04 Mar 2021

Building community:

March 11: Line the Capitol Fence for DC Statehood!

Do you want to bring awareness of the Statehood fight while also bringing awareness of just how annoying the Capitol fence is? Friend of the blog Andria Thomas sent this my way on behalf of Show Up For DC. Pencil in a week from today, Thursday, March 11. Read below and SHARE FAR AND WIDE! […]


04 Mar 2021
04 Mar 2021

Arts & Entertainment:

Herb Scott: Sax and activism

You may know Herb Scott from his weekly concerts at Mr. Henry’s, whether in-person or from the comfort of your living room due to the pandemic. COVID has been especially hard on musicians, live acts and venues. By talking to local musicians such as Herb, I hope you can learn more about them and support […]


02 Mar 2021

News:

Hill Buzz

Happy Tuesday! Over on Twitter, we’ve been reminiscing about our pre-pandemic selves and what that looked like. We’ve also been sharing the daily coronavirus data from the office of the Mayor. It’s interesting to note that the transmission rate has gone up in the past few days. The daily case rate has also gone up. […]


01 Mar 2021

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: 9th Street Christian Church

In my quest to document every church on Capitol Hill, I have now come to the corner of 9th and D Streets NE and the Ninth Street Christian Church there. This quest dovetailed with a request from Austin Graff, whom you may know from his beautiful photographs of all our communities around the DC Metro […]


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