Where we talk about stuff (happening in and around D.C.) we didn’t always write about but is still something you may care to get all riled about and comment on. So, without further ado – today, in other D.C. media sources:
- Polish crochet artist Olek will be “yarnstorming” the Albert Einstein Memorial tomorrow–by the National Academy of Sciences on Constitution Ave–sometime between 4:30 and 6 pm. This is not an official museum happening, though she is using her guerilla crocheting tactics to raise awareness of the upcoming exhibition, 40 under 40: Craft Futures. Check out some other examples of her crazy/colorful/fantastic crochet work here.
- Due to the really fun heatwave we’re still experiencing, select D.C. community pools will once again be open for extended hours, both today and tomorrow.
- Need more fashionable outings in your life? Gilt City’s Marissa Schneider takes us through her favorite District hangouts and some stylish outfits to wear to them. (via Refinery 29)
- On July 1 around 9:30 p.m., 35-year-old Edgar Francisco Aguilar was struck by a car Arlington. Police released this video in the hopes a witness may be able to provide information about the driver and/or vehicle. Did you see this terrible accident? (via HuffPost DC)
- Get a glimpse into the life of DC’s interns. (via TBD/WJLA)
- On August 4th you might see a lot of breastfeeding. It’s the date of the national “Nurse-In” on the National Mall–but to breastfeed in public or not to breastfeed in public and what’s it all about anyway? Urban mom and writer Leslie Jones weighs in. (via Borderstan)
- And finally, if you can’t make it to London for the Olympics, here are 10 ways to enjoy British culture in DC. (via Washingtonian)