11 Dec 2014

To Do:

To Do List for The Weekend of December 11-14

How are you holding up? What with the egg nog and ugly sweaters and we haven’t even gotten to the latkes yet. Here’s a few more ways to fill your dance cards this weekend. Tonight Theatre Alliance previews its production of Langston Hughes Black Nativity. You’ll have to cross the 11th Street bridge into Anacostia […]


30 Nov 2014

News:

The Hill Mourns the Passing of Steve Cymrot, Devoted Neighbor and Proprietor of Riverby Books

The Capitol Hill neighborhood is mourning the loss of a devoted and loved member of the community, Steve Cymrot. Steve passed away yesterday afternoon. He had been hospitalized following a traffic accident the week before Thanksgiving. Steve and his wife, Nicky are long time Hill-residents who have been heavily involved in community organizations such as the […]


20 Nov 2014

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of November 20-23

Happy National Absurdity Day. While it seems we celebrate that nearly every day here is the Nation’s Capitol today is the day to pay homage to the notion. The Hill Center honors the absurd tonight with an homage to Ed Wood, who has the dual distinction of being known as Hollywood’s worst director as well […]


12 Nov 2014

Home:

Leaf Collections on the Hill

It’s finally feeling like autumn in Washington, DC.  There’s a chill in the air, the smell of Pumpkin Spice Lattes floats in the breeze, and we no longer have to pull weeds and cut grass.  As the leaves turn brilliant shades of yellow, red, and orange, they fall gently to the earth.  Brilliantly-colored leaves that […]


06 Nov 2014

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of November 6-9 2014

My first To Do for the fancy new site! I’m sure the events will be just as fancy… Tonight learn how the sausage is made. This is not a euphemism for the activities of our Congressional neighbors but actual sausage making. If the siren song of meat is not enough to entice you there is […]