A protest aiming to push back against a developer’s alleged failure to high enough DC residents for construction projects turned ugly last week, with Councilmember White issuing apologies for attending and promoting the event.
GW Medical launched a clinic specifically for those suffering from “Long COVID,” a new entrant in the pandemic’s vernacular describing people who have lingering, rotating symptoms months after initially contracting the virus. Patients can get personalized evaluations and recovery programs while voluntarily participating in research for long-term effects of covid.
It’s day three of early voting. If you’re planning to vote in-person either early or on Election Day, you can get free or discounted rides to a polling place. Participating vendors include Bird, Jump, Lime, Uber, and Lyft.
Submit a snapshot of your 2020 experience to the Phillips’ Community in Focus project to document our collective year. These need not be ~profesh~ photos: show your “bravery, humor, sadness, creativity, and kindness--human emotions that connect us all.”
One of the most visible ways the dead are honored is through art. Hear from sculptor and maskmaker Zarco Guerrero about the role masks play in this celebration and tour his studio in Arizona.
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