Due to growing concerns about the Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) we are postponing “She Is..” (date TBD). This is a proactive decision to protect the safety and well-being of attendees and employees. All tickets purchased will be refunded.
This afternoon Monumental Sports and Entertainment put out a statement that no drastic changes will be made. “All concerts and events being hosted at Capital One Arena are currently planned to go on as scheduled at the direction of their respective promoters” They will update as they continue to get status from event organizers. They […]
Georgetown University will move to “virtual learning” classes until after Spring Break on March 16th due to CoronaVirus concerns. In a statement that can be found on their official website, Georgetown University Said: Beginning on Monday, March 16, Georgetown University is moving all classroom instruction for all of our schools to virtual learning environments. We […]
Hundreds of worshippers from the Christ Church, Georgetown are being asked to self-quarantine after a church rector was diagnosed with CoronaVirus COVID-19. In a press conference, the Rector, Reverand Timothy Cole has been hospitalized. CNN reports that the church organist also tested positive with COVID-19. That person will self-quarantine at home. RELATED: Churches Take Precautions For […]
As fears about the Coronavirus COVID-19 spread all across the world, one woman here in the district is working on how to prevent the spread of the virus. Adilisha Patrom owns a co-working and event space next to Gallaudet University. Patrom saw an opportunity to help the prevention of the virus and set up a […]
Today it became official! Go-Go is the sound of D.C.! Mayor Murial Bowser signed the go-go bill to make what all native Washingtonians already knew and felt, documented. https://twitter.com/MayorBowser/status/1230244958067658754?s=20 This signing started to come together nearly a year ago in efforts to preserve DC’s own and unique music genre. After the Metro PCS controversy last […]
Teaching Black history to students has always been a part of the curriculum in American schools. The accuracy of it, however, and the necessary context for that type of instruction hasn't always been there, to put it mildly.
The wealth of Black people in America and the gap between other racial groups has been well documented, but that doesn’t mean Black folks don’t have any money to spend.