28 Apr 2016

To Do:

🌱FONA Plant Sale Happening 4/29-4/30!

Are you a fan of gardens and especially, are you a fan of the United States National Arboretum? Then this post is totally for you because you need to go–RUN, DO NOT WALK– to the 26th Annual Garden Fair and Plant Sale. The sale starts Friday April 29 (ARBOR DAY!) for members from 10-1pm, and for non-members […]


28 Apr 2016

Capitol Hill:

Sneak Peek at WETA on the Hill

WETA is currently working on a piece on neighborhoods, and as part of that, they interviewed me about Capitol Hill and its alleys. As anyone of you who knows me understands, I do not say no to the opportunity to talk at length about topics that interest me. Even if you stick a large camera in […]


27 Apr 2016

Sponsored Post:

Get happy this weekend at Volunteer Capitol Hill

  What if we told you there was an easy way to get happy? What if we told you it made other people happy too – and it was free? The key to happiness? Volunteering! Get happy this weekend at Hill Center’s annual Volunteer Capitol Hill volunteer fair. From 10 am-1 pm on Saturday, April […]


27 Apr 2016

Podcasts:

With Love, For You: Meditation!

It can get a little stressful, going around and having to adult every day. This is why I sat down with Heather Markowitz from With Love DC and put together a little meditation for all of you out there. Just click directly on the SoundCloud link– skip directly to about 5:55 so you can go […]


25 Apr 2016

Shopping:

First Look: East City Bookshop

Since the demise of Trover’s and the Barnes & Noble in Union Station, Capitol Hill has been bereft of new book stores for adults. Used book lovers still have Riverby, Capitol Hill Books, and the frequent sales at the Southeast and Northeast libraries. Fairy Godmother continues to serve the younger set. However, adults looking for the […]


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