by The Washington Post The Soul Mega Megafest is bringing diversity on Saturday to the Parks at Walter Reed. “The goal is really to kind of merge the block party culture with the beer festival culture. We don’t normally see those two […]
by Michael J. West, Washington Post In the 1970s, Washington-based Black Fire Records was simultaneously an incubator and reliquary of D.C.’s African American music and culture and a living symbol of the Black Power and Black Consciousness movements. Charvis Campbell […]
By Celia Wren, Washington Post A rare butterfly is winging around D.C. and a celebrity chef would like to serve it for dinner. Great news for foodies, until the chef’s hunt for the insect in a local park runs up […]
by Fritz Hahn, Chris Kelly, Anying Guo and Adele Chapin for The Washington Post’s Going Out Guide Down in the Reeds at the Parks at Walter Reed: Head to the Parks at Walter Reed, the former grounds of Walter Reed […]
By Michele Lerner, The Washington Post Home construction continues to move forward despite the coronavirus outbreak, including for the Hartley, a 323-unit apartment building coming to the Parks at Walter Reed near Georgia Avenue and Dahlia Street NW. Read more here.