14 Feb 2018

Fitness:

Warm Up to Winter Running

How are your New Year’s Resolutions coming along? Did you resolve to run more, sign up for a 5K or some other race distance? Or have you decided to update your resolutions to learn how to knit a warm sweater and binge-watch Netflix during these cold and windy winter months? I get it. I was never […]


09 Feb 2018

Fitness:

A Better 2018: Health

Whatever resolutions you may have had at the beginning of the year have fallen by the wayside at this point. Let’s change that! One of the most popular resolutions is to start some sort of fitness regimen or workout routine at the beginning of the year. Crowded gyms in January seems cliché, but Julia Chigrina, a […]


30 Jan 2018

Capitol Hill:

From Couch to Coach: How to Start a Running Habit

“Why on earth would anyone run a marathon?” This was my thought every year as I cheered for neighbors and my gym teacher at the NYC marathon, blocks from my childhood home. The cheering was fun—the running, not so much. Didn’t these people realize they could get to Central Park quicker by subway than by […]


17 Jan 2018

Capitol Hill:

Running From Capitol Hill to Heartbreak Hill

Hi! I’m Kathy Pugh and I run marathons. It wasn’t always this way. I hated running. When I began running thirteen years ago, I was an overweight new mom suffering from postpartum depression. I turned to running as a way to reclaim my life and to set a good example for my daughter. On April […]


09 Jan 2018

Fitness:

ElectionCycle Puts a Political Spin on New Studio in NE

We’d like to give a big welcome to our newest writer, Katherine Priddy. Kate recently obtained an M.A. from American University in interactive journalism and she did her capstone project on the history of H Street NE. Check out her project (and an interview with yours truly)! We look forward to reading more posts from Kate! –María […]


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