Wednesday May 15
Queery: Holly Goldmann
Holly Goldmann says she can't stay serious for more than a few minutes at a time.
Remains of William Taylor White (1837-1852) donated to Smithsonian with his coffin and clothing
The Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History recently acquired the remains, clothing and coffin of William Taylor White, a 15-year-old boy who was buried in Washington, D.C. in 1852.
The Daily Beast
The Target Effect
In rapidly gentrifying northwest D.C., there are few places where yuppies and longtime locals happily mix.
Huffpost Hill - The Sequester Hates Your Mom
An entitled white guy from a rich and influential family arrived in Washington today and somehow this was news.
WIDN Design Network
New affordable 32thirty-two Apartments opens in NW Washington DC
A new affordable housing scheme, named as 32thirty-two Apartments, has opened in NW Washington DC, which has been designed by architectural practice Grimm + Parker Architects by embracing various sustainable design elements.
Sherwood: Insight Into Ongoing Gray Investigation
A group of Native Americans are arguing against the name and want the team to lose trademark protection, which doesn't cover disparaging names.
Vandals Deface 'Serenity' Statue in Capitol Heights
Vandals have defaced the white marble statue "Serenity" in Meridian Hill Park in Columbia Heights, slapping black paint and garish red smile on the statue that is listed in the catalog of the Smithsonian American Art Museum.
Club Engages GED Candidates
Georgetown students will teach business and entrepreneurial skills to GED diploma candidates in Columbia Heights through Venture Forward, a new club focused on education and mentorship that officially launched this month.