DC area history doesn’t get old, it’s archived right here on the Washington Area Spark site.
We have a number of different ways to access older posts. All of the methods are accessed on the right of your computer screen or by scrolling down near the bottom of your mobile device screen.
Having trouble accessing older posts?
You can check our most “recent posts” with the most recent article listed first.
Doesn’t go back far enough?
Check our archives that are organized by month posted.
Want to see what’s been hot recently?
Check out the posts currently accessed by others at the “Top posts and pages” by clicking on the image.
Do you know the decade of events you are most interested in?
Our “Categories” is organized by decade. Click on it and select the years you desire. All the posts that are written about something in that decade will come up.
Searching for something in particular?
Put your search terms in our search engine.
Interested in a particular subject?
Click on the tags displayed and they’ll bring up the posts that use those key words.
Oh, you wanted to see our images
They are organized in the following manner:
The most recent images posted going all the way back to our first posted image.
In order of the most recently dated image going all the way back to the oldest dated image
By albums, which are groups of images that are related or of the same event.
You can search our Flickr feed by putting your search terms in the Flickr search engine at the top of the Flickr page
You didn’t know we had videos?
Check out our videos on youtube
Want to stay in touch so you get the latest posts?
Follow our posts by Facebook by “liking” our page
Subscribe to our flickr feed by clicking on the “follow” button at the top of the Flickr page.
Follow our posts by e-mail by hitting the “Follow” button on the right of your computer screen or near the bottom of your mobile screen
Follow our posts by hitting the “Follow” button at the top of the WordPress page.
E-mail us at Washington_Area_Spark@yahoo.com and we’ll see if we can help you.