26 Mar 2010

A Marvelous Wine Tasting

Beginning tonight, Marvelous Market on Capitol Hill will be hosting a wine tasting on the last Friday of every month until October. From 5-7 p.m., they’ll be opening some interesting and extremely affordable wines that should match the spring weather perfectly. For the whites, they’re opening a 2009 Picpoul de Pinet (a white Rhone that’ll […]

19 Nov 2009

The To-Do List

To-Do List Welcome to a glorious weekend with leaves making their multi-colored descent to the ground.  I hope you’ll get out and enjoy a few of these activities throughout the weekend. Thursday
Start the weekend a little early with a Thursday Mom’s Night Out visit to the 5th Anniversary celebration of Capitol Hill business Dawn Price […]

27 Jul 2009

Lost Capitol Hill: The National Capital Brewing Company

In my five years on the Hill, I’ve been incredibly pleased to see the changes, particularly in the restaurant scene. Lots of new favorites have opened up, while old ones keep getting better. Sadly, there are still a couple of niches that remained unfilled: 2 Amys should really consider opening a second store here. And […]

23 Jul 2009

Five Questions with Rebecca Bisgyer of Dog-ma

As anyone who’s been on Capitol Hill for even an hour knows, the Hill is possibly the dog-friendliest community in the city.  Unfortunately, many of us have jobs that take us away from our furry companions for much of the day. Thankfully, we have Rebecca Bisgyer to the rescue!  Rebecca was toiling away in the […]

20 Jun 2009

Kids: free to shop or not?

Enforcement of a long-held policy of barring people under 16 unless accompanied by a parent became a flashpoint on Barracks Row recently. When Patty Curran’s son Ian, on an errand from his mother to buy raw hide and waste bags, the 13 year-old was prevented from entering Chateau Animaux. Curran, mother also to a 17 […]

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