15 Nov 2018

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To Do: Weekend of November 15th – 18th

Blustery weather this morning might cause us to hunker much earlier in the holiday season than we are accustomed. Stay warm and dry as you enjoy the neighborhood, my friends! Tonight, NPR Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep chats with Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian director Kevin Gover about the museum’s latest exhibition “Americans” and the history […]


08 Nov 2018

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To Do: Weekend of November 8th-11th

Greetings! Have you recovered from the election? There was something for everyone to be happy about and I am just glad that everyone everywhere will stop telling everyone else to vote. Even Sweetgreen sent me an email to vote. I get it and I am very happy there was such engagement for a mid term […]


01 Nov 2018

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To Do: Weekend of November 1st-4th

It is November 1, so I have begun employing yogic breathing strategies to keep my holiday panic at bay. The pie and gravy recipes are filling my inbox and all things merry have begun to take over the airwaves. How shall we ignore the upcoming holiday season this weekend? Tonight, drink and chat about the […]


13 Sep 2018

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To Do: Weekend of September 13th – 16th

So it looks like we will be spared the worst of Florence, but already many things that had been set for this weekend have been canceled. Veg Fest has been cancelled but the H Street Festival has been postponed until October 13th. How will we stay dry this weekend? Tonight, PrioreDance presents Cirque de Nuit at […]


09 Aug 2018

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To Do: Weekend of August 9th-12th

Hey there everyone!  Summer is winding down for local kids so get out there and make it count while the sun is shining! Tonight at the Hill Center, learn how the sausage gets made, literally. Chef Mark Haskell will be teaching you the basic info on all things wurst, boudin and more. The class begins at […]


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