15 Mar 2018


To Do: Weekend of March 15th -18th

Dear me, it is St. Patrick’s day this weekend– on a Saturday, no less. While I will likely stay home undercovers with some soda bread watching The Commitments, don’t let me keep you from sharing in the festivities with all your other Irish friends. Tonight is another Overbeck Lecture sponsored by the Capitol Hill Restoration […]

08 Mar 2018


To Do: Weekend of March 8th-11th

  Greetings, humans. Are we doing okay? Some of us are slogging through a little bit. Shall we? Tonight, jazz guitarist Julian Lage performs a free concert at the Library of Congress. Grammy-nominated guitar virtuoso and composer Julian Lage is touring is support of his new album, Modern Lore which focuses on the groove, building his melodies and […]

01 Mar 2018


To Do: Weekend of March 1st – 4th

March is here. So far its entrance is not all that leonine, though maybe tomorrow things will get roaring… How shall you celebrate the end of another February? Tonight, grab some friends and head to Gordon Biersch for Trivia night à la Family Feud. Friday night is a Pay-What-You-Can preview of Taffety Punk’s Mom Baby […]

22 Feb 2018


To Do: Weekend of February 22nd -25th

So it is the final weekend of the Olympics, the second week of Black Panther but what ELSE are we going to do? Tonight, The Fridge opens a four day event called Bread and Roses, featuring artworks, workshops, and performances. Marking just over one year since the first Women’s March on Washington, building on #MeToo and challenging […]

08 Feb 2018

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To Do: Weekend of February 8th -11th

It is a pre-Valentine’s Day weekend here and whether you celebrate or eschew the Hallmark Holiday, I am sure we can agree that eating chocolate in the midst of February doldrums is never a bad idea. This weekend I am invited to TWO 50th birthday parties. I am sure you could tell by my dated […]

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