Flickr user LaTur submitted this dramatic photo of Arlington National Cemetery to the FamousDC pool. The photo is eye-catching and a powerful remembrance for Memorial Day, and always.
When you work on the Hill, certain tasks can take over the time you spend at the job. You’re not exempt from this if you don’t actually work for a Senator or Representative on the Hill, either. The Capitol Hill reporter gets sidetracked too. We asked former and current Hill reporters how their time is spent at work. This week, we have how a Capitol Hill reporter’s day can sometimes be divided.
Meet Reid Wilson. World traveler, former National Journal Hotliner, former Washington Post reporter and now Congressional editor and chief political correspondent with Morning Consult.
Are you going to the 20 year anniversary party for Yahoo! in DC next Tuesday, May 19th? Because we are.
Jim Havard took a beautifully exposed photo of the Capitol building all lit up with the “flower moon” in the background, and submitted it to the FamousDC Flickr pool.
Meet Harry Kline. He’s been immersed in startup culture since throughout his career in DC, so he thinks on a different plane. As an example, his contact form doubles as a date request form. He’s currently with Event Farm as a Market Manager. You can learn more about him and request a date at his website, harrykline.com.
The Surreal McCoys playing at Blind Whino, a hip new venue and art space in SW DC, this Friday May 1 to celebrate the launch of their new album The Howl and Growl. The event will benefit a local DC charity.
This photo was expertly taken at dusk, capturing the Thomas Jefferson Memorial at the magic hour, through branches of cherry blossom trees.
Tiffany Haverly is the Communications Director for Congressman Phil Roe, M.D.
Meet Jeff Sheely, co-founder of Urban Stems. He’s on a mission to bring on-demand happiness to everyone in the city, by bike. Read more about the mission, and how soon is too soon to send flowers after a date.