21st Annual Holocaust Remembrance Program at Lincoln Theater

Those touched by the Holocaust – survivors, rescuers, liberators, resisters, or witnesses – remind us of what can happen if prejudice, hate, and intolerance against any individual or group of people are not challenged by each one of us. The Federal Inter-Agency Committee on the Holocaust Remembrance will hold its 21st Annual Holocaust Remembrance Program at the […]

Randall Recreation Center March Report

During this month, Sasha Bruce Youthwork worked to improve signage, provide new programs and events, and improve Randall’s presence in the surrounding community. We added additional program signage on the I & South Capitol Street sides of Randall as well as lawn signs spaced down I Street. The newest program at Randall is Zumba, which […]

Visions from the Forests at National Museum of African Art

Visions from the Forests: The Art of Liberia and Sierra Leone is the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art’s gift to the public in celebrating its 50th year anniversary. Perhaps no art form brings together the creative efforts of so many diverse skills as the traditional African mask. Sculptors, performers, musicians, participants, and attendants are all […]

Smokey Joe’s Café Comes to Arena Stage

Just how long can popular music stay popular? Two musical events occurring in Southwest DC in May feature music that has long since proven that the answer might be “forever.” It’s hard to imagine American pop music without “Hound Dog,” “Jailhouse Rock,” “Stand by Me,” and “Love Potion #9.” What would American music have been […]