13 Jul 2016


ICEBERGS at Ward 6 Day at the Building Museum, 7/19!

Once upon a time, the National Building Museum was in trouble. The recession, which hit the whole country hard, was making it difficult for the museum to keep providing excellent and through-provoking exhibits through the lean times. Even though it was (and still is) a haven for parents and little busy ones, and therefore a […]

15 Jun 2016


From The Events Calendar: CINEMATERY!

It feels like summer, so this is the time to take long strolls in the dark and watch movies outdoors –and feed large populations of mosquitoes while we do so. But few outdoor movie-watching experiences sound as memorable as catching a flick at Congressional Cemetery, 1801 E Street SE. And guess what? You can do […]

08 Jun 2016


Fun For Your Humpday: Jazz Tonight!

Who says you only go out on weekends? Oh, a lot of people? Alright, but I’m sure there are other folks who can party hearty on a Wednesday night, right? With these lucky people in mind, allow me to direct you to our own Event Calendar –to which you can add your events FOR FREE, […]

13 Apr 2016


Can’t Miss: Final ?Cherry Blossom Festival Events!

There should be some sort of shoutout or special celebration dedicated to the double-flowered Kwanzan cherry trees that ably fill in the gaps left by the awe-inspiring but far more fickle Yoshino. You should definitely think of that this weekend, as the Cherry Blossom Festival celebrations come to our neck of the woods this weekend! […]

27 Jul 2015


New Bach Trios, Tuesday at St. Mark’s

Who says culture and events can only happen on the weekends? This is Capitol Hill, where even the churches have the most amazing things going on –on a Tuesday, no less! St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, at the corner of 3rd and A Streets SE is such a place and has such an event tomorrow, July 28, […]

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