26 Apr 2016

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Hill Buzz

Taking the streetcar is, in fact, way faster than walking (Greater Greater Washington) Tom Sietsema Thinks Pineapple and Pearls Is Worth the Price Tag (Eater DC) Tunnel Doings: 3rd St. Two Way Again, 7th St. Closure Coming (JDLand) Barracks Row’s Miracle Theatre Opens Today (Hill Now) Nana Thai Restaurant on Barracks Row to Close in […]


12 Apr 2016

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Hill Buzz

‘Top of the Yard’ Rooftop Lounge at Hampton Inn Debuting (JDLand) Eliot-Hine, a DC middle school, is falling apart (Greater Greater Washington) Four Things We Learned at the RFK Redevelopment Meeting (City Desk) Frager’s Redevelopment Team Presents Plans to ANC Committee (Urban Turf) East City Bookshop Grand Opening on April 30th (PoPville) A Second Location […]


05 Apr 2016

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Hill Buzz

Hill East Commissioner Plans to Sue DOJ Over Denied Crime-Data FOIA Request (City Desk) Here’s a closer look at what’s in store for Union Station (Greater Greater Washington) Next Wave of Community Meetings for D.C. General Plan Begins on Monday (City Desk) Volunteers Needed to Continue Hill East Safety Patrol (Hill Now) Check out the […]


29 Mar 2016

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Hill Buzz

This map shows a very different East Capitol Street (Greater Greater Washington) Bab Korean Finally Opens on H Street (PopVille) D.C. Statehood Advocates Are Planning a Tax Day ‘March for Equality’ (City Desk) An important step forward for self-government in the District (The Washington Post) Which Homegrown D.C. Business Should Name Nationals Park? (DCist) Two […]


22 Mar 2016

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Hill Buzz

Black Art Matters: D.C. High School Student Wins Google’s Doodle Contest (DCist) H Street Farmers Market Returns April 16th (Frozen Tropics) Southeast D.C.’s First Luxury Movie Theater to Begin Construction This Year (Curbed DC) Dangerously Delicious Pies Reopens on H Street with More Seating (Eater DC) Anacostia Riverwalk Trail’s Crucial D.C.-Maryland Connection on Track for […]


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