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Ghanaian/Diaspora Film from Akosua Adowa Owusu at the Anacostia Arts Center

After nearly 3 1/2 years of living in DC, I visited Anacostia for the first time yesterday.  The Ghanaian-American (she is the only member of her family born in the US and I understand she has a northern VA background) filmmaker Akosua Adowa Owusu was… 163 more words

First Interview : Stories We Tell Ourselves In Order To Live

The time to release an interview has finally come! I’ve spent a lot of time working and reworking my interviews all the while trying to convince people to let me interview them without a sample to show them. 48 more words


20 Things You Learn Growing Up In Washington, D.C.

1. The cost of living here makes you seriously consider joining Sugardaddy.com.

2. Everybody knows each other in some way. You have a third cousin twice removed that lives in Antarctica? 363 more words

Which Metro Stations Have Incited Developer Bidding Wars?

New development around Metro stations continues to pick up steam (pun fully intended). Major developers have been putting in bids around the Navy Yard, Grosvenor-Strathmore, and Morgan Blvd (out by FedEx Field) metro stations, and the competition is hot. 475 more words

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The Wildest Part of Washington DC

We all have a stake in what happens to our rivers, but perhaps none more so than the wild neighbors who share our urban waters and green space. 78 more words


Anacostia Story

The Anacostia River was abused and neglected for more than a century, becoming one of the nation’s most polluted rivers, right in the heart of Washington DC. 81 more words

Anacostia Project Events

The Anacostia Project events in March.

March 21: Mayoral Candidates Forum on the Environment in Washington DC: The Anacostia Project will be providing prints and an image projection about the wildlife and habitats in the Anacostia River watershed. 117 more words