My first time seeing an Ultimate game, which was great. In the season opener, the DC Breeze beat the Toronto Rush in front of a large crowd at Galluadet field. Some of the best parts were the interactions with the fans, especially the young ones as the players entered and exited the field. Mayor Bowser … Continue reading DC Breeze
The Japanese street festival was held at Yards Park, as part of the cherry blossom celebrations.
The Emancipation Day fireworks are really awesome each year, since they are set off in the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue and you are allowed to stand less than a block away from them.
The annual Kite Festival on the Washington Monument grounds, part of the cherry blossom festivities.
In front of the House of Representatives tonight, Congresswomen Nancy Pelosi, Gwen Moore, and Jan Schakowsky spoke to the crowd.
I went out this morning to see the Stella snowstorm. Not much accumulation, but still it was pretty wandering around Union Station, the Capitol, and the Supreme Court.
Ndume Olatushani was in prison for 27 years for murder before his conviction was overturned in 2012. During his imprisonment, he turned to art to cope. He’d had a tough life before his imprisonment, including committing lesser crimes, and now dedicates his life to helping stop the “cradle to prison” pipeline that affects at-risk youths. … Continue reading The Cradle to Prison Pipeline
Sunday March 12th, along Constitution Avenue.
On International Women’s Day, Women Workers Rising held a march and a rally in John Marshall Park.
Native Nations Rise is erecting a teepee encampment on the Mall, in view of the White House and Washington Monument, to protest the Dakota Access Pipeline. The encampment will remain up for four days.