Category

News
Save your money with this list. From Georgetown to Prince George’s County, there’s plenty to do in July around the DMV. Advertisements (1) Summer Concerts in the Park Continues in Falls Church Description: “Beginning on June 17, enjoy live music from local bands and musicians every Thursday night starting at 7:00 p.m. in Cherry Hill...
Continue Reading
As cities start to loosen restrictions, more and more activities are returning this summer in the DMV. Here are a few of my favorites. I’ll update this list throughout the month. These events are subject to change, verify before you go. (1) Summer Concerts in the Park Series – Falls Church Description: “Beginning on June 17,...
Continue Reading
(1) Parker Curry releases new book  (2) Ballou Senior High School valedictorian receives honor (3) D.C. church celebrates the wisdom of two members, both over 100 years old (4) Chef Kwame‘s life story to play out in new movie (5) Wale lends voice to cell phone’s store go-go fight (6)Viral comedian honored at BET award ...
Continue Reading
I thought about transitioning to natural hair more than twenty times in college. Fear was the one thing that held me back every single time. The thought of doing the “big chop” scared me and I didn’t have the patience. I also knew that I wanted to pursue a career in broadcast journalism, which required...
Continue Reading
I look forward to October/Fall, for two reasons: My birthday  Howard Homecoming  I had a great birthday, thank you all for all the birthday wishes! View this post on Instagram I’m just getting started, don’t pay attention to the clock ⏰. ▫️ ▫️ #birthdaysuit #islandvibesalways #onlygettingbetterwithtime #lifeisbeautiful #nothingisamistake #newseason #changescoming #staytuned #21again #libraszn #powercolor #curves...
Continue Reading
Several individuals have expressed disappointment, via social media, following many of the events that have transpired during Black History Month (stories that I won’t rehash). I move that Black History Month be hereby, cancelled and rescheduled for a later date, subject to availability. Do I hear a second?… — Bakari Sellers (@Bakari_Sellers) February 22, 2019...
Continue Reading
Since July, we’ve heard a lot about K2 overdoses in the District. To answer some of your questions, I spent an entire day learning more about the deadly synthetic drug and the challenges that city officials are facing. What I learned: I discovered that K2 is a cheap drug that is mainly used by those...
Continue Reading
Yes, we all know Howard University wins every time when it comes to throwing a good party but we also know how to celebrate in other ways. There are dozens of events happening this week and it’s not all happening in a club. Here’s a list of, mostly FREE, events you can enjoy.   Thursday...
Continue Reading
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Howard Homecoming is one of the most magical experiences known to man. Ok, ok, so I’m a wee bit biased when it comes to this one. I haven’t missed a Howard Homecoming since I graduated in 2013. Even with jobs in Harrisonburg, Va. and Louisville, I always...
Continue Reading
1 2 3

Subscribe

Get updates from Anna-Lysa each month.