16 Sep

Hill Buzz

The 11th Street Bridge designs are the talk of interwebs: Gizmodo, Washington Business Journal, District Source, Housing Complex, and Fast Company all weigh in. City Lab examined how the 11th Street Bridge project and the streetcar project could, combined, be a key to connecting neighborhoods east and west of the Anacostia River. JDLand and The Washington […]


06 Jun

Pinktini 6-Month Anniversary Sale, This Saturday!

Our merry band of clever people here at THIH is always grumbling about the lack of retail options on Capitol Hill. So it was not without a small amount of surprise that this writer realized there is a lovely new boutique in the neighborhood which had completely escaped our notice. I would blame this mishap […]


28 Jan

Hill Buzz

DCist reported that the man arrested for stealing a dog in Kingman Park has been connected to several other burglaries. NPR weighed in on the gentrification of H Street NE. The Washington Post and ANC 6B Commissioner Kirsten Oldenburg shared updates from this past weekend’s meeting between residents and Rep Norton regarding the CSX project. Capital […]


19 Nov

Hill Buzz

Young & Hungry and Urban Daddy posted a peek of Osteria Morini, opening today at the Capitol Riverfront. City Desk shared a collection of photos of 6th and H Street NE — the site where a Whole Foods will be coming soon — from the early 1900s. Huffington Post DC shared a picture of President Obama […]


06 Nov

Another Whole Foods Announcement: LET'S REACT!

So back in late October (late October?!) when Whole Foods finally confirmed they would be anchoring the new building at  800 New Jersey SE, most people were extremely happy. Well, no — most rejoiced. And then there were some who groused about the meaning of Whole Foods coming to our neighborhood. And so, as it happens when […]