22 Jan 2020


Hill Buzz

Good frigid morning, Capitol Hill! It’s reassuring when winter behaves as it ought, don’t you think? On with the links! A terrifying sight just a little ways off the neighborhood: A collapsing building that injured a passerby and scared the living daylights out of several more. We’re glad to hear DCRA paid the construction site […]

21 Jan 2020


The March for Life (and the littering and reckless charter buses) is coming this Thursday and Friday

I’m not going to discuss the merits or lack thereof regarding the March for Life this coming Friday, January 24th: With whichever side of this debate you happen to agree, I’m sure this humble local blog isn’t going to change your mind. But can we talk for a minute about the environmental disaster that they […]

21 Jan 2020


Lost Capitol Hill: In the Shadow of the United States Capitol

I was recently contacted by the authors of this book and sent a review copy. I had seen it previously and thought that I should probably read it, but thought that it was just going to cover territory that I already knew. As it turned out, I was quite wrong in this assessment. There was […]

16 Jan 2020


To Do: Weekend of January 16th – 19th

Happy weekend, everyone! It might be a long one for some, especially those lucky DCPS kids who get a four-day break. Regardless of your particular situation, you will need to fill whatever free time you may have with something so why not this? Make sure you also check out our list of live music acts […]

15 Jan 2020


What’s your least favorite H Street intersection?

So this afternoon, while we were getting news that someone threatened the Fraternal Order of Police with a bomb threat of some sort––something we will likely never know for sure, because the Capitol Police seldom shares information about their activity–– a cyclist was hit at 3rd and H Streets NE. Our friend Loren at the […]

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