FOOD: Today About Washington’s Food Scene
The Washington Post took the time to show us more than 100 years of food history in DC! Better to think of Washington as a city that moves — and eats — to the beat of its own drum. Here, in chronological order, are the 24 dishes that shaped how we eat in D.C. Photo: Blackie’s House of Beef
TECH: Tech Skills in a Global Economy
From the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia, young women arrived in Washington DC to participate in TechGirls' exchange program to pursue higher education and careers through hands-on skills development training with American technology leaders. Find out how DSLBD and more are taking part.
HOUSING: District's Comprehensive Plan Contemplates Racial Equity
This 231-page report has recent changes that focus priority on affordable housing and racial equity. "Language about urban residence, climate change, and natural and social catastrophes was also added to the document," notes DC Curbed. Read more and make the time to review the report.