17 Aug 2016


ANC 6C03 Update: MD Avenue Project

The following email and attached ANC 6C03 comments regarding the project were shared by ANC 6C03 commissioner Scott Price the day after the August 10, 2016, meeting about the Maryland Avenue Project. This multi-year effort has had as its ongoing aim to reduce the speed and volume of traffic along the Maryland Avenue, NE, corridor […]

17 Aug 2016

Volunteering & Giving:

Enabling Disadvantaged Youths to Succeed: Latin America Youth Center

by Quentin Wodon More than 17,000 young adults ages 18-24 in the Washington Metropolitan Area are considered as disconnected from work and school. Quite a few of them live in or near Capitol Hill. These youth are often from low-income families. They are not in school and out of work. They typically face multiple challenges, […]

16 Aug 2016

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Adventures in Boarding!

By Bonny King-Taylor, the doggy lama, pet coach Ever wonder what your dog gets up to while you are away? Here’s what happened when Uma, a much loved English Bulldog, spent time with Grace Steckler, the Grace in Saving Grace Petcare: It’s 9 AM and I am working at my home office desk while Uma, […]

16 Aug 2016


Hill Buzz

Stanton Eastbanc Launch Leasing Efforts for Hine Project Retail/Office Space – Latest Renderings (Capitol Hill Corner) JBG plans to sell over a dozen assets (Curbed DC) City Advances Shotgun House Project – Sends Shakespeare Plan Back to Drawing Board (Capitol Hill Corner) How DC’s central and outer neighborhoods differ, in 3 maps (Greater Greater Washington) […]

15 Aug 2016


Lost Capitol Hill: The Boarding of a President

One of my favorite stories to tell about the White House is how the Presidents are moved out and in between the time that the outgoing resident leaves for the inauguration and the newly-inaugurated President arrives late that evening. It was not always thus, of course, and so, many years ago, Capitol Hill hosted a […]

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