16 Sep 2015

Events:

Duke’s DC Roots Bop at the Hill Center, 9/21

“It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing,” is a sentiment that rarely accompanies a history lecture, but when the Overbeck History Project hosts a talk about Duke Ellington’s life in Washington, things will be swingin’. Ellington, a DC native who is considered the world’s greatest jazz composer, is the topic of […]


30 Jul 2015

To Do:

To Do: Weekend of July 30 – August 1

It’s too hot to exert too much energy gallivanting outside the Hill this week, and why should you? There’s lots of high and low key events going on to keep you busy. Capitol Hill Art Workshop’s annual summer of Gilbert & Sullivan is back in full –and, as always, slightly twisted– form. The production of […]


29 Apr 2015

Events:

Volunteer Capitol Hill! Volunteer Fair This Saturday

We all get so much from this great community. Why not give back a bit too? After all, that’s part of what makes Capitol Hill so great. So stop by the Hill Center, 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, this Saturday May 2 from 10:00 am until 1 pm and learn about the MANY groups you can […]


28 Apr 2015

Dining:

David Guas at Hill Center, Bayou Bakery Preview

Last night, a packed house filled the Abraham Lincoln hall at the Hill Center to listen as Bonny Wolf led Chef David Guas through an entertaining talk. Topics covered ranged from Guas’s love of grilling and his new book Grill Nation, to the giddiest and most exciting elephant in the room: Bayou Bakery‘s new digs […]


27 Mar 2015

Dining:

Bayou Bakery Opening on the Hill in Early May

Last May, we let you know that Bayou Bakery was coming to the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital. Those of us who have been waiting impatiently ever since will be pleased to know they’ve announced an opening date of early May 2015! Chef David Guas – recently voted Best Chef by the residents […]


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