Tag Archives: Washington DC
Last Saturday afternoon, I walked around D.C. in search of some holiday cheer. I hadn’t been feeling the Christmas spirit, and decided to get myself out of the rut by seeing what wintertime activities were taking place in town. Can’t say I was totally successful, though. In a city with no shortage of flags, it […]
Falling leaves and layers of clothing.
Newseum. First Amendment.
I got to check out FRESHFARM Market in Dupont Circle for the first time last weekend. Conveniently located right outside the metro station (Q Street exit), it is open every Sunday from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm. Everything sold there is grown or made locally (DC, MD and VA region), and an information table is […]
Pennsylvania Avenue, between 3rd and 6th Streets. Washington, DC. Culture, food, music, costumes, performances, street dancing, etc. Fun times!
The annual Army Ten-Miler here in DC was held last Sunday. Although organized by the United States Army, it is open to everyone and is the largest ten-mile race in the country with more than 30,000 participants this year. These participants included some Wounded Warriors — injured soldiers who either wheeled through the course or […]
On that sunny Tuesday morning of September 11, 2001, lecture finished early in Mr. Fraunberger’s AP Biology class. We were all just sitting around, talking, and waiting for the bell for second block to ring when our principal went on the PA system to announce that a plane had just crashed into one of the […]