21 Mar 2019

Dining:

Goodbye, Sally’s Middle Name

Just saw this over on Instagram: We’re very, very sad to learn that Sally’s Middle Name over at 13th and H Streets NE will be open only through March 31st. Wishing the Sally’s Middle Name team the best, as they move on to other projects. The caption reads: It is with heavy hearts we must […]


13 Mar 2019

Dining:

Your Comprehensive Guide to Sandwiches on the Hill

Our friend Barred in DC has worked (and eaten) hard to bring you an extensive compilation of all the sandwiches you can get around Capitol Hill and environs. He has great information about bars all over DC, so make sure you bookmark him. –Maria Helena Carey Despite sandwiches being traditionally thought of as exclusively lunch […]


31 Jan 2019

Arts & Entertainment:

Fan of the Botanic Garden? Celebrate New American Gardens!

Even though I’m pretty sure we’ll have another shutdown after February 15, I’m so excited to know that all the Smithsonians are back and open to the public. You heard from our friends at the Postal Museum earlier in the week. Today, the United States Botanic Garden –another backyard gem, although one that was funded […]


31 Jan 2019

Kids:

Meet the Interim DCPS Chancellor at a Ferebee Friday

Hey there, parents with children enrolled in DCPS: It’s going to be tough to come up with a catchier way of meeting an acting Chancellor than a new series of meet-and greets called “Ferebee Fridays.” You can meet and chat* with acting Chancellor Lewis D. Ferebee at one of the Ferebe Friday events organized by […]


31 Jan 2019

Kids:

TODAY: J.O. Wilson Summer Camp Fair

It’s hard to think of summer when our day temps have hit single digits in the past few hours, but if you’re a parent, summer camp is one of the tools that allows you not to lose it completely during summer break. Here on the Hill, we have a fabulous array of camps, from music […]


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