Category Archives: Articles

Freelance Reporting

DC Program Matches Residents with Jobs

Sad White Civil Rights Rally Dwarfed By Counter Protesters

What to Expect for ‘Unite the Right 2’ Rally and Counter Demonstrations

New Sanctuary Coalition’s local fight to keep immigrant families together

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Howard University News Service

DNC BRINGS CHANGES TO READING TERMINAL MARKET

103 DAYS THE KAMALA HARRIS WAY

Veterans Honored With Housing and Haircuts

Citizens Leery of Mayor’s Criminal Justice Proposals

Halloween Fun: Monster Vehicles Bring Southeast D.C. Community Together

The agony of growing up with parents behind bars

Region Dodges Hurricane’s Worst; Stays Ready

Southeast residents wary of Guardian Angels

Caucus Explores Black Women Behind Bars

Mystics, Wizards get Ward 8 basketball arena

WORKING THE POLLS: ‘CAN I GO BRUSH MY TEETH NOW?’

 

D.C. Spotlight Newspaper

METRO SCENE – TransElated: Breaking new ground in fashion and culture

METRO SCENE – Tyler Perry “House of Payne” star creates OnePlate America “for the Kids”

Legendary Author and Poet Maya Angelou dies at 86

METROLINK – Puff Daddy to deliver Howard U. commencement, despite objections

IN THE SPOTLIGHT WITH WENDY THOMPSON – Jennie Forehand: Beloved State Senator retires, leaves behind a smoke-free Maryland and more

MY STORY – Life after the Olympics: A lesson in sports and business

Top 10 List of the Most Interesting People – Brett Burch: A 9-year-old D.C. businessman talks about Obama and great aspirations

Top 10 List of the Most Interesting People – Kaylee Dobbins: 10-year-old’s program gives helping hand through “Jolly Good Deeds”

Winston Groom, author of “Forrest Gump,” talks “Aviators” in new book

METRO SCENE – Howard University president addresses campus shooting and coming changes

METRO SCENE – Facebook’s Sandberg discusses gender inequality at Howard U, launches initiative

METRO LINK – Z-Burger: 15,800 Free burgers to furloughed worker, setting a national trend

METRO SCENE – Gray: “Yes” to Wal-Mart, residents refuse low wages