Tory Patrick

16 Jul 2010

Could sharing be the answer to our bike woes?

The subject of bikes is a sore one in these parts of the city. But it’s my hope that with some last minute voting from you, dear neighbors, we can bring Capitol Bikeshare to 8th Street, SE and maybe turn the recent string of bad luck with two-wheeled transportation. According to the Barracks Row newsletter, […]

18 Jun 2010

DC WASA is now DC Water

On Tuesday, The District of Columbia Water and Sewer Authority (DC WASA) became DC Water as part of a rebranding campaign after 14 years as DC WASA. “It’s time to re-introduce ourselves to our customers,” said DC Water General Manager George S. Hawkins. “We’re rolling out new and exciting initiatives to provide excellent drinking water, […]

17 Jun 2010

The To Do List

Summer officially starts on Monday. But with temps in the 90s and what seems like 100% humidity this week, I’d say summer in DC is in full swing already. There’s some great things to do on the Hill this weekend if you’re around. Take a peek…

02 Jun 2010

RFK Open Air Market – A Hidden (Foodie) Gem

For our next installment of Farmers Markets on the Hill…we checked out The DC Open Air Farmers Market at RFK Stadium. The RFK Market seems like a hidden gem. There isn’t much written about it, and many of the open threads have the same question over and over. “Is the RFK Market still open?” It […]

06 May 2010

The To Do List

The last thing you might be thinking about  this morning after last night’s Cinco de Mayo  festivities is the weekend. But take two  ibuprofen, pour an extra-large coffee and  settle in for this week’s to do list. Top on my personal to do list this weekend is the Capitol Hill Restoration Society House  and Garden […]

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