06 Jul 2011

Five Questions: Congressional Cemetery Manager Alan Davis

One of my favorite parts of having been a dog owner on Capitol Hill was spending a considerable amount of time in Congressional Cemetery.  It felt very Victorian –hanging out, poop bag in hand, J. Edgar underfoot.  People would gasp when you explained exactly how the cemetery embraced the Canine Corps in the early 90s. […]


24 Mar 2010

It’s a New Season at Home on the Hill

Spring time on the Hill means many things to many people: blooming flowers and trees, picnics in the park and long walks to Eastern Market. For designer Julie Anderson of Anderson ReDesign, spring is also a time to reexamine our homes and lighten everything from the décor to the clutter. If you are ready to […]


23 Dec 2009

Organizing your Hill Home: Surviving the Holiday Clutter

Choosing to live on the Hill often means choosing to get rid of some of our most beloved treasures. When one makes the move to the Hill we are often forced to cast aside our over-sized chairs, treasured tchochkes and clothes not worn since college for minimalist furnishings and fashion that fits. If you are […]