28 Sep 2017

Events:

To Do: Weekend of September 28th – October 1st

We are looking at a string of lovely days for this coming weekend. Maybe this is not quite fall weather; but if it that does not stop Starbucks,it should not stop you. So get out there and pick a few apples and snag a few gourds for the table. And you might check out these […]


29 Jun 2017

Dining:

Porrón by ANXO Sneak Peek 6/30

Porrón by ANXO, a sister restaurant to Truxton Circle and Brightwood Park’s ANXO’s Cidery and Pintxos, will have a sneak preview/soft open tomorrow, June 30 and Saturday July 1. The two-day event is a ticketed affair, boasting unlimited porrones, ribeye steaks, sardines, pan con tomate and other Spanish dishes. The tickets are $65 per person, […]


27 Jun 2017

Guides:

2017 Guide to Celebrating the 4th of July on Capitol Hill

The Fourth of July is one of my very favorite holidays to spend in DC– especially on Capitol Hill. From concerts to parades to cookouts, every corner of our neighborhood celebrates in a small-town way that makes me so grateful to live here. After last year’s rainout, I’m even more determined to enjoy every bit of […]


14 Mar 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

Walkable Communities, Facelift for Barracks Row, Climate Change, and Bar Madness


25 Feb 2017

Events:

To Do: Weekend of February 23rd – 26th (Updated)

Hey there! Exciting times, exciting times… But hey, the weather is nice. We have no idea what this means so carpe the heck out of this diem, folks. Tonight at 7:30 p.m. at the Hill Center, African-Caribbean Canadian Kaia Kater performs her unique blend of Canadian folk and Appalachian music. Her new album, Nine Pin (May 2016), […]


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