24 Jun 2015

Dining:

DoorDash brings new food delivery service to the Hill

Ever crave a lobster roll from Luke’s Lobster, but not had the time or energy to schlep to Chinatown? Or feel like your dinner options are limited by who delivers? Well, Door Dash is hoping to change that for Capitol Hill residents. Founded in 2013 in a dorm room at Stanford, Door Dash has now […]


22 Jun 2015

Fitness:

M Street Yoga Fills Yoga Void in SW

The Hill is Home readers who live or work in Southwest, or those just looking for a new yoga adventure, have a great yoga option near the Waterfront Metro stop. M Street Yoga opened back in September, but I recently learned about it and wanted to check it out for you guys. Nestled back in […]


29 May 2015

Capitol Riverfront/ Near Southeast:

Willie’s BBQ: Tasty, Generous and Perfect Pre-Baseball Eats

Summer doesn’t start until June 21 but as the temperatures near 90, summer time activities can commence. To me, that means consuming barbecue, and doing it with vigor. Sadly, unlike where I grew up, you don’t see many guys standing around a converted oil tank barbecue grill on the Hill. I’m on a quest for the […]


12 May 2015

Fitness:

ClassPass on Capitol Hill

Like it or not, we’re full steam ahead to swimsuit season. There’s no time like the present to use trying a new gym class as a good excuse to get or stay active! ClassPass offers some great options on the Hill, and could be your ticket to a beach-ready bod. Not familiar with ClassPass? It’s […]


26 Jan 2015

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: First Navy Yard Neighborhood Schools pt. 2

Two weeks ago, I wrote about the first schools in the Navy Yard neighborhood, and how two buildings formerly used for other purposes were repurposed for this new task. Today, I will look at other schools, including some buildings that are still in use, in the neighborhood. In spite of their slipshod nature, the two […]


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