Logan Circle Paint Jam
Art / International / News/Media

Logan Circle Paint Jam

By Matt Higgins, contributor, Washington, D.C. The Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC received some new color this week. What started as a small project to paint a couple of new pieces organically grew into a local, national, and international paint jam. The building located at 1416 P Street NW, owned by Jim Abdo, an … Continue reading

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ArchaeoVentures: A Digger & A Diver Chisel Through to the 21st Century for Women In Science
Cultural Heritage / Leaders & People

ArchaeoVentures: A Digger & A Diver Chisel Through to the 21st Century for Women In Science

  Katie Paul and Justine Benanty, founders of ArchaeoVentures, launch today a weekly online video series to advance women in science beyond the stereotypes to feature lively dialogue on current scientific archeological research both in the ground and underwater and in environments with increasingly global political, humanitarian, and environmental challenges. An Anthropologist and Archaeologist, Paul, … Continue reading

Dalai Lama Visits Adas Israel Congregation, Washington, DC
Leaders & People / Tibet

Dalai Lama Visits Adas Israel Congregation, Washington, DC

Today, another Nobel Peace Prize winner was in Washington, D.C.  On a slightly overcast day with rain drops sprinkling from the sky, the Dalai Lama visited Adas Israel Congregation to meet with the community. Following the seven days of the Festival of Sukkot, it was only fitting that on this holiday of Shemini Atzeret, Rabbi … Continue reading