Take a trip down memory lane and watch this incredible footage of the 82 streetcar line from Eckington, heading through northeast, up to Mount Rainier, Hyattsville, Riverdale Park, and College Park. It's really long, but well worth a watch!
In 1921, the D.C. Commissioners issued a ban on movies that "shock the ordinary sensibilities" with a fine of $5-$45 for the first offense and revocation of the theater's permit for the second. Read more about the Roaring Twenties in D.C.!
Take a trip down memory lane with the Washington Post newspaper from 1969. Also, remember the My Lai Massacre of 1969, when explicit photos were first published by the Cleveland Plain Dealer after Seymour Hersh broke the story.