15 Jun 2011

Chemicals in Fountain at 13th Street Garden Found Safe

The 13th Street Community Park and Garden, between C and D on 13th Street SE, while designed and built for all Hill residents to enjoy, is not quite the amenity some parents would like it to be. In fact, for a few days last week, it wasn’t safe for dogs or young splash-abouts. That’s been […]

02 Jun 2011

Schedule for Upcoming Rumsey Pool Closure Still Uncertain

It does strike me as odd that despite Memorial Day being the kick-off to all things summer, especially this brutal weather, DC swimming pools were closed on Monday, and shuttered again on Tuesday for a fulough day. The good news is that Rumsey Aquatic Center will be opened through July, at very least. Yes, that’s […]

11 May 2011

Parking it in the Sun

As a child, (this, of course, when being sun-smart was non-existent), one of my summer memories is playing in my grandparents’ pool as my aunt chose to stay on land in a swimsuit that exposed more than it covered as she coated herself in baby oil and let the sun bake her. Now, there are […]

01 Mar 2011

Do the Backhand Shuffle

Get out our centre court whites and start warming up your swing.  Spring registration opens TODAY for Tennis on the Hill. Building on last year’s programs, TotH is adding some new classes for the younger set (ages 4+) to refine skills learned during last year’s programs.  So they’ll still have Little Shots and QuickStart 1, […]

20 Jan 2011

Things We Take For Granted: Outdoor Spaces

If you have children you surely understand what it means to have cabin fever—the kind of condition that leaves children with boundless energy while homes and parents suffer the consequences of said boundless energy. As far as a work-life balance goes, I’d say I have it pretty good. I spend three days a week in […]

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