12 Aug 2016


Ward 6 Day – Shakespeare Theatre Free For All: The Tempest

Please join Councilmember Allen for Ward 6 Day at the Shakespeare Theatre Free For All performance of The Tempest on Saturday, August 27, at 2:00 pm. The Shakespeare Theatre has provided 100 reserved tickets for Ward 6 residents, a maximum of TWO tickets per household. Please request your tickets by RSVPing here.  Tickets will be offered to […]

11 Aug 2016


Reaching Out to the Homeless: Capitol Hill Group Ministry

By Quentin Wodon, August 10, 2016 This week Abby Sypek was the guest speaker at our bi-weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Capitol Hill. Abby is the Community Engagement Coordinator at Capitol Hill Group Ministry. She has worked in homeless services in DC for almost three years and is passionate about ending homelessness in […]

11 Aug 2016


To Do: Weekend August 11th – 14thH

August typically means ghost town here in DC. Those of use left resent the hell out of everyone who is not here and the FOMO is making us hate our lives and question our choices. That being said, I’ll be in Charleston next week. Feel free to check out my pics! Tonight at the Capitol […]

10 Aug 2016



DC Summer 2016 Restaurant Week kicks off Monday, August 15th and lasts through Sunday, August 21st. This is a great chance to try a new restaurant by getting a three-course lunch for $22 or a three-course dinner for $35. Participating Capitol Hill restaurants include Ambar, Art and Soul, Belga Cafe, Bistro Bis, Bistro Cacao, Cafe Berlin and Sonoma. […]

09 Aug 2016

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Running Ragged With Your Dog

By Bonny King-Taylor, the doggy lama, pet coach Here is a really interesting rule of thumb for running with your dog, shared by Dr. Justine Lee, DVM. If the temperature + the humidity percentage adds up to more than 150, Don’t Do It! For example, as I write this, it’s 84° with 71% humidity…at midnight. […]

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