27 Aug 2015

To Do:

To Do Weekend of August 27- 30

Happy first week of school DC kids! My kids are so much more reasonable when they aren’t home for 9 hours a day. Ahhhh. Since they have loads of homework they are too busy for fun but you aren’t. What’s going on this weekend? Tonight is the fundraiser for DC Central Kitchen on the rooftop […]


20 Aug 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of August 20 – 23

For DCPS kids this is the final weekend of summer which, while SO SO WELCOME, seems wrong since Labor Day is still two weeks away. Regardless, it’s still summer so we must continue to summer on. Tonight you can catch a preview performance of SCENA Theatre’s interpretation of Oscar Wilde’s classic farce The Importance of […]


13 Aug 2015

To Do:

To Do List for The Weekend of August 14-16

Thursday Learn how to pair wine with foods at a workshop at DCanter Wine Boutique. P”airing wine and food starts off easily enough – whites with fish and reds with beef. But it starts getting complicated when you add sauces, spices, and herbs to the mix. We’ll walk you through the basics, including how your wine […]


24 Jul 2015

Dining:

SALUD to National Tequila Day!

As if ice cream delivery were not enough to make this day the best yet, along comes National Tequila Day. Really. A quick polling of the Twitter reveals that Chupacabra DC, 822 H Street NE, has tequila shots, margaritas and not one but TWO happy hours going on tonight! The first one starts at 4:30 p.m. […]


23 Jul 2015

Events:

Weekend East City Event Round Up: Heat Breaking Edition

Thursday, July 23  Transformer – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Transformer opens the first of four artists in their E12: Social Practice series. Artist Amy Hughes Braden’s work will be the first to be featured. For more information, click here. Transformer is located at 1404 P St. NW. Friday, July 24 DC Arts Studios – […]


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