18 Aug 2016

Events:

To Do: Weekend of August 18th – 21st

I’m on vacation, so let’s make this quick. Summer is ticking away for DCPS kids who go back to school on Monday –which is just way too early IMHO. Live it up, kids! Make these final moments last. Sigh. The living it up? How shall we do it? Tonight learn to pair Spanish wines and cheeses […]


23 Jun 2016

Events:

To Do: Weekend of June 23rd – 26th

Happy Thursday! No need to water your plants today! May your roof remain intact and your electricity robust! What’s shaking around the neighborhood? Tonight We Happy Few presents Chalk at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW). Inspired by the classic Brecht play, Chalk is a story about motherhood. A judge draws a chalk circle on the ground […]


14 Jun 2016

News:

Hill Buzz

Former President (and potential First Man) Bill Clinton surprised crowds at Eastern Market on Saturday and Councilmember Charles Allen took him on a brief tour. (WJLA) Chef Erik Bruner-Yang and his restaurant/bakery/coffee shop/retail shop  Maketto took home top honors and the Washington Aream Restaurant Association Awards. Maketto won Best New Restaurant while  Chef Bruner Yand […]


09 Jun 2016

Events:

To DO: Weekend of June 9th- 12th

Too gorgeous a stay to be inside so let’s make this quick: Tonight at the Union Market Test Kitchen Bazaar Spices welcomes chef Jonathan Bardzik, who will walk you through the flavor profiles of everything from Sumac to Ras el Hanout by adding exotic spices to everyday ingredients. The class is from 6pm to 8pm and costs […]


19 May 2016

Events:

To Do Weekend of May 19th – 22nd

Not going to discuss the weather. Can’t possibly discuss the rain anymore. Moving on to the weekend and how we will entertain ourselves. Tonight at the Hill Center is The Life of a Poet: Conversations with Ron Charles and guest Mary Jo Bang. Charles, Washington Post Editor of Book World, will interview Bang about her life and work […]


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