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General Discussion June 12, 2013 at 6:15 pm

Intern activities

I am interning here for the summer living in the Capitol Hill area. Finding it somewhat difficult to connect with many other interns – especially over 21. Any suggestions of events I could attend to help facilitate opportunities to meet other interns or local spots where interns tend to frequent or gather? I know the locals find many of the interns comical etc. but I’m just trying to make the most of the experience and do miss my typical very active social life.

Announcements May 20, 2013 at 2:29 pm

Found dog (small black & brown shaggy female in Mt. Pleasant)

From the Mt. Pleasant listserve:
Found small, scruffy black and brown female dog found wandering on Lamont between 18th & 19th. Very friendly, but no identifying tags – only a flea collar. 
If this is your dog, or you may have information on who it belongs please email courtsmith16 at gmail or text 828-228-2308.  

Home and Garden April 17, 2013 at 2:32 pm

Recommendations for Wallpaper Hanger

I have a small wallpaper job (one wall in a bathroom) but I’ve heard horror stories about the difficulty of hanging wallpaper so I’d love to hire someone to do that.  Anyone know of someone who hangs wallpaper and would be willing to squeeze in this little job between others, perhaps?  I live in the Columbia Heights/Petworth area.  Thanks!

Announcements October 2, 2012 at 7:47 pm

Local Domestic Violence group needs your help!

Dear Community Member,
Every October, the Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project (DVRP) joins our community in recognizing Domestic Violence Awareness Month, a time to honor the courage of survivors and celebrate the incredible strides that we, together, have made toward ending domestic violence.
This year, Domestic Violence Awareness Month brings a sobering and unprecedented challenge: as a result of budget cuts, DVRP has recently lost our largest source of funding.  Without your help, DVRP faces severe cuts to our programs—and may be forced to close our doors on the survivors and children who rely on our services.  DVRP must raise a minimum of $80,000 in order to continue serving as the lifeline for the A/PI community.
For nearly two decades, DVRP’s trained bilingual and bicultural advocates have worked with hundreds of survivors to help rebuild their lives—sometimes after years and multiple cycles of abuse.  As the sole pan-Asian organization dedicated to serving A/PI survivors in DC, Maryland, and Virginia, DVRP is often their only line of support when their safety is threatened.  We counsel survivors, provide them with safety planning and peer support, accompany them to court, help them apply for jobs, and refer them to legal and medical services.  DVRP also works tirelessly to raise awareness in communities where the issue of domestic violence has long been a source of shame or stigma.
DVRP has a history of making the most of our resources in even the leanest of times, beginning in 1996 as an all-volunteer organization and now serving a client base of over 85 survivors with just two full-time staff and a dedicated team of advocates and volunteers. That’s why your support this October is more important than ever: every dollar donated will go directly toward sustaining programs that save and support lives.  Together, we can fight for DVRP’s programs and ensure that A/PI survivors still have somewhere to turn. 
Please visit our fundraising page at or send a check to:
Asian/Pacific Islander Domestic Violence Resource Project
P.O. Box 14268
Washington, DC 20044. 
Thank you for your support of DVRP and survivors of domestic violence.
Mariam Rauf
President, Board of Directors

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