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The fight to preserve Go-go music, culture, and the people who love it

Imagine you are standing in a dimly lit venue captured by the electricity of bass drums and horns, and melodiously distinct voices permeating through a loud microphone. The sound reminds you of jazz, funk, hip-hop, gospel, and blues but all in a single genre. The energy of people dancing beside you is both entertaining and […]

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Museum spends millions in renovations to emphasize community stories

A community garden, a patio, and a standing exhibit decorated with artifacts are just some of the new renovations found at the Anacostia Community Museum in Southeast Washington. Since its reopening last month, visitors who come to the remodeled museum are able to see what $3.5 million in renovations looks like with a brand-new entrance, […]

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History, hope and skepticism in Southeast DC

Washington, D.C., is one of the most liberal cities in the world, giving Trump a measly 4.1 percent of the vote during the 2016 elections. With a front-row seat to history, it might seem like the deep blue city would be abuzz around the impeachment inquiry. Not everyone in D.C. is excited. The Wash spent […]