06 Jun 2018

Dining:

Revamp Alert: Get Ready to Welcome IDLE HANDS

Back at the end of April, we said forever goodbye to Church & State, one of Erik Holzherr’s quirky/clever-themed bars. The tucked-away, semi-secret, church-decorated bar had been around since 2011 and had some of the best martinis I’ve ever had. If you’re feeling particularly nostalgic, read this write-up of the opening from, *sniiffff,* We Love […]


12 Apr 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

410 [GONE] Will Stay With You

Karen Ramsey has been a DC area resident off and on since 1994 and is currently a denizen of Trinidad neighborhood. Living in DC means opportunities to explore and experience new or unexpected things. 410[GONE] by Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig and directed by Gregory King Strasser at the Rorschach Theatre was an unexpected delight. I attended […]


31 Jan 2018

Shopping:

Welcome Back, The Daily Rider!

Karen Ramsey has been a DC area resident off and on since 1994 and is currently a denizen of Trinidad neighborhood. The Daily Rider has been a fixture in the 1100 block of H Street NE since early 2012. In December, the shop closed in anticipation of opening at their new location, 600 H Street NE, […]


13 Nov 2017

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: The RL Christian Library

The changes on H Street are coming so quickly at this point that every time I drive by, it seems as if major changes have happened again. Therefore, it behooves us to look at some of the pieces that have disappeared recently. (Also, I begged Robert to do some research.–MHC) In the early 1970s, at […]


11 Sep 2017

Arts & Entertainment:

A Julius Caesar for All the Ages

A production of Julius Caesar in New York City recently came under fire for having Caesar looking like our current President, even though other productions in years past with other Presidents with no such complaints. Given that the plot of this 400+ year old play revolves around the assassination of a head of state, it […]


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