12 Mar 2015

Events:

To Do for the Weekend of March 12-15

What are your plans this weekend? Downton is over and you already binged on House of Cards. The weather is getting better so it is time to leave the house. Here are few ideas: Tonight at the Hill Center, get over your fear of cooking fish with Fiona Lewis from District Fishwife. Students will learn how […]


05 Mar 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of March 5th – 8th

What is on deck for this first weekend of March? Besides snowball fights and illicit sledding? Much of tonight’s events are canceled but plenty of restaurants are open and ready for business. The Pug is hosting a fundraiser for Habitat for Humanity and has promised $1 off drafts should we get to 6 inches. Provided […]


19 Feb 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of Feb 19 – 22

So.. cold… If you want to venture out from under your pile of blankets here are some ideas for fun: Tonight, Washington Post book editor Ron Charles interviews poet Frank Bidart, winner of the 2013 National Book Critics Circle award. The event begins at 7pm and is free. More information can be found here. Friday […]


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 […]


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 […]