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The Happiest Hour: Atlas Brew Works, Now Serving Pints!

July 25th, 2014 · No Comments · Near Northeast/Atlas District

We have incurred the holy wrath of some of you out there by trying to extend the boundaries of Capitol Hill before. However, this is such a delicious piece of news, we hope even the most stringent by-the-book boundary supporters won’t mind this foray beyond H Street, because BEER. As some of you may know, […]

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To Do

July 24th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Need plans for the weekend? I’ve got you covered. And when in doubt, there is FRINGE. Final weekend folks! Tonight Cool chick Mary Timony’s band EX HEX plays at the Rock and Roll Hotel tonight with Hospitality. Tickets are $13 and the doors open at 7pm. Friday and Saturday you can catch Hamlet performed by the […]

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Weekend East City Event Round Up: The Art of Sound, Handwriting and Conversation Edition

July 24th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Thursday, July 24 Washington Project for the Arts – 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This Thursday, WPA presents the sixth installment of the Lobby Project with the work of artist Anthony Palliparambil, Jr. The exhibition features 280 prints created solely on an iPad examining the role technology and social media play in the arts. For […]

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Celebrating 4th of July on Capitol Hill

July 3rd, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC

This is one of my very favorite holidays to spend in the neighborhood. Not only are we walking distance to the biggest fireworks show in town, there are tons of ways to celebrate right in the neighborhood. My favorite way to kick off the holiday takes place today. I like to sit on the Capitol […]

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H Street’s FRESHFARM Market Celebrates 10 years!

July 2nd, 2014 · No Comments · DC, H Street

Maybe you have witnessed the tremendous amount of change happening on Capitol Hill, and especially the H Street Corridor, in the past decade or so. It gets a little more surreal sometimes when you think of big anniversaries and milestones. It took me a couple of minutes to fathom what it means that the happy little market […]

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