16 Nov 2017

To Do:

To Do: Weekend of November 16th – 19th

Are you prepping your sides to take to a Friendsgiving on Saturday? This made-up holiday has overtaken Festivus in popularity and practice which makes sense since more excuses to eat pie and comfort foods with friends are ultimately more fun than the airing of grievances. How are will you be observing this pre-holiday weekend? Tonight, […]


15 Nov 2017

The Set List:

The Set List: November 15- 29

Already thinking about holiday gifting? Get tickets to the best shows in DC for all of the music lovers in your life! Check out the recently announced list below to find your favorite shows before they sell out. On The Hill: Modern English is bringing the 80s British post-punk to DC once again. Their immediately recognizable […]


15 Nov 2017

Home:

Time To Order Your Visitor Parking Passes Online

The Visitor Parking Permit: It’s a coveted commodity when you have a friend over for dinner, a babysitter who isn’t local, or just about any visitor who needed to get to you by car and planned to stay for longer than two hours. Instead of automatically mailing the parking permits, the city is now asking […]


15 Nov 2017

Editorials:

A Discrepancy in Rape Statistics

ANC Commissioner and George Washington University alumna Denise Krepp wanted to share this opinion with the public. While all the universities in the District of Columbia welcome a diverse student body from all areas of the country and the world, our children attend high school and college at these campuses as well. Awareness of the […]


14 Nov 2017

New Hill East:

“Hill East Gets the Shaft”

It’s not my words, but those of ANC commissioner Denise Krepp. It’s a strong sentiment, sure, but is it far-fetched? I recently spoke with Krepp about the subject, and have since sat back and collected bits and pieces to support this claim. At the time, she and fellow 6B commissioner –and 6B chairman– Daniel Ridge, […]


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