EastCityArt has this piece about a world-class show coming to Studio H (408 H St) April 2. Sounds awesome!
WBJ's Mike Neibauer has this piece about Westmill Development's plans to support new small businesses on corridors, including H Street. Westmill recently purchased 1207 H St, which is the parcel that currently houses Autozone and plan to redevelop the property at the end of Autozone's lease.
The Examiner says the Atlas Performing Arts Center (1333 H St) is one of the metro area's top 10 peforming arts venues.
The Hill is Home talks up the X2 bus. We're regular riders, though we prefer the X9 during the limited hours it is available.
We Love DC has a nice interview with Granville Moore's (1238 H St) Chef Teddy Folkman.
WeLoveDC also checked out Church & State (1236 H St) bartender Josh Berner's entry in the Artini contest.
EatingaroundDC had a pleasurable visit to Dangerously Delicious Pies (133 H St) on Pi Day and concluded that it was part of the evolution of food scene on H Street "from what was once a row of hipster watering holes to now include some vibrant and eclectic dining destinations." We concur, though Granville Moore's has been turning out some pretty terrific food -- and not just moules frites -- for more than a few years now (hard to believe, but it was three years ago that Chef Teddy Folkman bested Iron Chef Bobby Flay on the Food Network in a throwdown to see who made the best mussles).
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