Harbour Square Designated Historic Landmark

On February 28, the DC Historic Preservation Review Board voted unanimously to approve Harbour Square’s application for historic designation.  The application was submitted by the owners of Harbour Square, and prepared by architectural historian Peter Sefton. As an historic landmark, Harbour Square takes its place in the District of Columbia […]

St. Dominic Church to offer Mental Health First Aid Courses

Mental health disorders affect everyone. In any given year, approximately 58 million (nearly one-in-four) Americans will experience a mental health disorder. One in 17 adults lives with schizophrenia, severe depression or bipolar disorder, and one in 10 children suffers from a serious mental or emotional disorder. To address this serious […]

Smithsonian Celebrates National Cherry Blossom Festival

With the city in bloom for the National Cherry Blossom Festival (March 20–April 14), the Freer and Sackler Galleries are hosting activities celebrating Japanese arts and design. On the weekend of April 5-7, the Galleries will open with Hand-Held: Gerhard Pulverer’s Japanese Illustrated Books. The exhibit will show how Edo-period artists […]

ANC 6D Meeting Report

About fifty people, in addition to the commissioners and staff, attended the March ANC meeting. It was reported that the National Cherry Blossom Festival will run from March 20 to April 14 this year. You can see or ride all kinds of boats, including paddleboards, paddle boats, sail boats with […]