Curious District covers encounters with local culture and design in Washington, D.C. The blog’s first post–written with the help of Eleanor Roosevelt and Albert Einstein–serves as an introduction.
About me: I am a writer, editor, and media-maker who works in print, digital, and video. I have written for the Washington Post, Washingtonian Magazine, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and GW Magazine. I most enjoy covering the city environment and social issues. (More on this at caitlinacarroll.com).
I enjoy being a D.C. resident and have lived here for nearly a decade. Some of my favorite local activities include reading magazines in parks and coffee shops, attending public art gallery openings/documentary screenings/miscellaneous cultural events, sampling food and drink around town, enjoying nature in Rock Creek Park, and looking around vintage/consignment/thrift stores and markets.
Thanks for visiting!
P.S. This is a personal blog–all views are mine.