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SWS Open House TOMORROW, January 15th

January 14th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, H Street, Near Northeast/Atlas District

Listen up, expecting, new, and already-struggling-with-a-toddler-thanks parents! It’s OPEN HOUSE SEASON at your local schools, and we’re here to keep you updated about it. Why visit a school during open house? It’s a chance for you as a new parent to create fellow parent contacts, as well as to see the future learning environment of […]

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Five Questions with Keira Havner and Lia Salza Goldstein of Little Loft

December 4th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill

Back in late September, we announced the great news about Little Loft, a new art studio for children right across the street from Frager’s. We asked Keira Havner and Lia Salza Goldstein a few questions, so you can get a better idea of who are the people behind the business. Enjoy!

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A Shakespeare Among Us? Young Playwrights Event Tonight

March 20th, 2012 · No Comments · Eastern Market

Theatre fan? Parent of a budding thespian? Someone who knows a child with a flair for the dramatic? Then you may want to check out tonight’s free community reading of student-written work by the Young Playwrights’ Theatre. The event starts at 7pm at Capitol Hill Arts Workshop. A part of the 2012 New Play Festival, the event will […]

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A Barbershop Duet: First off, Brice’s

July 8th, 2010 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Eastern Market

I hesitate to start a post in this fashion: sometimes I wish I were a man, so I could get my hair cut at a barbershop — although of course, some women do actually get their hair cut at barbershops and wouldn’t spend anything north of $15 or go into a place that offers anything […]

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Apparently, I Hate You All

May 17th, 2010 · 15 Comments · Capitol Hill

So, a few weeks ago, I got a call from a Washington Post reporter, Annys Shin, regarding some comments I had made on a Greater Greater Washington post regarding strollers on the Circulator. We chatted briefly about the challenges and rewards of urban parenting and then I more or less forgot about the conversation until […]

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