Monday, September 20, 2021


‘Justice for J6’ Rally Flops, Meets Large Police Presence

Law enforcement officers and journalists greatly outnumbered a couple of hundred protesters who gathered at the Capitol...

USPS Explains Delayed and Undelivered Mail in All Eight DC Wards

USPS wrote a letter in response to Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton to explain delayed and undelivered mail in the District of Columbia.

Kennedy Center Celebrates 50th Anniversary With Special Concert

The Kennedy Center is launching its 50th anniversary celebrations by hosting a special concert on Tuesday, September 14.

DC Provides $5 Million Investment for Small Businesses

DC Mayor Muriel Bowser launched a program that will use the SMBX marketplace to fuel $5 million in bonds to small and local businesses.

Smithsonian Collects 9/11 Memories for 20th Anniversary of Attacks

The National Museum of American History is gathering personal stories of the September 11 attacks from the public to mark the 20th anniversary of the tragedy.

Four Green and Yellow Line Stations Reopen Following May Closure

DC Metro reopened Greenbelt, College Park, Prince George’s Plaza, and West Hyattsville stations, which had been closed since May.

New Frederick Douglass Bridge Opens After Three-Year Construction Work

DC’s new Frederick Douglass Memorial Bridge is slated to reopen to traffic on Friday, September 10, following years of work.

National Building Museum Launches New Exhibition to Mark 9/11 Anniversary

The National Building Museum announced a new exhibition that commemorates the September 11 attack on its 20th anniversary.