01 Oct 2015


To Do List for the Weekend of October 1 – 4

Tonight the Hill Center welcomes novelist and travel writer Paul Theroux. His tenth and most recent book focuses on the Deep South which highlights the region’s cuisine and music as well as the nation’s poorest performing schools and high rates of unemployment. Theroux chats with local journalist Bill Press. The event is free and begins […]

24 Sep 2015


To Do List for the Weekend of September 24 – 27

Are you enjoying your Popecation? Sadly Francis leaves tomorrow to bring his commute-reducing energy to our northern friends. So what shall we do when His Holiness is gone? Tonight Miner Elementary School (601 15th Street NE) hosts an Education Forum. The school community invites community members to join in a discussion of the school’s current offerings […]

17 Sep 2015


To Do Weekend of September 17 – 20

Heeeeeey, It’s H Street Festival Weekend! Totes looking forward to dudes passing out in front of my house in the middle of the day, terrifying my middle schooler. (This really happened last year.) Kidding! Big fan of the festival. Just wish it were just tad less popular… What else is going on this weekend? Tonight […]

10 Sep 2015


To Do Weekend of September 10 – 13

Greetings! Now that Labor Day is over and ALL the kids are back in school it’s time for all the things to start. Let’s get to it. Tonight, head over the 11th Street Bridge to check out Theater Alliance’s contribution to the citywide Women’s Voices Theatre Festival, Night Falls on a Blue Planet written by […]

27 Aug 2015

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To Do Weekend of August 27- 30

Happy first week of school DC kids! My kids are so much more reasonable when they aren’t home for 9 hours a day. Ahhhh. Since they have loads of homework they are too busy for fun but you aren’t. What’s going on this weekend? Tonight is the fundraiser for DC Central Kitchen on the rooftop […]

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