On September 7, 2021, Vice President of the Hagerty Drivers Foundation, Diane Parker talks about the organizations involvement with the DeLorean from the Back To The Future movies being displayed in Washington, D.C. on the National Mall.
Live music returns to the District of Columbia as COVID restrictions end. A local DC band known as the ROCK CREEK KINGS plays to fanbase that's waited to see them live over the past year.
Check out the short documentary - June 11, 2021.
Meet Caitlin Tuttle and James Beach, gardeners, consultants, designers, but most importantly, advocates for local. Together they started a business in their home of Washington DC.
They take pride in sourcing every plant from farmers and producers local to the DMV and hand delivering to your doorstep.
A day at Rehoboth Beach.
Catholics in Media Associates
The Mayo Clinic.
A short film, mini documentary about the charity basketball game at Georgetown University.
Dating back to the 1970s, go-go's style of "free-flowing" punk has been known in the nation's capital.
Donald Campbell, owner of the Metro PCS store, afifiliated with T-Mobile, recalls many events that took place as the gentrification in D.C. nearly turned down the music and it's rich history.
District of Columbia resident and George Washington University School of Medicine operations manager, Helen Olumilua, receives her second does of the Coronavirus vaccine on February 19, 2021.
During the summer of 2020, a local non-profit organization known as Occupy DC became active in holding law enforcement and politicians accountable regarding police brutality and systemic racism in response to the death of George Floyd during the month of May.
During the winter months of 2021, they've re-strategized their efforts by providing clothes, food and other necessities to those in need around the community.
Learn more at Occupy-DC.org.
A mini social documentary.
A deeper look, from one side of opposition at the Armenian protest at The White House on October 9, 2020 to urge U.S. leadership to sanction Turkey and Azerbaijan over violent attacks on Armenian people.
A mini-documentary from an event at the Spy Museum in Washington DC held by a local animal shelter to find dogs a good home.
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