11 Sep 2015


Yoga in the Outfield 9/27: Tickets Now Available

This has not been the easiest season with the Nats, has it? Which is why now, more than ever, we need to take a collective deep breath, realize that summer giveth and summer taketh away, and gaze lovingly at life. Marvel at how it mirrors all the sadness and joy that moves as fast as that […]

21 Apr 2015


Hill Buzz

  Morning, Capitol Hill! Pinch-hitting for Claudia, who is in a way nicer place right now and I am not bitter. Here are a few tidbits from around the intertubes on our favorite neighborhood: Washington Business Journal reports that Stanton-Eastbanc has finally been given the green light to start work on the Hine School project. […]

18 Apr 2014

Get a Discount, Do Some Good

The Nationals began an 11-game home stand last night, and you could be there for all of the action and do something good for a national non-profit. The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, based in Alexandria, Va., in partnership with the Washington Nationals, is offering a coupon code for discounted tickets to Nationals […]

04 Apr 2014

Tour Nationals Park

Friday marks the sixth year that the Nationals will open the gates at Nats Park to the more than 40,000 fans that will descend on the park for the home opener, but did you know that you can tour the park during the regular season? Well you can, and it’s a very informative and worthwhile […]

03 Apr 2013

The Nats can win it all…. IF…

Guest post by Richard Holwill As Monday’s 2-zip win over the Marlins demonstrated, the Nats are rock solid.  The pitching rotation starts with Stephen Strasburg, who retired 19 straight batters in that game.  The offense is led by 20-year old Bryce Harper who thrilled the opening day crowd with two home-runs in his first two at-bats. […]

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