19 Nov 2015


To Do Weekend of November 19th – 22nd

I don’t know about you but wearing flip flops in November in DC is just not right. It’s hard to get into the pre-Thanksgiving spirit in a tank top no matter how awesome it is. And of course…mosquitoes. I digress, what’s happening this weekend? Did you miss out on the free T – Pain tickets […]

10 Nov 2015

Barracks Row:

Alert the Foodies: 2015 Barracks Row Culinary Education Crawl

The holidays are upon us and we need to talk party strategy. Aside from your list of well-curated topics to discuss at parties that may or may not include red coffee cups, you’ll probably want some inspiration to wow party guests or fellow coworkers. This is where this weekend’s Culinary Education Crawl comes in! From […]

05 Nov 2015

To Do:

To Do Weekend of November 5th – 8th

It’s November. Can’t even. Tonight the Hill Center Jazz Ensemble will perform under the leadership of saxophonist Marshall Keys. Each performance consists of an original repertoire which reflects the state of jazz in DC.  Tickets are $15 in advance and $20 at the door, and the concert begins at 7:30. Tickets are available here. Friday […]

20 Oct 2015


Hill Buzz

Curbed DC shared renderings for the condo that will replace the church at 13th and H Streets NE. JDLand‘s reader poll is back with the results on the top businesses and developments in the JDLand ‘hood. Tom Sietsema took a liking to Sally’s Middle Name. Young & Hungry took a look at how the lines at […]

15 Oct 2015


To Do List for the Weekend of October 15-18

The weather is finally feeling autumnal! The calendar is filling up, so here’s hoping the mosquitoes die very, very soon. Tonight at the Folger Shakespeare Library, the Folger Institute’s Leture Series presents Sir Keith Thomas, an Honorary Fellow at All Souls College at Oxford. Sir Keith will speak about “The Ends of Education in Early Modern England.” The […]

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