Tim Ebner

Tim Ebner is originally from Silver Spring, Md. He graduated from Fordham University and has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Maryland. He lives on Capitol Hill and is a proud Hill East resident. He also writes for Eater DC, covering Washington’s food and dining scene. You can follow him on Twitter @ebnert or email news tips here.

Tim Ebner
03 Jun 2014

World Cup Specials and Betting Come to H Street Bars

Soccer fans are counting down the days to June 12th, when the World Cup officially kicks off in Brazil. But, you don’t have to book a flight to South America to experience the passion of world class fútbol. In fact, the soccer rivalries are as close as H Street. Bars and restaurants along the Northeast […]

30 May 2014

Yard Sale Post

Looks like we’re in for a spring-like start to the summer. That means you should keep-up with the spring cleaning, and let us know if you plan to host a yard sale this weekend. Put all the details in the comment thread below. Once the information about your curbside or garage sale are posted, the masses… […]

25 Apr 2014

Yard Sale Post

Attention spring cleaners: we want the dirt of your Capitol Hill yard sale this weekend. If you’re one of the many neighbors planning a sidewalk or garage sale, let us know in the comment thread. Just be sure to list the date, time, and location, and the scavengers will descend. Happy Friday!

23 Apr 2014

Attention Circulator Riders: DDOT Hosting Pop-Up Meetings This Week

Capitol Hill has seen restaurant and storefront pop-ups, well add community forums to the “pop-up” craze. This week the DC Department of Transportation is hosting a series of community meetings on street corners along the DC Circulator route. The goal is to gauge the bus line’s performance and hear from current and future riders. Tomorrow, DDOT will […]

18 Apr 2014

Your Guide to the Kingman Island Bluegrass Festival

Here’s a neighborhood credibility question: Do you know where Kingman Island is? If you answered ‘no,’ then it’s about time to dig out a map and find it. This is an island oasis away from city life, and it’s also the host for one of DC’s best local music festivals, the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk […]

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