Excited to get invited to see The Hive today when it was empty except for a small group. The Hive, at the National Building Museum, was built by Studio Gang using 2,700 paper construction tubes.
Fireworks over the Potomac, as seen from Jones Point Park, with the D.C. skyline and miniature Capitol in the distance.
Amazing to see the Flying Wallendas up close, at the Smithsonian Folklife Festival.
The Listo Trapeze Volant troupe at the Folklife Festival.
The Gay Glitter Dance party was a protest against the Senate health care bill, sponsored by Werk for Peace. Starting at Union Station, the group marched down to Mitch McConnell’s house and had a dance party there in the street, complete with biodegradable glitter and confetti.
The Equality March for Unity and Pride took place in D.C. on Sunday morning June 11, starting at Farragut Square and marching past the White House and down to the Mall. It was part of Pride weekend in D.C., taking place in between the parade on Saturday and the Festival on Sunday afternoon.
The March for Truth was on Saturday at many locations in the U.S., with the D.C. event held by the Washington Monument. The purpose of the marches was “to call for a fair and impartial investigation, for the pursuit of truth, and for the restoration of faith in our electoral system and the Office of … Continue reading March for Truth
The National Cathedral was bathed in orange light on June 2 to remember the victims of gun violence. At 9pm, the Cathedral Bourden bell (a mourning bell) tolled 93 times, representing the 93 deaths per day through gun violence.