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June 17, 1972: CREEPs That Go Bump in the Night

It was the middle of the night in June 1972, and while much of the nation slept, something was afoot at a large apartment complex in the Foggy Bottom area of Washington DC. 289 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

Have faith in love

This message seems particularly appropriate for Pride Weekend — and for these completely insane times in general.  I wake up some mornings and just cannot believe the shitshow that is the Trump administration.   8 more words

Graffiti

Landmark Theatres - West End Cinema

West End Cinema offers movies all afternoon at a $2 discount with a valid Student ID! 38 more words

Le Pain Quotidien

Good luck walking by this bakery and not stopping in for some of their incredible treats! 58 more words

Manila House

In 2013, we visited the site of the Manila House. It was an amazing experience to walk in the same rooms described by Bienvenido Santos in his short story, “Manila House.” Since then we have learned more fascinating stories about this place–once the center of community life among Filipinos and Filipino Americans in DC–and together with RMCF and PALM, worked to designate the Manila House as a Literary Landmark through the American Library Association (ALA). 38 more words

Residence

How are you dealing with Foggy Bottom's bad jujus?

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How are you dealing with the bad vibes, and negative energy in the Foggiest Bottom these days?  We don’t care what a billionaire says, but health is wealth, so guard it fiercely and faithfully. 180 more words

State Department

The Man Who Sang “I have decided to follow Jesus”

I heard “I have decided to follow Jesus” today, and it reminded of the man who sang at the Foggy Bottom metro stop in Washington, D.C. 529 more words

Faith