15 Nov 2018

Events:

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 […]


13 Nov 2018

News:

Hill Buzz

It’s always a little tough to get the week started after a three-day weekend. Respectfully from all DCPS parents to DCPS: WHY IS THIS YEAR’S SCHEDULE  MORE TERRIBLE THAN USUAL? Who signed off on all these days off in a row? Speaking of days off, yesterday was Veterans Day, observed. Larry has a pictorial of […]


09 Nov 2018

Events:

Fun Weekend Plan: Politics & Pints Capitol Hill Tour

Though I’ve lived on the Hill for well over a decade and a few of my friends are tour guides, I recently learned a couple of bits of trivia about my beloved Capitol Hill. How did that happen? I was invited to take a tour led by the spunky folks at Urban Adventures: the Politics […]


08 Nov 2018

Events:

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 […]


25 Oct 2018

Events:

To Do: Weekend of October 25th – 28th

Happy almost Halloween everyone! This is one of my most favorite Capitol Hill times of the year. Our neighborhood really shines in the fall. Hill-o-ween, Literary Feast and the chaotic mayhem and joy that is trick-or-treating on East Capitol Street bring out so much of what makes this the greatest place to live. If you […]


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