02 Jul 2015


RightRides Will Bring You Home, Will NOT Ask You To “Smile, baby”

I consider myself lucky in never having been physically assaulted in the streets of DC. My compassion and healing thoughts are with those of you who have been mugged or assaulted, or have had property forcibly removed. My condolences are with the families who have had to endure the pain and stress of dealing with […]

02 Jul 2015

To Do:

To Do List for The Weekend of July 2nd – 5th

Holiday weekend happening so most of you are reading this as whilst speeding away from DC towards beachy bliss. (Watch the sharks!) For those of us staying put there may be a few distractions… Tonight learn a few new recipes for the season Summertime Entertaining Cooking with Chef Matt Finarelli at the Hill Center. You will […]

01 Jul 2015


Worst Storm Since 2012 Derecho Does Damage to Capitol Hill

Although many of you slept right through it, the storm that hit our area last night was the worst since the 2012 Derecho hit the region, according to the Washington Post. A Derecho storm covers a much wider swath of land than this storm did, but the effects were felt widely in the area. Alert […]

01 Jul 2015


THIH Guide to Celebrating the 4th of July on Capitol Hill

Much like Halloween, 4th of July is one of those holidays that really makes Capitol Hill feel like a small town in the best ways…but with the perk of being in the middle of our Nation’s Capital. This year, kick off your holiday at Canal Park with an outdoor showing of Independence Day. Because what […]

01 Jul 2015


More Street Closures for CSX VA Ave Tunnel Starting This Week

CSX expects to start more street closures along Virginia Avenue, SE this week, many of which will remain closed throughout the remainder of the project. In CSX’s latest update, they also noted that a number of mature trees mature had to be removed and that “Unfortunately these are only replaceable with smaller trees, which will be […]

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