25 Aug 2015

Events:

PARK(ing) Day Permit Applications Now Being Accepted

DC’s annual PARK(ing) Day is returning Friday, September 18, and this is your chance to be part of the action. DDOT is accepting permit applications to set up your own PARK(ing) spot. The day is part of the city’s work to promote alternative modes of transportation. As much as I love my car and the convenience […]


25 Aug 2015

Events:

Jazz Jam School Supply Drive at Mr Henry’s

Capitol Hill Jazz Jam is working with Two Rivers Public Charter School and is holding a school supply drive for the students. Come to Jazz Jam at Mr. Henry’s this Wednesday, August 26, from 8-11 p.m. with your school supply donations, and stay awhile to enjoy the music. Other drop off locations will be announced this […]


25 Aug 2015

News:

Hill Buzz

Washington Business Journal shared the news that Dangerously Delicious Pies is expanding into the second floor of its building on H Street. Eater DC checked out the newly opened Due South. Curbed DC looked at the renderings for the new D.C. Water headquarters in Near Southeast. Young & Hungry gets the story behind the name of […]


24 Aug 2015

Events:

Eat & Drink Well — And Support the Work of DC Central Kitchen

Have you enjoyed meals from some of Washington’s top dining spots during Restaurant Week? Keep the meals from some of the best chefs in DC coming when you take part in the Summer Soiree at the Liaison Capitol Hill’s rooftop pool & lounge on Thursday, August 27. It’s one of those happy hours that makes dinner extraneous, plus […]


24 Aug 2015

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Crime on the Hill

The recent uptick in crime in our neighborhood has everyone from Chief Lanier on down concerned; but as someone who likes to take the long view, I want to… well, take the long view on this. And point out that it’s been going on for a long, long time. Rezin Nathaniel Pumphrey was just another […]


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