“A Neighborhood Evolves,” but the Museum Doesn’t

Because I’m a creature of habit, I returned to my favorite D.C. museum, the National Portrait Gallery, for our assignment to look at the interactivity of an area museum. As I made the walk over, I couldn’t help but think that the thing that makes it so intriguing to me—the simplicity of staring at a […]

The Search for Sassafras

Sassafras is out there somewhere in Washington, D.C. At least that’s what the dog’s owners Jeff Abramson and Beth Edinger hope. From Adams Morgan to North Capital Street to Chevy Chase to American University, the beagle-Jack Russel mix has wandered the streets of the city since getting loose from dog walkers on April 8, 2011. […]

A World Away from the World

Darnell Thompson doesn’t feel any different than anyone else. It’s the world around him that makes him feel different. The world around him judges him because he’s in a wheelchair. “People like to judge a book by its cover,” said Thompson. “I don’t feel no different than I did when I was walking.” I spent […]