06 Oct 2016


To Do Weekend of October 6th – 9th

The Nats begin the playoffs this weekend here at home and though I can’t claim to be a huge sports fan this still makes me so anxious. How shall we distract ourselves? Tonight at 5:30 commemorate the 400th anniversary of the passing of the Bard with a Jazz Funeral. Tulane University’s Liberty Brass Band performed […]

30 Sep 2016

Capitol Hill:

A Link to the Hill at the NMAAHC

Everyone on Capitol Hill knows the Mary McLeod Bethune statue by Robert Berks in Lincoln Park – if only because of its use as a sledding hill during large snowstorms. Those who have taken the time to read the words of her “Last Will and Testament” around the base also can learn much about how […]

29 Sep 2016

To Do:

To Do: Weekend of September 29th – October 2nd

I have no idea how October got here so quickly. I am actually wondering if I slept through part of September in a modified Rip Van Winkle. Since life is rapidly flying by let’s carpe diem this weekend big time. Tonight, learn to brew your own kombucha with local fermenters Craft Kombucha in the Union […]

22 Sep 2016

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To Do: Weekend of September 22nd – 25th

Happy Autumn! Pay no attention to the mosquitoes and muggy weather: It’s time to enjoy all the pumpkin spice, dammit! Tonight, East City Books host a fundraiser for local non-profit DC Diaper Bank. From 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., enjoy refreshments generously provided by a local restaurant while browsing the shop and learning more about the […]

15 Sep 2016


To Do: Weekend of September 15th – 18th

Hey! It is last official weekend of summer according to the calendar. We already can’t wear white and soon the approaching Polar Vortexes (Vortexi??) will force us into hibernation. Get out there!  [The plural is “vortices.” I totally had to look it up. –MHC] This afternoon stop by Maketto at 3:30 for a cupping (coffee tasting […]

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