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January 9th, 2014 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, H Street

According to my social media feeds about half of you are dealing with a burst pipe due to the Polar Vortex. I am too, so my plans are booked for this weekend. But, if your pipes remained intact, here are a few ideas for how to spend your time. The National Symphony Orchestra is here […]

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November 21st, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South, Eastern Market, H Street, Near Northeast/Atlas District

One more weekend before Holiday season is officially upon us. Shall we fast? Juice? Meditate? Some sort of pre-party cleansing feels appropriate. But if that’s not your thing, then try this: Tonight, get an idea behind what makes you red or blue, left or right, elephant or donkey. The Hill Center hosts a lecture by […]

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November 1st, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC

Hope everyone had a happy Halloween! What’s ahead for the weekend folks? Friday through Sunday the Hill Center is hosting a huge ceramics event, called Pottery on the Hill. Sixteen of the nation’s top ceramic artists will gather and show-off ceramic table platters, fanciful mugs, one-of-a-kind cups, cooking pots, vases, and other whimsical and functional pieces. Many […]

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August 8th, 2013 · 4 Comments · Capitol Hill

What is social media for if not to make our friends jealous with our pictures of our painted toes against an ocean backdrop; or  jealous of us in front of something awesome or just a rustic table laden with wine glasses and lobster. So after looking at everyone else having a fun summer, we are […]

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July 18th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC

I’m not going to talk about the heat. But, I will talk about how to avoid the outdoors this weekend. Tonight: Enjoy the sweet, cold air conditioning at the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Catch either Oscar Wilde’s Salome, the story of Herod’s daughter who had such a crush on John the Baptist, she asked for […]

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