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Berlin Wall Exhibit at Union Station

2019 is the 30th anniversary of the beginning of the end for the Berlin Wall (the deconstruction didn't finish until November 1991). To mark the occasion, the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation is sponsoring a small exhibit in Union Station's Main Hall. The display, open for viewing November 6–12, will feature six panels depicting the history of the wall and highlighting the stories of individuals who perished trying to cross it.

The Census Bureau Is Hiring 

It's almost time for the 2020 count of U.S. residents, so the Census Bureau is now hiring part-time workers to assist with the effort. The hours are flexible, and the weekly pay starts at $25/hour, with training expected to begin early in the new year. The bureau has told us they are looking for 400 people just in the NoMa area, given how rapidly the neighborhood has grown since the last census — and more than 500,000 across the nation, so there's plenty of opportunity if you are looking for part-time paid work. Interested? Learn more at the 2020 census website.

Emporiyum Returns to Union Market

The Emporiyum is back in D.C. November 8–10! Grab your foodie friends and head to Dock 5 for a one-of-a-kind food marketplace. Discover delicious foods and purchase great gifts and top-quality products from a lineup you won’t find anywhere else. This three-day event is always a hit, so be sure to purchase your ticket today.

Meet the Talented Artists Working at
These NoMa-Adjacent Studios

Longtime home of D.C. artists 52 O Street Studios (shown above right) and new arrival Stable Arts are both holding open houses the afternoon of November 16. Stop by 52 O St. NW and 336 Randolph St. NE between noon and 6:00 p.m. to say hello and see what more than 30 artists are creating.  

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