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A Literary Feast: Registration is Open

August 27th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

One of the most creative ways of meeting your neighbors while caring for your community at large is coming up on Saturday, October 19: A Literary Feast. You can now register for one of the thirty-three amazing book/dinner combinations of your choice or you can ask to be surprised (in case you’re a gambling meat-eating […]

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Open House Round-Up for 8/11/13

August 11th, 2013 · 1 Comment · DC

Guest contributor Dare Johnson Wenzler is a Capitol Hill resident, Realtor and co-owner of First Vine Wine Imports + Sales. This post also appears on her blog Real Estate On (and off!) the Hill. In terms of good location and return on investment, I’m really liking Trinidad these days; in particular, I like the southwest […]

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Summer Inventory Sale at Art Enables TOMORROW, 1-4 pm

August 9th, 2013 · No Comments · DC

Sometimes an endeavor is so worthwhile, it’s okay to pretend the neighborhood extends upward more than the passionately-defended boundaries allow, right?  Art Enables, 2204 Rhode Island Avenue NE, a non-profit that supports artist with disabilities in their self-expression, as well as in making a living through their art, is such an exception. For the sticklers, […]

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56th Annual Capitol Hill House & Garden Tour

April 17th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South

If I see an open house, chances are I’m going in to check it out. I love design and home décor, so the situation is pretty much the equivalent of the proverbial kid walking into a candy store. Given Sharee’s recent posts about her home search, I have to admit I also find myself drawn […]

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Things We Take for Granted: The Covered Dish

December 13th, 2012 · 3 Comments · Capitol Hill

Growing up in the South, I have witnessed the covered dish in all its forms: church social, holiday picnic, family reunion, and sick friend. It was the answer to all ills and the basis of any reason to gather. Yet, until recently, I never quite appreciated its ability to nourish the spirit. This summer, I […]

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