The inaugural D.C. Wine Week draws to a close this Saturday with an official “Wine Down” at D.C.’s One Lounge. Started on Oct. 15, it offers a celebration of wine, winemaking and local vine culture. It also offers a chance to discuss the role of alcohol in Christian households.
Georgetown University’s Peter Nesbitt, class of 2012, has a hectic schedule. When he’s not studying or taking tests, he’s preparing for internship interviews or maintaining his social life. Despite this, there’s no place he’d rather spend time Thursday than McPherson Square, helping “Occupy D.C.” protesters there find employment opportunities.
The Ultimate Fighting Championship’s Jon “Bones” Jones will walk into “UFC 140” on Dec. 10, as its light heavyweight champion. He’ll take on 17-2 Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida at Toronto’s Air Canada Centre in a winner-takes-all brawl. Regardless of the outcome, he’ll walk out with his staunch faith in Jesus Christ.2 comments
Martin Luther King, Jr.’s status as an American icon was cemented Sunday following the dedication of a memorial in his honor. Now standing tall near the Tidal Basin, the memorial symbolizes his defense of civil rights and religion in the eyes of Washington D.C.’s African American and Christian communities.
Grassroots activists will converge on McPherson Square Thursday and provide “Occupy D.C.” campers with employment opportunities, giving them an alternative to public protest.