25 Aug 2016

To Do:

To Do: Weekend of August 25th – 28th

Slowly the city is creaking back into action. The public school kids are back and the Rose’s line-waiters are in full employment. What’s happening this weekend? Tonight, taste the history of Balvenie Scotch at the Hill Center. You will learn the history of The Balvenie, and taste the award-winning 12, 14, 17 and 21-year-old Balvenie marks. […]

24 Aug 2016


Celebrate Women’s Equality Day at Our Newest National Monument!

If you haven’t yet been to the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument, Saturday’s special event would be a great chance to make it your maiden voyage. Back when it was the Sewall-Belmont House, we were invited to take a peek and tour the exhibits of the only museum dedicated to chronicling and keeping a living […]

23 Aug 2016

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Going From Harassed to Hopeful 

By: Bonny King-Taylor, the doggy lama, pet coach “Hey, thanks for telling me that I’ve been a jerk. I promise I’ll never do that again!” Said no one ever. But isn’t it funny how we seem to habitually focus on trying to fix problems, rather than celebrating when things actually do go well? It’s generally […]

23 Aug 2016


Hill Buzz

D.C. Streetcar project gets off on the wrong track for many locals (Washington Times) Residences, Artist Incubator Space Planned For Star and Shamrock Building on H Street (Urban Turf) Whole Foods is Slightly Delayed, So What? (Frozen Tropics) This DC park is pretty much the definition of desolate. How can the National Park Service change […]

22 Aug 2016


Ward 6 Update from Charles Allen

We are lucky to have a friend as well as a Councilmember in Charles Allen. He and his team periodically send a Ward 6 update. We are sharing the latest one, in case you missed it.  Does it feel a bit like summer is winding down? Schools are getting back in session and Labor Day is […]

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