photo by Hannah F
I (like many) during the pandemic ended up scrapping traditional wedding plans and opted to elope via zoom and took advantage of the self-marrying options for DC. I don’t doubt that the DC government is drowning in backlogs with much of its workforce remote. However, my husband and I got married on January 1, 2020 and have been waiting VERY PATIENTLY for 3 copies of certificates (that have already been fully paid for) but still haven’t received. I filled in all the appropriate paperwork and THINK we’re married.
However, absent these certificates which are now officially 10 months late…I’m beginning to worry that we aren’t actually married. I’m so curious if anyone else has experienced the same delays?“
D. reports: “Last night on H St, 7:30 pm. White car ran a red light and hit a black SUV (not pictured) and then the white car spun in to…
Thanks to Allie and Phil for sending Sunday: “The State of the Union fence is up around the Capitol, but the grounds are accessible for now.”
11th and E Street, NW “Dear PoPville, Peet’s left the space a while ago, but have seen some activity inside over the last few weeks (painting, etc).
photo by Jeff Vincent You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may…
One of the oldest, youth-led Black History Month film festivals in the Washington Metropolitan area returns for its 20th year, free and open to the public with suggested donations. Solutions Through Film leverages the power of film as a medium