05 Jan 2016

Development:

Remember When…7th Street Wasn’t Closed On Weekends?

Every so often, I am scrolling through our archives for something and end up stumbling upon a post that brings back memories development or changes that were so controversial…but seem so insignificant years later. My most recent find was this post from 2009 about the debate over whether or not to reopen 7th Street SE in front of Eastern […]


07 Oct 2015

Things We Take For Granted:

A Peek Inside the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum

After blogging about the Sewall-Belmont House and Museum’s celebration of Equality Day, I was invited to take a tour of the museum. Although I’ve lived in the neighborhood for close to a decade, it seems as though every week brings a new surprise and a new amazing place brimming with interesting mementos and meaningful history […]


18 Jun 2015

Things We Take For Granted:

Stella the Dog is Back: Capitol Hill is Awesome

Perhaps you saw our Tweet about it, or our Facebook post, or perhaps you saw the MOTH post, or you got it delivered to your inbox within the daily digest. Or you caught one of 19 retweets or shares. Or maybe you were just walking around the Stanton Park area and saw the flyer. Stella, […]


12 Dec 2014

Things We Take For Granted:

Ward 6 Council Staff

Since 2007, Tommy Wells has represented Ward 6 on the DC Council. During that time, he has helped foster transformative development across the ward, worked with the community to improve schools, increased transportation options throughout the city and gotten rid of plastic bags, to name just a few of his accomplishments. He has served ethically, […]


25 Jun 2013

Things We Will Sorely Miss: JDLand Signs Off

When I began thinking about starting The Hill is Home, I found myself poring over the content-rich, super-thoughtful and well-researched local blogging trove JDLand. Its creator, Jacqueline Dupree, recently let readers know she was retiring the blog for the foreseeable future to help care for her aging mother. The gift she’s given us, in the […]


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