03 Nov 2015


Be Part of Metro’s Riders’ Advisory Council

Are you a bus or rail commuter? Would you like to have a say in how Metro is run? Why not become part of the all-volunteer Riders’ Advisory Council? From the WMATA press release: The 21-member Council includes six individuals from Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia, two at-large members, and the head of the […]

20 Oct 2015


Hill Buzz

Curbed DC shared renderings for the condo that will replace the church at 13th and H Streets NE. JDLand‘s reader poll is back with the results on the top businesses and developments in the JDLand ‘hood. Tom Sietsema took a liking to Sally’s Middle Name. Young & Hungry took a look at how the lines at […]

29 Sep 2015

Capitol Hill:

Provide Feedback for the Hill Center

It’s hard to believe that the Hill Center opened its grand doors four years ago this fall. The lovingly restored building at 921 Pennsylvania Avenue SE has become a go-to site for activities, ranging from cooking, dancing and language classes, cultural and educational programs; a meeting space for civic groups;  and a festive event space. […]

24 Jul 2015


Wylie Street Community Garden, Closer to Staying for Good

The Wylie Street Community Garden has been a little haven of peace and greenery right above H Street NE since 2002. Nestled between the eponymous Wylie Street, H Street NE to the south and 13th Street NE to the east, the garden has 17 plot keepers and provides fresh produce for a couple of H Street restaurants. […]

01 Jul 2015


Worst Storm Since 2012 Derecho Does Damage to Capitol Hill

Although many of you slept right through it, the storm that hit our area last night was the worst since the 2012 Derecho hit the region, according to the Washington Post. A Derecho storm covers a much wider swath of land than this storm did, but the effects were felt widely in the area. Alert […]

Add to Flipboard Magazine.