Destineé writes about this spot perfect for learning about history, nature, or just taking some awesome Instagram photos
The Teen Council writes about their favorite local spots near where they live and work. In this piece, Destineé writes about the nature and history that can be discovered at the National Arboretum, located at 3501 New York Avenue NE.
Sheridan Waters interviews Jaspreet Pahwa, D.C. Public Library’s Interim Director of Capital Planning and Construction.
This article is a part of the Teen Council's Career Corner series, interviewing local professionals on how to succeed in their chosen career path. Sheridan interviews Jaspreet Pahwa, a licensed architect and the Library's Interim Director of Capital Planning and Construction.
DC Public Library is honoring Veterans all month. Read along with us as we discover the stories of Veterans and books about their experiences as they walk the battlefield and the streets of home.
DC Public Library has been honoring Veterans all month long with a variety of special events. The impact of music on the war weary at home and abroad is of special note. Through the years, American popular music has connected those serving overseas with memories of home and hope. Civilians back home often associated pop songs of a given era with life during wartime and family members fighting far from home.
The music of three distinct eras had an emotional impact during a time of war.
The Civil War
The Library's civic engagement coordinator, Diana Veiga, talks to Ginger about fighting voter suppression and making sure D.C. citizens are counted
This fall, the Teen Council will be interviewing local professionals for a series called "Career Corner". The goal of this series is to give teens the inside scoop on what it takes to get different jobs. Check out Ginger Holmer's interview withDiana Veiga, Civil Engagement Coordinator for DC Public Library.