12 Jun 2015

To Do:

To Do List for The Weekend of June 11- 14

Sorry this is one day late.  This has been a crazy week which at one point  had me attempting at to write this while in my car using the wifi from a sweetgreen at 6am. Alas. you missed the Thursday action but we only look forward at the Hill is Home. Onward! So how shall […]

30 Apr 2015


Day of the Dog at Congressional Cemetery

As the saying goes, “Every dog has its day.” It turns out that Capitol Hill dogs will have their day this upcoming Saturday, May 2, at Congressional Cemetery. The third annual Day of the Dog is a celebration of pets and their owners, as well as a 5k you can run with your dog and […]

26 Mar 2015

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of March 26 – 29

Gloomy chill aside, it’s spring! Let’s get to acting like it. Tonight start the weekend with Hitchcock, Peck and Bergman with Spellbound. This is the final in a film series which has focused on the use of psychology in the films of both Alfred Hitchcock and Orson Welles. (I am SO bummed I missed Touch of Evil.) Following […]

28 Jan 2015


Where To Wash Your Dog on The Hill

I adopted my dog last summer, when it was easy to use a garden hose in the backyard to clean him off. Then the cold temperatures settled in. After an attempt at bathing him in my bathtub, and  spending an hour cleaning all the dog hair off the walls and tub, I swore to never go […]

18 Dec 2014

To Do:

To Do List for the Weekend of December 18- 21

One more weekend to shop before Christmas and we’ve already lit the Capitol Hill Menorah so we are in the Final Holiday Push. When you aren’t shopping/wrapping/eating/drinking/merry-making/hibernating you might want to check out these other activities. Tonight NPR Queen Susan Stamberg brings her yearly radio show Hanukkah Lights to life at the Hill Center. She […]

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