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October 16th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC

The weekend is nearly here, so if you are still flailing about for ways to occupy your time, here are some ideas. Tonight the Library of Congress  presents Intelligence of the Human Machine at the Atlas. Cellist Katinka Kleijn, a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra and International Contemporary Ensemble connects to an EEG headset to play […]

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May 13th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

City Desk explained why some Eastern Market vendors are split on a plan to reopen 7th Street SE on weekends. JDLand shared renderings of the proposed Homewood Suites Hotel at 50 M Street SE. Girl Meets Food noted that if you are going to buy a $300 bottle of scotch from one of our liquor stores, […]

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March 6th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

There is still snow on the ground but the air no longer hurts my face so perhaps spring is nigh? Let me know, will you? I’m staying inside to watch True Detective until the weather sorts itself out. It’s warm in Louisiana… For the rest of your more reality-based readers, here is what there is […]

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First Bite: Sona Creamery

March 4th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South, Eastern Market

Two of my favorite things are wine and cheese, especially paired together. So I was quite excited to hear about the opening of Sona Creamery on Pennsylvania Avenue SE. Little did I know that the wine and cheese were only the start to what Capitol Hill’s newest restaurant has to offer. I noticed their menu […]

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Remembrances: Gertrude “Louise” Morgal, Market Produce Vendor

February 28th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

There are some characters on Capitol Hill that you feel like you know simply since you’ve observed them for years. They’re threads that knit the neighborhood together, and in their absence it becomes clear how their spirit was integral to our beloved ‘burg. Louise Morgal, a staple of the market community since the 1960s, was […]

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