21 Jul 2016

Events:

To Do Weekend of July 21st – 24th

It feels very quiet around town. I know there are tourists, but it feels like the rest of DC is on a great vacation while the sad few of us are sitting here waiting for this weekend’s heat dome. How shall we endure oncoming sweat-uation? Tonight learn to embrace the heat theway so much of […]


19 Jul 2016

Capitol Hill:

Ward 6 Day at the Icebergs

Today was Ward 6 day at the National Building Museum‘s Iceberg exhibit. An hour before the museum opened to the general public, Ward 6 residents could get in to see the hottest (coolest?) exhibit in town – for free! As an extra bonus, councilmember Charles Allen was there, as well. A few pictures from the […]


15 Jul 2016

Events:

East City Art Weekend Edition

Friday, July 15 Flashpoint Gallery – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Cultivation/Harvest/Neglect is a series of wall-based sculptures by Katie Thibault. For more information, click here. Flashpoint Gallery is located at 916 G St. NW. DC Arts Center – 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Join DCAC for the annual edition of the 1460 Wallmountables exhibition. For more information, click here. […]


14 Jul 2016

To Do:

To Do Weekend of July 14th -17th

How is your summer going? Mine is on par with most of 2016 but I’m ever hopeful it will turn around…SIGH. How are we going to make that happen this weekend? Tonight learn to cook with Belgian beer at Union Market’s Test Kitchen. Jan Van Haute, the former executive chef to the Belgian Ambassador, Belgian native […]


13 Jul 2016

Events:

ICEBERGS at Ward 6 Day at the Building Museum, 7/19!

Once upon a time, the National Building Museum was in trouble. The recession, which hit the whole country hard, was making it difficult for the museum to keep providing excellent and through-provoking exhibits through the lean times. Even though it was (and still is) a haven for parents and little busy ones, and therefore a […]


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