30 Sep 2015

Local Politics:

No Football Stadium for RFK!

As the old RFK Stadium crumbles to dust, we have an incredible opportunity to grow our city in innovative ways. The RFK complex occupies something on the order of 190 acres on the Anacostia river, easily accessible to transit, and is a tabula rasa for the entire city. There’s so much we could do with it. […]

11 Sep 2015

Capitol Hill:

The Bee Buzz: Support Our Bees with Your Wallet & Yard

The topic of insects is quite popular in my house these days. We spoon heaps of honey on top of Greek yogurt at breakfast, so the topic of bees rouses interest. While locally-sourced honey is said to help children develop immunity to allergies, we mostly like it because it’s sticky and delicious, and besides, its golden goodness […]

11 Aug 2015


Hill East Safety Walk Tonight

Join the Mayor’s Office of Community Relations and your local ANC Commissioners for a safety walk in Hill East TONIGHT from 5:30-7pm. Meet at Eastern High School, at 1700 East Capitol Street, NE. During the walk you will be able to talk to DC government officials, get safety tips and facts, and meet your neighbors. A […]

10 Aug 2015


Neighbors Rally to Catch Hill East Thief

Every once in a while you hear of people coming together as a community and doing something heroic. Sometimes, that community is your community. This weekend, we received an email from a Hill East neighbor sharing one such story. A resident who’s called the Hill home for less than a  year put his front porch surveillance […]

26 Jun 2015


Yoga Mortis at Congressional Cemetery

Parties, races, outdoor movie nights, ghost tours…Congressional Cemetery really knows how to keep things lively for the neighbors. And now they have added yoga to their calendar. Every Monday evening, head to the chapel for ‘Yoga Mortis’, donation-based vinyasa flow classes from 6-7pm. All levels are welcome and no reservations are necessary. Props and a limited number of […]

Add to Flipboard Magazine.