15 Apr 2015

News:

Doug Hughes, 61, Lands Gyrocopter on Capitol Lawn

Another day, another bizarre happening unfolds in our Nation’s Capital– specifically on the United States Capitol lawn, where 61-year old Florida postal worker Doug Hughes decided to fly a gyrocopter to deliver a message on campaign reform to Congress, according to reports from several sources including the Tampa Bay Times. Frankly, here at The Hill […]


15 Apr 2015

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16 Easy Ways to Keep Your Home Cool in Summer Heat

Summer is coming. And depending on where you live, summer temperatures can go from warm to scorching hot. While retreating to the mall sounds great, it doesn’t quite address the fact that your home will feel like a sauna all day and night. Besides running the air-conditioning unit to the brink, there are other ways […]


14 Apr 2015

Events:

St. Peter School Golf Classic

Sometimes you just want to get out of the office for the day, and springtime seems to heighten this desire.  Wouldn’t it be great if you could ditch the desk and laptop and still make new contacts in the neighborhood?  Is that still considered work (why not?) If you’re an avid golfer or just looking […]


14 Apr 2015

News:

Hill Buzz

  Great news for those of us who love carbs (or bad if you’re trying to resist): Young & Hungry reported that Bullfrog Bagels will be opening at 317 7th Street SE in September. JDLand confirmed that the Washington Humane Society purchased the lot at 11th and M Streets, SE for a new shelter that […]


13 Apr 2015

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This Arbor Day Eve, Casey Trees is throwing a party.

We’ve invited some of our friends — Green Hat Gin, Shake Shack Union Station and Great Lakes Brewing Company — and they’ve all RSVP’d yes. The only RSVP missing for this year’s Canopy Awards is yours! But why are we throwing a party? We want to celebrate Arbor Day and get people thinking more about […]