The POW!WOW! D.C. festival, in its second year, is a seven-day festival of mural creations. Sponsored by the NoMa BID, several new large pieces are going up throughout the NoMa area.
An amazing storm rolled in at sunset last night, and I was lucky to get to see it on the rooftop deck of the soon-to-open One Hill South apartments.
Protest today in front of the Justice Department, against Sessions’ drug policy.
BalletX of Philadelphia, performing at Union Market as part of the Halcyon Stage pop-up series.
Open house at the EU embassies in D.C.
Demonstration in front of the White House the day after the Comey firing.
Native American climate and DAPL protest tonight in front of the Trump Hotel, in preparation for Saturday’s climate march.
Paint Jam today at Rhode Island Avenue, sponsored by Words Beats and Life. The theme was earth-day, and the 900 foot wall was painted green before the artists started their murals.
For the past couple of years, the Historic Vehicle Association has showcased some classic cars on the Mall. This year they displayed three cars for a week each, in a large glass case on the Mall. The first car was the The second car was the McGee Roadster, a car designed by Bob McGee in … Continue reading Cars at the Capitol