Washington DC surges with a dazzling array of redevelopment. Depending on your perspective that is good or bad. It is, however, good for tourism.
Though technically located below a Southern state, DC has always felt more Northern, including today.
Howard, National Museum of African American History & Culture & MLK Memorial
Restaurants & Nightclubs
There’s been a lot of change in the restaurant & nightclub scene of DC.
Few Black Churches are more distinguished than Metropolitan AME
Shops & Galleries
Though battered by the pandemic, Black boutiques are making a comeback.
U Street-Shaw District
You’ll love black culture and fear for its survival in this district.
Spas & Innkeepers
Select spas will make you feel at home for a Mani & Pedi.
No matter how many times you visit, the Capitol monuments always astound.
How many times would you like to see the words “FREE ENTRY”?
Abolitionist & Civil Rights Movements
Mary McLeod Bethune, and Mary Church Terrell highlight its legendary activists.
Aside from family-focused Smithsonian Museums on the Mall, a Zoo visit also delights.
Consider Georgetown, Adams-Morgan, Southwest District, and Foggy Bottom.
A thank you for his incredible service to the nation.
There are so many, where to start?
Tiger Woods AT&T Tournament
The phone giant’s golf tournament brought out the Tiger in his prime.
March On Washington
Our MOW leaders also marched for fair access to jobs that we enjoy today.
From Marches To Black Mayors
DC has had a notable list of Black Mayors since the 1960s.
National Museum of African American History & Culture
NMAAHC is far & away the best Black Museum in America.
Martin Luther King Jr. National Memorial
This worthy memorial to the most iconic Civil Rights Hero
Washington DC Trivia & Famous Residents
Interesting stuff you might not know