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DC High School Seniors May Attend Pharrell’s Music Festival for Free

Pharrell Williams said all 2022 DC high school graduates will receive free tickets to his "Something in the Water" music festival in DC.

DC Calls for Vaccination of Kids Ahead of Classes This Year

DC officials urged families to get their children up to date with vaccinations before the 2022-2023 school year begins.

DC Universities Reinstate Indoor Mask Requirement

The George Washington University and American University have returned to their indoor mask policy in the face of increasing COVID-19 cases. 

Google Grants $1 Million to Train DC Residents for In-Demand Tech Jobs

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser announced a partnership with Google and a grant of $1 million from the tech giant for the education of DC residents.

DC Public Schools Ends Mask Requirement Next Week

DC Public Schools (DCPS) is making face masks optional for students, staff, and visitors, starting Wednesday, March 16.

Best Acting Classes in Washington DC: For Future Actors

If you feel like you have a natural gift for acting, check out this list of the best acting classes in Washington, DC.

Bowser Announces Tuition Support of $8,000 for Eligible DC Residents 

DC Mayor Bowser launched a program to provide up to $8,000 in tuition assistance annually for residents studying in high-demand career fields. 

Howard Gets $5M From Mastercard for Racial Equity in Finance

Howard University is receiving a donation of $5 million from Mastercard that will be used to establish a data science and analytics center.