03 Apr 2014

To Do

Ahhh. Sweet Spring! Enjoy it while it lasts! Besides gazing upon tulips and blossoms what else will we be doing this weekend? Tonight at 8pm The Welders are back at the Atlas with The Carolina Layaway Grail, an original tale of a young woman’s quest to find her grandfather’s globe full of the past. Tickets are […]


19 Aug 2013

Why I Send My Kids to the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

This post is sponsored by Capitol Hill Arts Workshop By Megan Cheek Ten years ago, I moved from Georgia to Capitol Hill, took a walk in my new neighborhood, and literally stumbled upon the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.  Since then, I’ve been hooked as a student, employee, and now a parent. So what keeps me […]


15 Jul 2013

Last Chance for Summer (Pt. 2)

It seems like it was just yesterday we were planning our Memorial Day barbecue, and now here we are sending out a Save the Date for the Labor Day backyard party.  There are just a few more weeks to take advantage of summer, so savor every opportunity.   Last week, I gave you a few […]


30 May 2013

To Do

Last weekend was a bit nippy for a Memorial Day: only the heartiest of lunatic thrill-seeking kids went into the newly opened pools. But this weekend will be a return to the summer swelter we are used to here in the Nation’s Capital. How shall we spend our few free hours? Tonight at the Hill […]


07 Feb 2013

To Do

This weekend presents as ordinary. No holidays. No major sports/pop culture events. Just a weekend in February. We could really use another Snowmageddan to shake things up. Well let’s see what is happening this weekend… Tonight:  Nothing beats the winter blues like a good French-language psychosexual drama. The Library of Congress screens free films Thursdays-Saturdays. […]