29 Sep 2015


Hill Buzz

PoPville shared news that Ninnella is turning into Lincoln Park Kitchen & Wine Bar Curbed DC checked out the inside Notch8 of the Navy Yard area’s newest apartment building. Loose Lips detailed Mayor Bowser’s love for stadium deals, including those not supported by many residents. ANC 6B Commissioner Kirsten Oldenburg shared the latest renderings of Virginia […]

25 Sep 2015


Tonight: Toast National Capital Beer!

Mix business and pleasure: TODAY, Friday September 25, walk yourself down to the National Capital Bank, 316 Pennsylvania Avenue SE, and taste history in the making. The folks at National Capital Brewing Company will have samples of their Belgian IPA, their Honey Brown Ale and their Bavarian Hefeweizen (perfect for Oktoberfest season!) and will answer […]

24 Sep 2015


To Do List for the Weekend of September 24 – 27

Are you enjoying your Popecation? Sadly Francis leaves tomorrow to bring his commute-reducing energy to our northern friends. So what shall we do when His Holiness is gone? Tonight Miner Elementary School (601 15th Street NE) hosts an Education Forum. The school community invites community members to join in a discussion of the school’s current offerings […]

22 Sep 2015


Hill Buzz

Washington Business Journal noted that there could be an opportunity for new private development on Barracks Row when the Marines move their bachelor quarters. District Source explains how Gallaudet wants its planed 6th Street NE entrance to bridge hearing and non-hearing worlds. Washington City Paper reported that Mayor Bowser thinks the streetcar could be running by […]

21 Sep 2015


Lost Capitol Hill: Navy Yard Hill

When researching the early history of Capitol Hill and the Navy Yard –particularly the neighborhood surrounding the Yard–, I discovered that there was one name being used that I was unfamiliar with: Navy Yard Hill. Today, I will look at this usage. In the early years of Washington D.C., there were clearly two neighborhoods on what […]

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