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Danny on Danny Harris

Danny Harris interviews Danny Harris.

Josef on Making it Count

Working at an underground sex club taught me about hard work and humility. I got paid $9 an hour to pick up rooms a...

Jim on Capitol Hill Books

In my years here, I have sold lots and lots of books. Overall, I mainly sell fiction, and mostly to women. Though, ...

Kim on Claiming Our History

"To me, it is incredible how Whitman spoke through the generations to people like Hughes, and so many other writers...

Mark on the Beauty of Silence

Miming doesn't make me think that words are less important. Words have their separate functions in life. A former t...

Isaac on Getting the Best and Worst of D.C.

I made a decision to leave the neighborhood and never move back after my sister was murdered in 2002 by her boyfrie...

Qin Xi Lin on Reuniting with His Family

I like America, but living here is hard. I have to do everything myself because I have no family or friends here. I...

Dan on Feeling Whole

In India, I went to a fundamentalist Christian school all of my life where we never talked about sex ever...I mean,...

Annie aka dj vANNIETY Kills on Creating a Diverse Dance Floor

To me, the diversity is so important because I grew up in a very traditional Vietnamese home. I had a long progress...

Sidney on Discovering His Love of Painting at 95-Years-Old

I can't believe that I am having my first art show at almost 96-years-old. Sometimes, I feel like this is happening...

Hollywood on Being a Brick in the Foundation

Doesn’t matter if people are getting a haircut or not, they come because it is a meeting place.

Michael on Architecture

For me, architecture is sculptural. It is not a static thing. We have a great deal of responsibility for how our sc...

Philippa on Bringing Venetian Canals to Washington, D.C.

A few years ago, I had this idea: how can I bring canals to Washington, D.C.? After all of this time, I am excited ...

Collins on Something to Think About

The only thing that gets me about checking IDs is that next year, people born in 1990 will be 21. Dude, are you kid...

Edmund on THEARC

Do you know how many times I have been told that THEARC is the best kept secret in the city? Despite the progress h...

Jeff on Building a House of Washington

These weird leftover lots in D.C. give an architect the opportunity to do a building with an exciting shape without...

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