30 Aug 2016

Sponsored Post:

Pet-Wise: Is it a Healthy Treat or an EEEK?

By Bonny King-Taylor, the doggy lama, pet coach Have you ever noticed how much the dog treat aisle at the pet or grocery store looks a whole lot like the cereal aisle? Sadly, given the ingredients in the most popular treats, the two products are much too similar. My buddy, Bob the dog’s person, once […]


22 Aug 2016

News:

Ward 6 Update from Charles Allen

We are lucky to have a friend as well as a Councilmember in Charles Allen. He and his team periodically send a Ward 6 update. We are sharing the latest one, in case you missed it.  Does it feel a bit like summer is winding down? Schools are getting back in session and Labor Day is […]


22 Aug 2016

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: улитса индепенденс авеню

This weekend, I was pointed to a post by Architect of the Capital (not to be confused with the Architect of the Capitol) about a trove of Soviet-era maps, the men who have made a study of them – and the map of Washington, D.C. that was created at a time when it might have […]


13 Aug 2016

Real Estate:

CAPITOL HILL OPEN HOUSES FOR SUNDAY, AUGUST 14

Contributor Dare Johnson Wenzler is a Capitol Hill resident, Realtor at Compass Real Estate and co-owner of First Vine Wine Imports + Sales. This post also appears on her blog Real Estate On (and off!) the Hill.In the mood for a house with a delightful surprise? 409 Kentucky Ave SE, open Sunday, August 14 from 1-3, is […]


12 Aug 2016

Events:

COMING SOON: WASHINGCON!

Washington DC’s very own board game convention is back! “WashingCon 2”, co-sponsored by Capitol Hill’s very own Labyrinth Game Shop, will take place Saturday and Sunday, September 10th and 11th, at the Georgetown University Hotel and Conference Center. This year we’re expecting about 1000 attendees. Check out all the fun we had last year by clicking here: http://www.washingcon.com/past-washingcons/. WashingCon’s mission is to […]


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