21 Jan 2016


Shoutout: Mark Eckenwiler, ANC 6C

Owning your home can be the culmination of years of planning and dreaming. Home ownership in the District is especially charged: according to the US Census Bureau, only 42.1 percent of District residents owned a home in the period between 2009 and 2013, compared to 64.9 percent nationwide. Many former residents of the District feel they’ve […]

07 Oct 2015


ANC Roundup

Highlights from September ANC Meetings: ANC 6A: Kitty’s Saloon got the ANC’s support for a summer garden; neighbors on Wylie Street are interested in creating a historic district; and city plans to alter the landscaping in the triangle park bounded by 15th Street, Constitution Avenue; and North Carolina Avenue NE were met with skepticism. Neighbors on a NE […]

10 Sep 2015


NE Neighbors Want to Name An Alley: Your Input Needed

One of the more picturesque aspects of urban life, the alley plays an important role in our modern urban life: they are not just holders of garbage cans and keepers of the parking spot, but they are doorways to secret gardens, urban oases, music venues and more. Alley buildings and Capitol Hill go hand in […]

08 Sep 2015


Hill Buzz

Young & Hungry detailed what the owners of Sona Creamery went through to become the first cheesemakers in D.C. JDLand checked out some of the new temporary spaces near the ballpark. Capitol Hill Corner reported that the city is backing off of plans to take over the flea market at Eastern Market. H Street Great […]

12 Dec 2014

Things We Take For Granted:

Ward 6 Council Staff

Since 2007, Tommy Wells has represented Ward 6 on the DC Council. During that time, he has helped foster transformative development across the ward, worked with the community to improve schools, increased transportation options throughout the city and gotten rid of plastic bags, to name just a few of his accomplishments. He has served ethically, […]

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