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Saturday, September 21, 2019

Attend 11th Magic & Miracles Gala June 3

Tickets are still available! Ready, Willing & Working will host the 11th Annual Magic & Miracles Gala on Monday, June 3, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m....

Run, Recycle at Capitol Hill Classic Sunday

The Capitol Hill Classic, the largest and oldest 10K in the District, will celebrate their 40th annual anniversary on Sunday May 19th, 2019 with...

Marie Kondo-ing, Responsibly

The Marie Kondo Effect is taking the US by storm. If you haven’t heard of her, Marie Kondo is the author of the New...

Ten Tips to Organizing Your Home Life on Capitol Hill

By now, almost all of us have heard about anti-clutter superstar Marie Kondo. Her blockbuster book, “The Life Changing Magic of Tiding Up,” and...

Benefits of Cycling Celebrated at Bike to School Day

https://twitter.com/bikepedantic/status/1126104440619053058 Councilmember Charles Allen (Ward 6-D) again cycled to Lincoln Park Wednesday morning to serve as the Master of Ceremonies for Bike to School Day....

Forget Marie Kondo, Here’s to Stashing it All

I have been to McLean. In McLean they have closets. Such closets! Master suites have closets the size of boutiques, one for her, one for...

Volunteer at The 13th Street Community Garden

The 13th Street Community Park & Garden at the corner of 13th and C Street SE is looking for volunteers to do light weeding...

Help Mary Wright Fight Cancer

Longtime Hill resident, former Advisory Neighborhood Commissioner Mary Wright has been diagnosed with cancer. Her friends are banding together to help her offset the...

The National Arboretum – Friend to the Anacostia

The National Arboretum, 450 acres of nearly all open space with a mile of frontage on the Anacostia, has served for many years as...

Andre Mack: Little Strong Man

Whenever I see bags of trash and recycling piling up in my kitchen, I think of Andre. That may not seem like an auspicious...