26 Jan 2016


Hill Buzz

Neighbors Band Together After a Storm, & Snow Gets Cleared (Frozen Tropics) Maura Judkis Thinks Due South’s Setting Doesn’t Match the Food (Eater DC) A Few Changes For Union Market’s Boutique Hotel (Urban Turf) Here’s an early design for Union Station (Greater Greater Washington) On Day Two of Dig Out, Hill Area Residents Build Forts, […]

25 Jan 2016


Lost Capitol Hill: False Accusations

Michael Shiner is one of the more fascinating characters from the history of Capitol Hill. Born a slave in Maryland, he was brought to Washington and put to work at the Navy Yard. He managed to emancipate himself, and was a long-time resident of Capitol Hill. Most importantly, however, he wrote a diary that gives […]

24 Jan 2016

Capitol Hill:

Snowzilla on Capitol Hill

That was a lot of snow! We want to see your pictures – remember to tag us on Twitter and Instagram (#thehillishome or @thehillishome), or add your pictures to our Flickr group. How much snow did you get? I measured around 20 inches in my back yard, although my measurements are far from official.

24 Jan 2016

Capitol Hill:

Snow Update from Ward 6 Councilmember Charles Allen

An important snow storm update from our Councilmember, Charles Allen. As the sun rises today, the storm is pulling off the East Coast. But with over 20 inches of snow around town, it’s going to take some time to dig out. I hope you’ve been able to stay safe and stay warm, but if you’re […]

23 Jan 2016

Capitol Hill:

Found Capitol Hill: Snow!

Capitol Hill shut down again, leaving its residents to frolic in the snow. Below, some pictures from the first two days of the snowstorm some call…Snowzilla:

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