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Thursday, December 1, 2022

Getting Involved in Gardening this Summer

There is an urban legend that circulates this time of year. It warns enthusiastic garden folks that it takes years, decades even, to get...

Volunteer at Kenilworth Park

Now that fall has arrived, it is time to begin putting the gardens to bed for the winter. On Oct. 28 from 9 a.m....

Dwell

On a chilly January morning I pulled up to an old stable located in an alley off of Florida Avenue in DC’s Trinidad neighborhood....

Ward 8 Homebuyers Club

Homeownership is to many people a symbol of success. It’s likely the biggest purchase of your life, and that’s a big accomplishment. MANNA is...

Making Produce Last

Now that you’ve scored some of the season's freshest goodies, you will want to keep them as long as possible. When it comes to...

Beware the Tiny Hitchhikers

Creeping, crawling, feeding under the covers of night. They move in swiftly, only to retreat soon after to the safety of cracks and crevices....

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...

Dear Problem Lady – September 2017

What do you know about using milk as a fertilizer, specifically on tomato plants? My neighbor insists that milk is a good fertilizer. He...

Herbal Ascension Yoga

If words like namaste, Om, asana and Shanti make you want to tune out of a conversation, you may want to tune back in....

Take a Tour of Historic Barry Farm

The history of Southeast Washington details communities of change and contrast. What once was becomes something entirely new, and, thanks to historians like Alcione...