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 […]


22 Jun 2016

Kids:

Help E Street Adventures With Olympics-Themed Field Day!

  Back in 2013, when Rena Goldman was living in the 1600 block of E Street NE, she had a great idea: Why not put together a Halloween-themed party for her neighbor kids? Luckily, she counted on the help of a fire dancer childhood friend with whom she’d reconnected here in DC and the help of […]


08 Apr 2016

Dining:

One From the Neighbors: Northeast Eats, Saturday 4/9!

We usually try to bring you Hill-based events, but when a friend asks, there is no tomorrow (okay, there’s like last-minutish): THIH former contributor and friend Tim Ebner wants you all to support Northeast Eats  this Saturday, April 9. Northeast Eats is a great event of food and beer happening from 4-8 p.m. All proceeds […]


24 Mar 2016

Events:

To Do Weekend of March 24th – 27th

Spring is here for real this time. Hordes of tourists too, thankssomuchforyourdollarspleasestandtotheright. How shall we avoid the Instagramming masses this weekend? Tonight at 7pm bone up on your broth skills at the Hill Center’s Kitchen 101 Class- Bone Broths, Stocks and Consommés where you will learn the essential skills to make these essential foundation elements and […]


03 Nov 2015

DC:

Be Part of Metro’s Riders’ Advisory Council

Are you a bus or rail commuter? Would you like to have a say in how Metro is run? Why not become part of the all-volunteer Riders’ Advisory Council? From the WMATA press release: The 21-member Council includes six individuals from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, two at-large members, and the head of the […]


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