June will close out it’s rainy, hot month with a great performance by JaneliaSoul at the next Petworth Jazz Project on Saturday, June 29th, starting at 6pm at the Petworth Recreation Center (8th & Taylor Streets NW).Read More
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“Baby” is a White Goffin Cockatoo that went missing on Sunday, June 16th from near Buchanan Street and Georgia Avenue NW. Baby is white with peach coloring under her feathers and beak, and yellow coloring around. She also a great dancer.Read More
The 6th Annual Kennedy Street Festival is happening on June 22nd from 12-4pm in parking lots and in front of businesses along the the 300-800 blocks of Kennedy Street NW.
Here’s all the details!Read More
Join the Petworth Arts Collaborative on Sunday, June 23rd from 11am-6pm on the 800 block of Upshur as they participate as one of the satellite “pARTners” for the By The People Festival, a free arts and dialogue festival presented by Halcyon.Read More
The first Petworth Jazz Project of the 2019 was, in my opinion, one of the best so far. Baba Ras D led off the night with music for the kids, and boy oh boy do the little people love Baba. The rain stayed away, Timber was slinging pizza, and the spray park was on for kids. And the Joe Herrera Remix was phenomenal.Read More
If you’ve found yourself walking around our beautiful neighborhood admiring the flowers and wondering what you’re looking at, we’re here to help. Welcome to "Petworth Blooming,” a series that features some of the most common plants seen around Petworth.
This month we look at foxglove, iris, evening primrose and more.Read More
“For me, being Miss Wheelchair DC is a way to be more social and comfortable with the position that I’m in. I want to show other people that there are people like me, that are in a wheelchair, that are female, that are struggling – and not struggling – on a day-to-day basis.”Read More
I am an owner of two pitbull: my girl’s name is Precious and my boy’s name is Max. I love them both so very dearly and can't imagine being without them. It saddens me to know that there are laws that are intended to protect people but are hurting animals and pet owners.
Ed note: We’re pleased to publish the article below from Toni Blakeney, a senior at Capital City Public Charter School.Read More