22 Jun 2017

Events:

To Do: Weekend of June 22nd -25th

Oh Summer. So nice to see you. Even if that means we need to put up with seasonally specific hashtags such as #roseallday and #summertimeshine. What will your insta look like this weekend? Tonight, the American Roots series at the Hill Center presents Michaela Anne, a young honky-tonk singer who has been called the female Hank Williams. The […]


08 Jun 2017

Events:

To Do: Weekend of June 8th – 11th

I suppose we should just wait to post this after you’ve recovered from your ComeyHearingHangover. But on the off chance you are not day-drinking on a work day, here are some suggestions for this weekend. Tonight at 8 p.m. enjoy a family film and dinner at The Miracle Theatre while supporting Capitol Hill Cooperative Preschool, […]


01 Jun 2017

To Do:

To Do Weekend of June 1st – 4th

Summer is almost here. Why do they have school if no one is doing anything useful? Can someone look into this? While the responsible people are looking into education schedules and content, how shall we amuse ourselves? Tonight, get serious about your #roseallday and other pink-wine-related hashtags at Righteous Cheese’s Yes Way Rose pairing class at […]


18 May 2017

Events:

To Do: Weekend of May 18th – 21st

Interesting times, people. I know you cannot stop watching the trainwreck, but tear yourself away to enjoy some of these lovely activities. Tonight in the Union Market Test Kitchen, learn to brew kombucha with the folks from Craft Kombucha. The class is from 6-8 p.m. and costs $50. You will leave with your own SCOBY, […]


02 May 2017

Dining:

WETA’s “Neighborhood Eats” Starts 5/5, Wants Foodies for “Check, Please!”

Make sure you tune in to WETA starting Friday, May 5 at 8:30 p.m and watch Neighborhood Eats. The show aims to highlight the old stalwarts and the up-and-comers in our local restaurant scene. The locales featured in Capitol Hill are Beuchert’s Saloon, Acqua al 2 and The Pretzel Bakery. All three have earned a place of […]


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