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.
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.
Pyroxotic at the Funk Festival on U Street, with a fantastic fire performance.
Demonstration in front of the White House the day after the Comey firing.
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 Gypsy Rose 1964 Chevrolet Impala lowrider. The car is a classic low-rider from LA, … Continue reading Cars at the Capitol