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Danny on Danny Harris

Danny Harris interviews Danny Harris.

Tracy and Josh on Fighting for D.C.

I used to work in the Maryland State Legislature, and people there felt like they could progress up the ladder and ...

Beverly on Hand Dancing

Each dance style has its different rhythm and movements. In Baltimore, it is a little jerky. In Norfolk, the foot p...

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, ...

Brianna on Being a Howard at Howard

When my professors ask me to introduce myself, and I say Brianna Howard, I always get a chuckle because of the Howa...

Herman on Being a Minority in Reverse

I look back on my life and realize that my upbringing is a little different than most. We were the only white famil...

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...

Maudine on Her Only Regret

My first perception at Howard in the 50's was that all of the young men were impoverished because they wore short p...

Sheila on Being Miss Senior DC

One of the funniest things about the pageant for me is that my maiden name is Queen. Would you believe it? As a chi...

Andrew aka Padre Caedes on Live Action Role Play

When people ask me about live action role play, I describe it as football...with weapons. This is a place where you...

Jerry on Hearing Marvin Gaye on the Radio

Every Thursday night, me and some friends would join a bunch of other guys from Spingarn High School on the corner ...

Dorothea on Memory

I graduated from high school during the Great Depression. I was admitted to a teacher's college, but I didn't want ...

Jim on Being a Witness to History

Our community has long been built on sharing the history and traditions with the people before and after us. I reme...

Linwood on 40 Years of Gutting Fish

And after 40 years, I have probably cut off more fish heads and scaled and gutted more fish than anyone you will ev...

Father Clifford on St. Aloysius Gonzaga Church

Because of the declining parish, we face the real possibility of closure in the near future. No one wants to the be...

Kent on Park View

Park View is a smaller neighborhood that, unfortunately, tends to get misrepresented or lost. I have a tendency to ...

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