29 Oct 2020

Events:

To Do List, HALLOWEEN Edition!

Dear neighbors near and far, Halloween as we have always known it is not safe. I applaud all of you who have made a plan to construct candy chutes, decorated trees and who will have tables for socially distant Trick-or-Treating. The act of letting our little and not-so-little ones roam around the neighborhood shoulder-to-shoulder as […]


28 Oct 2020
27 Oct 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Good morning, Capitol Hill and all Hill-adjacent areas. You know what? Let me wish a good morning to everyone who’s voted already or has made a plan to do so, because it’s HAPPY EARLY VOTINGMAS and have you checked out our voting resource? Speaking of voting, if you’re concerned that voting might take you too […]


27 Oct 2020
26 Oct 2020

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: The State of the Old Hall

Last week, we looked at the use and misuse of the old chamber of the House of Representatives after those gentlemen departed to their new chamber in the south wing of the Capitol. Today will be about the results of this abuse. On April 19, 1964, Representative Justin Morrill, whose main claim to fame is […]


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