02 Jul 2020

To Do:

To Do From Home, Week of July 2, 2020

For me, July 2 will always be Lohanmas, a day devoted to watching at least one movie from the Lindsay Lohan oeuvre and to wondering what happened? Anyway, other than getting some popcorn from The Miracle Theater and some goodies from District Doughnut and stopping by newly-opened Capitain Cookie and the Milkman, what else can […]


30 Jun 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Hello there! It’s a beautiful early afternoon that can only be made better by the delicious, sticky knowledge that we are becoming an ice cream parlor mecca: Eat DC shared updated views of Captain Cookie and the Milkman, which is opening on Thursday. Eater DC reported that Maryland-based ice creamers Moorenko’s will open a Capitol […]


29 Jun 2020

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: A New Senate Subway

I have looked at the original two systems that sped senators between their offices and the Capitol over the last two weeks. The monorail, which was not universally beloved, managed to remain in use for 40 years. In the end, it was not the noise that caused its demise, but the extension of the Senate […]


25 Jun 2020

Events:

To Do From Home, Week of June 25, 2020

Did the weeks move at this extremely fast –but also glacially slow– pace all along? It’s hard to explain how I just typed out “June 25” and were both amazed and horrified that it’s late June. What is there to do? Celebrate This week we would all be making a pilgrimage to the National Mall […]


24 Jun 2020

News:

An Open Letter to JOMDC Board Directors

On June 6, former faculty of the Joy of Motion Dance Center (JOMDC), a dance studio with several locations around the District–– including one housed within the Atlas Performing Arts Center on H Street between 13th and 14th Streets NE– wrote a poignant letter demanding that the Board of Directors address systemic problems within. They […]


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