03 Mar 2015


Hill Buzz

  The Streetcar saga continues as multiple sources, including WAMU and the Washington Business Journal reported that it is looking more and more like the Bowser administration is not going to let the streetcar project happen. ANC 6B Commissioner Brian Flahaven, District Source, and Washington Business Journal reported that after 12 years, the Land Disposition Agreement (LDA) for […]

02 Mar 2015


Granville Moore’s: More Than Just Mussels

Another side effect of this long cold winter has taken shape in the form of a mussel shortage. This can be tough news for any restaurant that has earned its fame from its flavorful bowls of the shelled treats. Granville Moore’s may have first been known for its mussels (Chef Teddy Folkman even beat Bobby […]

02 Mar 2015


Lost Capitol Hill: Anthony Oden’s Name

Usually, when I write of some story or another, I try to make it a complete one, one that actually answers a question – be it ever so small or irrelevant. Today is a little different, as it is based on one short newspaper article – and a question that the article raises, a question […]

01 Mar 2015

Real Estate:

Open House Round Up for 3/01/15

Guest contributor Dare Johnson Wenzler is a Capitol Hill resident, Realtor and co-owner of First Vine Wine Imports + Sales. This post also appears on her blog Real Estate On (and off!) the Hill. Some news bears repeating: 1409 G St NE is one of the best condo opportunities in our neighborhood. There are 3 units left […]

26 Feb 2015


Low Lily Performs This Saturday at The Corner Store

If you’ve never caught a show in the cozy, intimate venue at The Corner Store, 900 South Carolina Avenue SE, you’re missing out. The small venue is part of the home of artist couple Kris Swanson and Roy Mustelier. They line up all manner of wonderful acts which you get to experience in a laid-back […]