27 Mar 2015

Dining:

#BarMadness15: Introducing the Sudsy Sixteen

Hey everyone, and happy Friday! You have voted and retweeted us, and shown amazing support for your favorite bar – or your favorite bar that made it into the original 64 at any rate. We realize that if it didn’t, we are kind of dead to you. The field has officially narrowed again and above, […]


27 Mar 2015

Dining:

Bayou Bakery Opening on the Hill in Early May

Last May, we let you know that Bayou Bakery was coming to the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital. Those of us who have been waiting impatiently ever since will be pleased to know they’ve announced an opening date of early May 2015! Chef David Guas – recently voted Best Chef by the residents […]


26 Mar 2015

News:

Potholepalooza Begins, Won’t Quit ‘Til It’s Done

As I was driving/giving myself a road massage down 6th Street NE the other day, I was wondering just how many potholes DC boasts these days, and who will repair them, and how fast. As if by artifice, this week (specifically, yesterday) Mayor Muriel Bowser launched DC’s yearly #Potholepalooza campaign. Honestly, the name alone gets […]


26 Mar 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of March 26 – 29

Gloomy chill aside, it’s spring! Let’s get to acting like it. Tonight start the weekend with Hitchcock, Peck and Bergman with Spellbound. This is the final in a film series which has focused on the use of psychology in the films of both Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles. (I am SO bummed I missed Touch of Evil.) Following […]


26 Mar 2015

History:

Feel Strongly About Historic Preservation? These Are Your People! Dick Wolf Memorial Lecture Scheduled for March 27

Do you get a sick feeling in your stomach when you see a demolition ball ready to swing on Capitol Hill? Or perhaps you’re more of an “out with the old, in with the new” thinker? Either way, it’s hard not to notice the more anomalous houses and office buildings that occasionally pepper rows of Victorian, […]