What’s Going on D.C.? We’re back with another week of all things D.C.
First up, the District’s new Covid-19 vaccine guidelines will now allow residents ages 16 to 64 with specific medical conditions to recieve the vaccine starting March 1.
Jeff Bezos, the creator of Amazon and the richest man in the world, is reportedly linked to the Washington Football Team as the new majority owner. D.C.’s own social media influencer and the star of Little Women ATL, Mera, has become Savage x Fenty’s first little person ambassador.
Congratulations goes to D.C.’s own Jeff Tribble Jr. and his new partnership with ROI water, the world’s most magnesium-rich natural mineral water.
D.C. artist Goldlink makes a new fashion statement with a jeweled-out face mask. At least it’s not a 24 million dollar diamond in his face, lol. Step aside Lil Uzi.
It’s award season and the DMV’s own Miniskirt Myrt got creative and made her own “Look Mama I Made It” Awards. It’s just for us who have been desperately missing outside. In “that ain’t happening this year” news, the beloved Washington D.C. Auto Show has postponed until 2022 due to covid restrictions and regulations.
The Covid-19 death rate has risen to 500,000 in the District. As an honor to those who lost their battle with the pandemic, D.C. National Cathedral rang the bell tower 500 times to honor those who passed.
Hey Brentwood! The historic DMV is officially closed. Residents will now have to go to the new Deanwood location at 1421 Kenilworth Ave, NE.
As time is passing us by, being stuck in the house, all you can do is realize how old we are getting and how much things are changing. Well there’s an epic DMV meme making its way around town and let’s just say if you are a real D.C. native you will get every picture. Watch the video below.
Virginia’s own Missy Elliott remix’s it for Beyonce’s Ivy Park with her Icy Park video. Do we know anyone who can compete with that?.
Professional Network, Active Rain, has published its list of ‘Four Awesome Reasons to Move to Washington D.C. Can you guess the four?
The are for the diversity, for the job opportunities , for the green spaces , and for the museums.
In contrast, here is our top 4: the culture, the food, the nightlife, and for the lingo
Ladies & Gentlemen, this sums up What’s Going On DC.
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