05 Jun 2018

Election 2018:

Why You Should Vote NO on Initiative 77

After spending some time talking to people in the service industry, I feel strongly enough on Initiative 77 to write an editorial opinion. If you’re still on the fence, please read this post and the linked information. A special thank you to Lauren Ulrich, Stephanie Hulbert and Tony Tomelden for taking the time to explain […]

04 Jun 2018



Cross-posted from Barred in DC The 201 Bar closes its doors on Friday, June 15th. Originally opened in 2003 as “Lounge 201” (before a summer 2012 make-over), the subterranean watering hole on Capitol Hill near Union Station has long welcomed Senate staffers and lobbyists for after-work happy hours as well as many private events over […]

19 Apr 2018


To Do: Weekend of April 19th – 22nd

Did anyone manage to get tickets to the Iñárritu exhibit when they were made available this past Monday? I tried but it was booked up by 8:15. On the one hand, it is genuinely thrilling to be a member of such a culturally aware community; but keeping up with the cool kids requires a calendar of […]

27 Mar 2018


Hill Buzz

The Douglas Memorial United Methodist Church was never the same after the 1968 riots. A nice profile of an H Street NE landmark over the past 50 years. Washington Post. A novel but common sense take on the essentials of a good meal: Good service, good food, good ambiance/décor. Seems like Barracks Row’s own Garrison […]

28 Dec 2017


To Do: Weekend of December 28th – 31st

Hey there! I am still enjoying the relative peace and quiet of this week— my favorite of the year. The severe cold we are experiencing only encourages my shameless hunkering, binging and baking tendencies. While I have not yet embraced the adult onesie that my teens and and twenty-something sister-in-law have been sporting, I have […]

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