Garnet Hathaway was already doing his part to give back to the community with Hath’s Heroes, his nonprofit that offered behind-the-scenes game experiences to local first responders. But once the pandemic hit, he partnered with DC-based SuperFd to make sure no one goes hungry during this uncertain time.
We chatted with Michael Karlan of DC-based Professionals in the City to see how the transition to virtual speed dating has altered life for DMV singles.
The online publication of writing and artwork serves as a representation of the world we are living in right now, through the creative eyes of local residents.
The permanent public artwork, which features the drawings of 550 community members, students and seniors from around the area, has been named to the top 100 commissioned public space art pieces.
We caught up with Pamela Curran, executive vice president and the chief operating officer of the YMCA of Metropolitan Washington to find out how the organization has adapted since March.
The project started at the beginning of the month to show some kindness and help bring the community together during social distancing. Here’s where to find the art before it’s gone.
Subscribe & Save
From restaurants and shopping, to local events and activities, our monthly magazine is a must-read for anyone living or working in NoVA.Subscribe