05 Sep 2018


Hill Buzz

It’s not Tuesday but you can still wish me a happy birthday! Some of the birthday presents that the Powers That Be saw fit to give me this year are the DC Auditor’s survey on DCPS principals and excerpts from Bob Woodward’s latest book. While I catch up on my, um, light reading, here are some […]

30 Mar 2017

To Do:

To Do Weekend of March 30th – April 2nd

Hey friends! April Fool’s Day is Saturday so I hope you are planning delicious pranks for your loved ones. I’m sure they will appreciate a break from reality! So what else will you be doing this weekend? Tonight, the Friends of the Northeast Library (7th and Maryland NE) are hosting a Meet and Greet at […]

03 Feb 2016


Books From Birth Launches Tomorrow

Tomorrow morning, Councilmember Charles Allen will join DC Mayor Muriel Bowser and DC Public Library Executive Director Richard Reyes-Gavilan to announce the official launch of the city’s Books From Birth early childhood literacy program. Councilmember Charles Allen introduced the Books From Birth initiative last year as part of the city’s efforts to address literacy rates in […]

02 Dec 2015

Capitol Hill:

Book Review: Colleen Shogan’s Stabbing in the Senate

Stabbing in the Senate Colleen Shogan Camel Press 2015 Thrillers set on Capitol Hill have a long history – the Mystery Reader’s Walking Guide: Washington D.C. lists some 100 books set at least partially on the Hill. Some are well-known, such as Margaret Truman’s Murder on Capitol Hill, others like Carolyn Banks’s The Girls on […]

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