04 Oct 2018

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To Do: Weekend of October 4th-7th

It is really October. It does not feel like Octobers used to feel like and we are a ways away from any legitimate leaf peeping opportunities but preschoolers are already planning their Hilloween ensembles regardless. How to spend this possible three day weekend? Tonight might be a perfect night for some jazz. Amy Shook and the […]


04 Oct 2018

First Bite: Valor Brewpub

Valor Brewpub, which will for a while be known as The Ugly Mug downstairs until it takes off like a delicious and luminous star, had its soft opening last week but now they are officially now open for business. If you’re a tl;dr kind of person, I’m just going to tell you this: PLEASE EAT […]


27 Sep 2018

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To Do: Weekend of September 27th -30th

Fall has officially arrived! No matter whatever the temperature actually is, there will be pumpkins and hay bales everywhere until we decide to hang the mistletoe. How shall we autumn this weekend? Tonight, journalist Bill Press who is frequently seen at the Hill Center interviewing big shots will be the star of the show as […]


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 […]


06 Sep 2018

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To Do: Weekend of September 6th-9th

I love a short week. It feels like we just started and Bam! Another weekend is upon us. How shall we observe it? Tonight, take in the Folger Theatre’s adaptation of Macbeth as it was interpreted by Sir William Davenport during the Restoration. The Restoration period of theatre began in 1860 when the monarchy was […]


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