29 Nov 2016

Local Politics:

Summary of 11/28 Hill East Crime Meeting

In case you missed it, there was a meeting yesterday regarding the shootings earlier in November and the murder of a 16-year old at the Potomac Gardens apartment complex.  We’re sharing Commissioner Denise Krepp’s meeting summary in its entirety. Reading through the thorough summary of action items sent out earlier this afternoon, it is clear […]


04 Nov 2016

Kids:

MoTH School Fair, Sunday 11/6

If you’re a parent on Capitol Hill, you may feel a little overwhelmed by the maze of school options available to you– not to mention that you may not know anything about MySchoolDC, the lottery system for schools in the District. Should you entrust your precious tyke to your in-boundary school option? What IS your […]


25 May 2016

News:

Lead Forum TONIGHT 5/25 at Miner, 6 pm

In order to address parents’ ongoing concerns, there will be a Lead Forum TONIGHT at Miner Elementary School, 601 15th Street NE, starting at 6 pm in the school cafeteria. You may have recently heard about the lead-related woes at several Capitol Hill schools. If you haven’t, you can click on this link to a […]


08 Apr 2016

Kids:

CHML Online Auction Starts 4/11 & SWS Dine Out Monday 4/11

Here are two gentle reminders to mark your calendars because you love our local schools and/or buying/eating stuff: The Capitol Hill Montessori School (CHML) Auction is back, and just like last year, it is All Online! From Monday, April 11 until Thursday, April 21, you can bid to your heart’s content in your underpants if […]


24 Feb 2016

Capitol Hill:

Apparently, DC is not Great For Families*

I recently got an email from Apartment List about a compilation they did on the best cities to raise a family. Spoiler alert: DC is nowhere near the top. You can read the whole post here and also use their tool to find out where over 460 cities across the United States ranked on their list. (Thanks, […]


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