The People's Hearing Dear City Council... Baby Brigade Takes on City Hall Dance Is the Answer Drag Queen Brunch Jenga! Pants-Free Riding Twice Honored Thumb Wars Street Sense Newspapers Cut It for a Cause First Freed, Last Represented Combat Ready? Young Playwrights' Express Tour Cannons of Fort Dupont Superstars of the Sitar Arts Center Tornado Boy Go Figure A Day at the Zoo International Children's Festival The Healthy Children's Art Exhibit I Apologize: A Closer Look at Kiddie Car Thefts Galen Terrace Renovation Ripple Effect: Our Stories Free My City! Birth of the Aloha World Music Ensemble Betsy Karasik: Mid City Artist Home Services Videos Training Contributors DC Visions.org
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The People's Hearing

The People's Hearing

When the D.C. City Council thinks it's more important to fill the District's Rainy Day Fund then pay for needed social services, the people take matter's into their own hands.

Dear City Council...

Dear City Council...

A letter to the City Council expressing disappointment after they refuse to enact a 1% tax increase on the District's millionaires.

Baby Brigade Takes on City Hall

Baby Brigade Takes on City Hall

What do you do when the city refuses to fully fund the subsidized child care program? Send in the babies!

Why we love DC ...

Dance Is the Answer

Dance Is the Answer

Dancers Perform on Freedom Plaza on a sunny afternoon. Why not?!

Drag Queen Brunch

Drag Queen Brunch

Sunday brunch at Perry's in Adams Morgan, more entertaining than dinner and a show anywhere else.

Jenga!

Jenga!

Jenga! The game to play at the Rock & Roll Hotel on a slow Thursday night.

Pants-Free Riding

Pants-Free Riding

The DC Defenestrators bring mischief to the Metro system.

Twice Honored

Twice Honored

Chosei Kugei remembers his days in a Japanese internment camp.

Thumb Wars

Thumb Wars

One, two, three, four, Transformer Gallery declares a Thumb War on all of 'P' Street.

Causes worth supporting.

Street Sense Newspapers

Street Sense

Washington, DC's homeless community finds a way to make money and meet some basic needs.

Cut It for a Cause

Cut It for a Cause

Get a free cut and style at Bella Bethesda Salon if you donate your hair to Locks of Love.

First Freed, Last Represented

First Freed, Last Represented

Descendants of the first enslaved citizens freed by Lincoln after the start of the Civil War, still wait for Congressional representation.

DC Kids!

Combat Ready

Combat Ready

Students learn to fight without hurting themselves in stage combat class. It really looks like it hurts.

Young Playrwrights' Express Tour

Combat Ready

The Young Playwrights' Theater has taught thousands of students the art of playwrighting. Here's a small sample of their work.

The Cannons of Fort Dupont

The Canons of Fort Dupont

Ice Hockey on the other side of the Anacostia River. Who would'a thunk it?

Sitar Center Superstars

Sitar Center Superstars

Sitar Center Superstars: The Sitar Arts Center in Adams Morgan - a place where kids in the community can reach for their creative potential.

Tornado Boy

Tornado Boy

Plummer Elementary School student Antawan Taylor does the Young Playwrights' Theater proud with the production of his first play--Tornado Boy!

Go Figure

Go Figure

Go Figure: Fort Dupont Park, an indoor ice skating rink in Southeast, DC, finds ways to cater to the surrounding community.

A Day at the Zoo

A Day at the Zoo

Animal enthusiasts from all over the country come to the National Zoo to visit their favorite wild beasts.

International Childrens' Festival

International Children's Festival

The Meridian International Center promotes cultural exchange by hosting this International Childrens' Festival.

The Healthy Children Art Exhibit

The Healthy Children Art Exhibit

Children from across the nation make a visual explanation of the importance of health insurance for children. Their work is displayed at Union Station.

Artists we support.

Free My City!

Free My City!

Home Grown Rapper, Rasi Caprice, aka the First Rap President, raps about his number one cause, statehood for DC.

Birth of the Aloha World Music Ensemble

Birth of the Aloha World Music Ensemble

Brother Ah, world renowned composer, musician and music director, puts together a musical group to celebrate the inauguration of President Barrack Hussein Obama.

Betsy Karasik: Mid City Artist

Betsy Karasik:  Mid city Artist

Artist Betsy Karasik talks about what inspires her.

A few old favorites.

I Apologize: A Closer Look at Kiddie Car Thefts

I Apologize

Crime committed by youth in Washington, DC is such a common occurrence that it only makes the news if someone ends up dead. I Apologize shows a version of events not often explored by the local news.

The Renovation of Galen Terrace

The Renovation of Galen Terrace

Residents of Galen Terrace take advantage of DC's First Right to Buy law and keep their building from being turned into expensive condominiums that they couldn't possibly afford.

The Ripple Effect: Our Stories

The Ripple Effect

Statistics tell us that one in four American women will become victims of rape. Statistics do not tell us how many of those women become survivors. In this segment, one survivor tells her story.

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