Editorial: USNPS plan to ban play around Washington Monument has it all wrong
The breathtaking span of American history rolls out along the Mall in monuments, museums, statues and memorials. The grand space hosts the workings of our democracy and honors the valor, sacrifice, protest and innovation required to protect it.
Is this also the right place for NAKID kickball’s Thursday-afternoon pre-beer games?
Should Frederick Law Olmsted Jr.’s masterpiece — visited by tourists from around the world — be the stage for the Smell the Glove softball team to display the tolls of cubicle life on the human form?
Yes. Emphatically, unequivocally, yes.