Saturday, December 3, 2022


Best Candy Stores in Washington DC: For Sweet Enthusiasts

What makes life better? Sweets, of course. Whether it is candies or chocolate that you crave, here are the best candy stores in Washington DC.

Metro Begins Fining Fare Evaders on Buses and Trains

The Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (WMATA) started issuing fare evasion citations as of Tuesday, November 1.

DC Issues Update on Vision Zero Traffic Safety Initiative

The District Department of Transportation revised the its Vision Zero program that aims at reaching the goal of zero traffic-related deaths.

Top Hypnotherapy Centers in DC: Be Open-Minded, Give It A Try

While resolving our problems, we sometimes need to open ourselves to new ideas. Here are the best hypnotherapy centers in Washington DC.

Humane Rescue Alliance Temporarily Removes Adoption Fees 

The Humane Rescue Alliance, an animal shelter based in DC, has waived adoption fees for dogs and cats this weekend.

DC to Build Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure With $17 Million Fund

The District Department of Transportation will be granted $16.6 million in federal funding to build out electric vehicle charging stations.

National Gallery Of Art to Reopen Ice Rink in November

The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is preparing to open of its beloved ice rink on November 26, weather permitting.

DC Sues Chemical Company for Polluting Waterways with Cancer-Causing Toxin

DC AG Karl Racine filed a lawsuit against the chemical company Velsicol, saying it has contaminated waterways with cancer-causing chemicals.