24 Nov


Hugs and Kisses From DC 2024

Editorial by Hill Resident, Denise Krepp Olympic fever has descended on the Potomac. A lovely group of individuals calling themselves DC 2024 is rallying DC government officials to support the organization’s bid to be the official U.S. nomination for the summer 2024 Olympic Games. Unfortunately, this rallying effort does not include talking with DC residents […]

17 Nov


Get Your Thanksgiving Houseguests Out of the House, Just for a Little Bit

Our homes feel a little tight sometimes, correct? If you’re considering renting some extra chairs to host your guests for Thanksgiving, it’s likely you might also be anticipating the house feeling a little cramped. Put aside your anxiety and read on my friends. We live within walking distance of some pretty great cultural sites as […]

19 Oct

Real Estate:

Open House Round Up for 10/19/14

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. Craving stylish wide open spaces, metro proximity and great closets/baths? For under $600k? Pinch yourself, you’re not dreaming! You’re at 1621 D […]

24 Sep

Bluegrass at Penn Exxon, this Saturday 9/27!

File this one under, “Things that make Capitol Hill even more awesome:” This Saturday, September 27, you can catch a live Bluegrass performance by Stefan Custodi and The Knucklebusters at Penn Exxon, 1201 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, from 2-6 pm. You can catch them on your way to, or coming back from, Barracks Row festival! In […]

16 Sep

Reopening Southeast Freeway a Big Mistake

Guest Post by ANC 6B Commissioner Brian Flahaven The District Department of Transportation is moving ahead with an ill-advised plan to reopen the closed segment of the Southeast Freeway between Barney Circle and 11th Street SE, re-introducing a major barrier between Southeast Capitol Hill and the Anacostia River waterfront. In January 2013, DDOT closed the […]