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Sunday, August 19, 2018

Labyrinth Games and Puzzles Offers an Unplugged Community Center

When Kathleen Donahue lets me into Labyrinth Games and Puzzles (645 Pennsylvania Ave SE), the lights are off. It’s a Monday — the only...

Capitol Hill Bookstore Recycles Books and Rules Over Words

At neighborhood used bookstore Capitol Hill Books (657 C St SE), stacks of hard covers and paperbacks are wedged in bathroom sinks and windows...

Patrick’s Pet Care Coming to H Street

Patrick’s Pet Care now offers dog walking and in-home pet sitting in the H Street Corridor Area. Services became available as of June 4. The...

One Person’s Trash Is a Student’s Art

A family visit to the National Zoo in the summer of 2016 to see “Washed Ashore” was the inspiration for the Junk Art Club...

H Street Life

Spring in the District this year felt even more fleeting than usual, with the cold weather seeming almost to transition directly to full-on summer....

Summer in the City

A fun, successful DC summer can best be had outdoors: outdoor dining, swimming, bicycling, hiking, boating, sun bathing, exercising, reading, listening to music, watching...

Vacation on the Anacostia this year!

This month’s entire issue is devoted to travel and vacation. For many this means seeking out exotic or famous places to visit. But in...

Celebrating Five Years of Mindfulness Meditation on the Hill

On Saturday mornings, just a few blocks from the Capitol Building, members of the Hill community gather at the Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church Annex...

Marie Hertzberg 1915 – 2018

One of Capitol Hill's preeminent rosarians, Marie Hertzberg, died peacefully at the Washington Home Hospice on Monday, April 2, 2018. A longtime member of...

Become a Friend of Lincoln Park

In Pierre L’Enfant’s 1791 plan for Washington, the square now known as Lincoln Park was to contain a monument, a point from which all...