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Saturday, February 22, 2020

Angie Brunson

Angie Brunson and her late husband, Isiah, shared country roots and city living during their 53 years of marriage and their 40-something years with...

Roof Leaks Can Be Funny

A roofer tells his bar buddy how he fixed a roof leak, and the story goes like this. “Owner shows me a leak in the...

The Literary Hill – September 2017

A Pioneer Everywoman During the trek, she cared for the children, did the cooking and laundry, pitched the tents, and yoked the oxen that pulled...

The Soulful Side of Bluegrass

The Steeldrivers is a Nashville-based band with a traditional bluegrass lineup up of players who have performed with major country acts. They’re all virtuosos,...

Going Places with ‘Small Planes’

The Seventh Child In August, Ryan and Jill Jensen, owners of Peregrine Espresso, celebrated the ninth birthday of what the company’s website calls their “first...

Five Things to Know When Remodeling an Historic Home

Remodeling an historic house in Washington presents many challenges, but also abundant rewards. Data from Realtor.com and the National Register of Historic Places indicates...

Intolerant of Intolerance in Ward 6

A man with a swastika tattoo yells the “N” word to a black city worker. An LGBTQ Pride flag is burned while hanging on...

Dining Notes – September 2017

Where did the summer go? We finally dined at Sospeso, the Mediterranean charmer that arrived last winter in the Atlas District. Situated across the...

Medical Marijuana: Not Just for Cancer

Medical marijuana is about to celebrate its fourth year in the District. However, lack of patient enrollment has the medical cannabis industry wondering if...

Stuart James Long (1942-2017): The Hill’s Restaurateur

On a warm summer morning, it is a sad day at St. Aloysius Church on North Capitol Street. More than five hundred have gathered...
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