools Chancellor Kaya Henderson, as well as RIF’s guest speaker, […]