24 May 2016


ANC Commissioner to Transport & Infrastructure: “We want names.”

There is a Transportation and Infrastructure hearing going on RIGHT NOW. Ahead of that hearing, (which you can watch live following this link: http://transportation.house.gov/calendar/eventsingle.aspx?EventID=400196) ANC commissioner Denise Krepp wrote a letter to the committee, which you can read here: WMATA T&I 5-16 Hrg Ltr In the letter, Krepp highlights that residents need names and need to know who […]

24 May 2016


Labyrinth to Expand

Great news for board game aficionados on the Hill and beyond: Labyrinth Games & Puzzles, 645 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, also known as everyone’s favorite game store, is expanding. Even better, they will be taking over the space of the check-cashing place next door. This will almost double the space they have, and will mean that […]

23 May 2016


Lost Capitol Hill: Sabotage at the Navy Yard

In the early days of the Civil War, the fear of sabotage and secessionist spies ran high at the Washington Navy Yard. After all, with even the commandant opting to throw in his lot with the South, it stood to reason that any number of others would stay and attempt to undermine the war effort as […]

20 May 2016

Real Estate:

Capitol Hill Open Houses for Sunday, May 22

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. Still renting? Then check out 612 14th Place NE, Unit 2 , open this Saturday and Sunday from 1-4 It’s a bright 1 […]

19 May 2016


Farm to Family CSA’s Pop-Up Market RIGHT NOW

You may have seen the Farm to Family CSA flyers around the Hill (or maybe you heard about them through us, last year!). Starting today, you can grab some farm-fresh goodness near the corner of 3rd and Massachusetts NE, next to Romeo and Juliet. In addition to supporting local farmers and connecting the average city slicker […]

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