14 Jun 2018

Events:

To Do: Weekend of June 14th – 17th

Happy Flag Day, friends! Fly those DC Flags high so Ward 6 can remain the champions of twitter-based DC flag-flying! Oh and  Tomorrow is the last day of school for DCPS so I call that the beginning of summer. How to celebrate? Tonight, the Atlas Performing Arts Center presents reed player Yacine Boularès collaboration with […]


11 Jun 2018

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Outlaw Way

While reading the D.C. Register live-tweeting as done by Helder Gil every Saturday, I came across the intriguing information that a part of 10th Street NE was to be renamed ‘Outlaw Way.’ Since outlaws have, frankly, never been much of the fabric of Capitol Hill life, this required immediate research. As it turned out, no person […]


27 Apr 2018

Living on the Hill:

April 28 is the DEA’s National Prescription Drug Take Back Day

Tomorrow, April 28, is the day that you can safely dispose of all those prescription medications you’ve been storing under the sink or in your medicine cabinet (or empty shoebox, or carriage house, or safe deposit box?… I don’t know where else you’d keep them). Why a special day to dispose of medications? Several reasons: […]


05 Apr 2018

Events:

To Do: Weekend of April 5th – 8th

Happy Opening Day everyone! Are you one of those for whom life has meaning and purpose once again with the return of the Nationals? I am not one of you, but I seem to know many of you. Congratulations! And for those of you who have no idea what I am talking about, my apologies. […]


15 Mar 2018

Events:

To Do: Weekend of March 15th -18th

Dear me, it is St. Patrick’s day this weekend– on a Saturday, no less. While I will likely stay home undercovers with some soda bread watching The Commitments, don’t let me keep you from sharing in the festivities with all your other Irish friends. Tonight is another Overbeck Lecture sponsored by the Capitol Hill Restoration […]


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