Washington D.C. News

  • In The Mixx Fridays

    On any given Friday night, the U Street corridor is bustling with a rather unique blend of hipsters, young professionals and students from nearby universities. At Indulj Restaurant and Lounge, a small eatery nestled just steps away from the U Street Metro station, you can also catch Marlee in ...

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  • Author’s Corner

    Title: This girl’s life: Being the child of a war veteran Author: Michelle Brown Michelle Brown was in Chicago, the third of four children of Kenneth and Della Haugabrook. She’s been married for 14 years and has four children of her own. She finished her first book in 2011 and says it has ...

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  • Four DC Students Tapped as 2014 Milken Scholars

    Four outstanding high school graduates, two from District of Columbia Public Schools and two from District of Columbia Public Charter Schools, have been selected as 2014 Milken Scholars and were honored at a Recognition Dinner on July 12. They are among a class of 24 exceptional students from ...

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  • The Hill Announces Social Media Contest

    The Hill, publication of record for policy influencers inside and outside Washington, recently launched the first-ever social media contest for its famed “50 Most Beautiful People” list, recognizing the Beltway’s best-looking men and women. Five nominees will compete for votes on Facebook and ...

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  • Howard U Remembers Professor Tritobia Hayes Benjamin

    Dr. Tritobia Hayes Benjamin, recognized as one of the leading authorities on African-American women artists, including Selma Burke, Annie E. A. Walker, and Loïs Mailou Jones, died on June 21 after an extended illness. Benjamin served Howard University with distinction for 42 years, from her ...

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  • Limbaugh Attacks D.C.’s Busboys and Poets

    Radio personality Rush Limbaugh, known for his racist tirades, attacked popular D.C. bookstore, Busboys and Poets, because “it dissed his two children’s books.” The ultra-conservative talk show host was upset that the executive director of Teaching for Change remarked on a ...

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  • Soul Food Day Party to Kick Off at Aqua Lounge

    On July 12 at 3-8pm, come out for the Soul Food Day Party at Aqua Lounge, located at 1818 New York Ave. N.E. D.C. At the event, enjoy an afternoon full of great food prepared the talented Chef Ron Reid. Tickets are $10 online, $15 in advance and more at the door. For tickets, call: […]

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