Tymara Walker posts on youtube (thanks to all for sending links):
“This is the original recording of the woman (well… me ) singing in Union Station in early December. I’m celebrating new life, life after being a DV survivor, now I’m just victorious!
Enjoy your holiday”
The Washington Post reported:
“Walker said there have been a lot of life circumstances of late that moved her to want to hold an impromptu one-song performance in a Metro station. After years of hardship — an abusive relationship, a traumatic divorce and then a period of homelessness as she worked to get back to financial independence — Walker said things had finally started looking up in the past year. She’s remarried now, “to my Superman hero.” She has steady work doing what she loves: singing. And she felt as if she could finally afford to buy some nice things for her children for Christmas.”
1750 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW Thanks to E. for sending from Penn and 17th NW.
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Since our ‘snow dog’ season was a bust this winter, happy to supplement with Blossom Dogs! If you have/get a good photo, please send your pup’s photo to [email protected] and…
NoMa in Bloom
NoMa in Bloom Festival returns to Alethia Tanner Park on Saturday, April 1st, from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.! The free National Cherry Blossom official event includes free kite kits for kite-making and flying, live music from DJ Mathia Broohm, an artisan market curated
Women Brewers & Distillers Tasting at metrobar
Join us for a celebration of beer and spirits from these amazing local women! Tickets are $25 and get you tasting pours of many of their beers and spirits, plus learn about these local libations from the women who create