12 Aug 2020

Election 2020:

Meet the At-Large candidates: Christina Henderson

This fall, Washingtonians will be voting for an At-large Councilmember, as David Grosso announced that he would not run again. The field of candidates is extremely large and varied, with 25 people vying for the seat. The Hill is Home partnered up with CHAMPS, the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, to ask the candidates a […]


11 Aug 2020

Election 2020:

Meet the Candidates: John Cheeks,

Hello there! In addition to all the COVID craziness, it’s also an election year. On November 3, we will be voting not just for President, but for many seats at the local level. One of those positions is that of the Delegate to the United States House of Representatives, currently held by Eleanor Holmes Norton, […]


11 Aug 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Good morning, Capitol Hill! Guess what? The Capitol Hill Safeway opens to the public on Wednesday, August 12! Are you making your list and checking it twice? So are we! We’ll be there for today’s preview and will share fun things via Instagram. Make sure you follow! Incidentally, if you hear cannons firing this morning, […]


10 Aug 2020

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: William C. Costin

I recently watched a lecture given by Steve Livengood of the Capitol Historical Society about those who lived on Square 688 just southeast of the Capitol. While most who lived there were exactly the kinds of people you would expect – doorkeepers of the House and Senate, for instance, one man in particular jumped out […]


06 Aug 2020

Events:

To Do From Home, Week of August 6, 2020

I think we can all agree that the best place for most of us is at home, and if you must go out, WEAR YOUR MASK. So here are some things for you and your loved ones to do, while we get those numbers down. And if you’re out and about and see people not […]


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