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Wafa on Home

To me, Bahrain is home, but I still think of myself as someone from D.C. I really love this city, and know more abo...

Danny on Danny Harris

Danny Harris interviews Danny Harris.

Marek on Listening to George Clooney

One day, I was playing basketball with George Clooney and he asked me, through a friend because I didn't speak Engl...

Aminate on Being a Blessing

Everyone calls me 'Ma,' even the older folks, because I am a giver. I feed the hungry and help the needy. When you ...

Tony on Being the Mayor of Congress Street

I can fix any car out there. If it has four wheels, I can take it apart and put it back together. Now, I work by my...

Pasquale on Streets Paved with Money

Here, we could have taken some lessons from Mussolini on how to handle the Mafia during my early years in D.C.

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...

Ann on Being a Korean Export

My husband is over six feet and I am under five feet. I said, I can't marry you. You are too tall! I wanted to go t...

Pastor Gregorio on Her Prayer for the City

Through being a pastor, I have met so many people from all walks of life in this city. I have learned to love them ...

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...

Meaza on Bringing Her Kids to Washington

The United States has been good to me, but I hope that my children will like it here. I think that my daughter will...

Atilla on Learning from the Beatles

When The Beatles got on stage, the place went berserk. I never saw so many crazy people in my life. You couldn’t ...

Nicole on the Last Remnants of Italian Life on North Capitol Street

Back in 1932 when the Catania bakery opened, there were Italian stores everywhere here. This was an Italian neighbo...

Rita on Not Playing the Game

Sometimes, I think that things here are too controlled and people do not want to get out of line.

Musie on His Love of Coffee

If you go to Asmara, Eritrea, you will see that every corner has coffee. I grew up hanging around coffee shops and ...

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