20 Jul 2016


Movement For Black Lives Activists Shut Down DC Office Of Fraternal Order Of Police

As we noted on Twitter this morning, a #BlackLivesMatter protest is blocking Massachusetts Avenue at Stanton Park this morning. This is part of a two-day #FreedomNow actions movement during which “organizers and activists committed to building a better world for our community and for generations to come are engaging in activities to speak up, take action and confront state […]

19 Jul 2016

Capitol Hill:

Ward 6 Day at the Icebergs

Today was Ward 6 day at the National Building Museum‘s Iceberg exhibit. An hour before the museum opened to the general public, Ward 6 residents could get in to see the hottest (coolest?) exhibit in town – for free! As an extra bonus, councilmember Charles Allen was there, as well. A few pictures from the […]

13 Jul 2016


ICEBERGS at Ward 6 Day at the Building Museum, 7/19!

Once upon a time, the National Building Museum was in trouble. The recession, which hit the whole country hard, was making it difficult for the museum to keep providing excellent and through-provoking exhibits through the lean times. Even though it was (and still is) a haven for parents and little busy ones, and therefore a […]

08 Jul 2016


Ugly Mug’s Rooftop Open Soon!

The Ugly Mug, 723 8th Street SE, is a favorite go-to place to grab a cold one and watch sports of all kinds– in addition to being a destination all its own for Nats fans, when their trusty golf cart shuttle is up and running. For instance, you can catch the Euro 2016 final this […]

08 Jul 2016

Capitol Hill:

Memorial to be Held for Ed Copenhaver, Mentor at Frager’s and in the Community

When you walk into Frager’s Hardware you can count on great service with an attitude to match. Work ethic like that doesn’t just happen. Ed Copenhaver, a former owner of Frager’s who died June 27th, was the leader up front and behind the scenes. The 73-year old long-time Hill resident modeled such helpfulness and warmth […]

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