12 Jul 2019


To Do: Weekend of July 11th – 14th

Hope you survived the Monday Monsoon without too much drama. Speaking of drama… The Capitol Fringe Festival has taken over Southwest and performances are happening all over. Pick your outings based on time, day, genre and location. There are comedies, musicals, dramas, dance pieces and even some family friendly offerings. Start planning here. Tonight night […]

19 Jul 2011

Free Paddling Nights Along the Anacostia

I’m told I live just over 2,000 feet from a river, but despite living here a better part of a decade, I’ve had next to no interaction with it. It’s a mystery to me, seen mostly as a blur from my car when I drive out East Capitol. Fortunately, the Anacostia Watershed Society can help […]

07 Oct 2010

The To-Do List

Survive the high humidity and brutal heat of a DC summer and the unpredictable nature of a DC winter and residents are rewarded with two months of great weather: April and October.  Temperatures are crisper, the humidity is lower, and it’s mostly a pleasure to be outside.  Why not spend some time outside this weekend?  […]

04 Dec 2009

CHRS Passes Resolution Supporting Streetcars Without Overhead Wires

Ever since D.C. announced its plans to bring streetcars back to the city, the question of powering them with overhead wires has been a hot topic.  A law dating back to the 1800’s prohibits overhead wires in the “old city,” begging the question of how DDOT plans to power the streetcars.  Once it became clear […]

28 Oct 2009

Progress on Riverfront BID’s Vision

In a setting meant to evoke potential, the Capitol Riverfront BID and the Washington, DC Economic Partnership hosted a Storefront Summit on October 27th in the unfinished top floor of 55 M Street, SE.  With representatives from the BID, WDCEP, Monument Realty, and local eateries, an upbeat picture emerged for progress on the Riverfront. At […]

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