23 Sep 2015


Unveiling of Student Art on Hine School Project Fence

Come out next Tuesday, September 29 to see the unveiling of the student art work that will decorate the Hine School Project fencing for the next 20 months. The art was created by students from 27 schools on Capitol Hill to create unique and powerful pieces of art. In addition to the unveiling, there will be […]

17 Sep 2015


Chupacabra Needs YOUR BELLY (Diet? What Diet?)

Hey you! Want to eat for free at Chupacabra Taqueria? Then sign up for their amateur food-eating contest at H Street Festival! Eat as much as you can in 8 minutes, our of a truly palate-dazzling array of possibilities: a Cubano pork sandwich, a Venezuelan arepa and eight tacos of your choice. You can shimmy […]

17 Sep 2015


To Do Weekend of September 17 – 20

Heeeeeey, It’s H Street Festival Weekend! Totes looking forward to dudes passing out in front of my house in the middle of the day, terrifying my middle schooler. (This really happened last year.) Kidding! Big fan of the festival. Just wish it were just tad less popular… What else is going on this weekend? Tonight […]

20 Aug 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of August 20 – 23

For DCPS kids this is the final weekend of summer which, while SO SO WELCOME, seems wrong since Labor Day is still two weeks away. Regardless, it’s still summer so we must continue to summer on. Tonight you can catch a preview performance of SCENA Theatre’s interpretation of Oscar Wilde’s classic farce The Importance of […]

23 Jul 2015


Weekend East City Event Round Up: Heat Breaking Edition

Thursday, July 23  Transformer – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Transformer opens the first of four artists in their E12: Social Practice series. Artist Amy Hughes Braden’s work will be the first to be featured. For more information, click here. Transformer is located at 1404 P St. NW. Friday, July 24 DC Arts Studios – […]

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