30 Sep

Dining:

First Bite: District Doughnut

Lately our fair neighborhood (and greater city) has been a breeding ground for baked-good fads, trends, and experimentation.  Some fads have succeeded and others have paved the way for new ideas.  We’ve got pioneers and purveyors of cupcakes, pop tarts, macarons, and now gourmet doughnuts with the arrival of District Doughnut on 8th Street SE.  […]


25 Sep

To Do List for the Weekend of 9/26

Are you ready for the weekend? Why did I even ask that? Tonight is the weekly bluegrass night at The Argonaut. Hollertown will perform on the upstairs stage from 8pm to 11pm. Friday night at the Atlas singer-songwriter Laura Tsaggaris  will perform and record what will become an album called Live at the Atlas. The […]


18 Sep

To Do List for the Weekend of 9/19

Busy weekend ahead, so let’s get this started. Tonight at the Hill Center’s Talk of the Hill series will be the upcoming elections. Jennifer Duffy and David Wasserman of The Cook Political Report will discuss the House, Senate and gubernatorial races with host, journalist Bill Press. They may even discuss the 2016 presidential race. The discussion […]


31 Jul

To Do

Are you also filled with a spiraling sense of panic because it’s the last day of July and that means summer is almost over? No? Awesome. That means I’m doing my job… Tonight (CHAW) opens  Gilbert & Sullivan’s Patience, Bunthorne’s Bride which runs for eight performances July 31-August 2 and 7-9, 2014 at 545 7th Street, SE.  Tickets are […]


13 Feb

Dining:

Hill Inspired Recipes: Rose’s Luxury Strawberry Tomato Sauce

Hill Inspired Recipes is a news series featuring recipes from Capitol Hill’s neighborhood restaurants and bars. With all the new restaurants opening on Capitol Hill, it can be hard to find time to visit them all. Though I haven’t been to the red-hot Rose’s Luxury, I am letting you in on a little secret… I’ve got […]