28 Mar 2019


To Do: Weekend of March 28th-31st

It’s Peak Bloom on Monday, so depending on your tolerance for hordes of humans, you might be avoiding the Tidal Basin this weekend— or maybe you’ll just be throwing yourself into the scrum of it all. You do you. If you need a few other other ideas, allow me: It’s Opening Day! Baseball is back […]

18 Mar 2019

Capitol Hill:

ICYMI: Pretend It’s Spring and Watch “Welcome to Capitol Hill”!

Looks like last week’s spring teaser was just that; we won’t be seeing temperatures in the 70s until next weekend at the very earliest. The good news is that DC’s weather is crazier than the tropics, so if you’re reading this later today in your shorts, you know what happened! But if you need a […]

02 Mar 2019

Sponsored Post:

Capitol Hill Open Houses, 3/02/19

Find your next home by browsing our CAPITOL HILL OPEN HOUSE ROUND-UP! Dare Johnson Wenzler shares her weekly curated open houses with us for your viewing pleasure. To access the link, click here! This is a hard-to-find smaller home in a prime Navy Yard location and it has 2 bedrooms, 2-and-a-half baths, and an open floorplan living/dining/kitchen. It boasts […]

26 Feb 2019


Hill Buzz

It was a busy Friday last week, and not in a good way. PoPVille The police need your cooperation with a robbery in the 900 block of G Street NE. Hill Rag Atlas Brew Works is coming to 1201 Half Street SE and it sounds rather magnificent. Brewbound A lot of people seem to dislike […]

19 Feb 2019


Hill Buzz

Good late morning/early afternoon, Capitol Hill! Hey, parents: How do we like this DCPS February break? Mixed reviews over here, mostly because I’m not on vacation. Krystal Mack, formerly employed by Rose’s Restaurant Group spoke out against management in a recent Instagram post. From her post: “This is what money, power & accolades provide. The […]

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