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MLK by Moonlight
December 22, 2016 / Monuments, Memorials, Statues / By Kevin Wolf

he monuments in Washington are among the most photographed things in the world. So, getting a unique perspective on them is hard, but a regular photography goal when out and about. I went to the Tidal Basin Sunday for a possibly interesting sunrise given some...

It’s cold outside
December 10, 2016 / Street Photography / By Editor

One of the top locations for street photography in D.C. is U Street. So when a few of us were out walking there one night this week, we were expecting to catch some of the usual action, but it was too cold and there was...

An exploration of DC’s night scene
November 14, 2016 / Street Photography / By Editor

For the past two years, Nana Gyesie has been photographing the District at night — documenting the conglomerate of energies that converge on U Street, Adams Morgan and DuPont Circle. The project, a mix of candid street photography and portraiture, tells the story of a...

Honor Flights Pay Tribute to Our Veterans
November 10, 2016 / Events / By Miki Jourdan

The Honor Flight Network is a non-profit group whose mission is “to transport America’s Veterans to Washington, DC to visit those memorials dedicated to honor the service and sacrifices of themselves and their friends.” Last year alone, more than 20,000 veterans traveled to Washington to...