17 Feb 2017

News:

SE Residents: Notice More Train Whistles?

I thought it was maybe just my imagination at first. But, as it turns out, yes, the whistles from trains going through the Virginia Avenue train tunnel are louder than they used to be. If you have also noticed it, here’s the answer. The good news is that it should be temporary (much like the National […]


17 Feb 2017

Dining:

Welcome to the Neighborhood, Sospeso!

Heads-up! A new, gorgeous little place is opening this morning on H Street NE: Sospeso, 1344 H Street NE! Named after a pay-it-forward custom in Italian culture, caffè sospeso, of paying for an additional coffee as an act of charity, our own Sospeso will be open for coffee and pastries and all manner of delightful […]


16 Feb 2017

Events:

Weekend East City Event Round Up: February 16 – February 18

Thursday, February 16 Brentwood Arts Exchange – 6:30 p.m. The Last Angel of History is the second film in the Afrofuturism film series at the BAE. For more information, click here. Brentwood Arts Exchange is located at 3901 Rhode Island Ave., Brentwood, MD. Friday, February 17  The National Museum of Women in the Arts – […]


16 Feb 2017

Events:

To Do: Weekend of February 16th – 19th

Exciting times we are living in here, folks—exciting times. What will tomorrow bring? Well, provided we are all still here this weekend, here are some suggestions to distract you. Fiddles are not required. Tonight in the Union Market Test Kitchen learn Poultry 101 with the folks behind Harvey’s Market and chef Paola Annoni Patel. While learning […]


15 Feb 2017

Shopping:

Supporting Your [Capitol Hill] Village

Alleviate your mid-winter ennui with online shopping to support a great community cause. Capitol Hill Village’s online auction is off with a roar – they are adding new items daily! Go now and start shopping. Proceeds go to support CHV’s programs for seniors on Capitol Hill. Why? Because online auctions are like the modern bake sale (although […]


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