The Nationals are back in Washington with a chance to win their first-ever baseball playoff series.
First pitch of the decisive Game 5 against the Los AngelesDodgers is at 8:08 p.m. The series is currently tied 2-2.
On Tuesday, the Dodgers won Game 4, 6-5, and the two teams set a playoff series record with 11 hit batters. The previous record was set in the 1909 World Series between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Detroit Tigers with 10 batters plunked.
It’s Passport Day
Everyone always says Capitol Hill is a fully functioning mini-city and today you can feel the perks of that.
Staffers, members of Congress, support employees or even your children can get their passports renewed or receive a passport right at work, courtesy of the State Department.
In the Rayburn Foyer from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., bring a completed application, evidence of citizenship, identification, a check, money order or credit card and a 2-by-2-inch photograph. For more information, call 202-226-4642.
D.C. cultural event of the day
The National Gallery of Art (Sixth Street & Constitution Avenue Northwest) hosts its first “Evening at the Edge” in which attendees are invited into the East Building after hours. From 6-9 p.m., this free event includes exploring the gallery as well as live music, and theater and film performances. Light fare and drink are available for purchase. “Evenings at the Edge” will continue every second Thursday of the month until April 2017.
Read HOH’s review of the renovated East Building.
Members over recess
If “Home Improvement” has a Netflix reboot…Rep. Rigell is ready. #tooltime pic.twitter.com/QmYCPYQBZG
— Rep. Scott Rigell (@RepScottRigell) October 12, 2016
Roll Call fall graduate school fair
Join Roll Call Live for D.C.’s premier graduate school fair on Oct. 27 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at the Phoenix Park Hotel (520 North Capitol St. NW). You can network with representatives from the best graduate schools in public affairs, politics, business and government.
Register at rollcallgradfair.com.
Happy birthday to…
Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., 58.
Rep. Vicky Hartzler, R-Mo., 56.
What’s going on?
Have any tips, announcements or Hill happenings? Send them to AlexGangitano@cqrollcall.com.