20 Feb 2019

Photography:

Hill’s Eye View: Let it snow…not slush

This blue and white facade, so crisp and sharp, looks especially cheery with the snowflakes alighting every surface. @rydongrams thanks for sharing such a picturesque shot, reminding us of how lovely the snow was to wake up to. Now, back to the slush.


19 Feb 2019

ANC:

Getting to Know Your ANC Commissioners: ANC 6B

Hey, neighbor! Do you live south of East Capitol Street, east of South Capitol Street, west of 19th Street and north of 695 until 7th Street SE, M Street SE through 11th Street SE and then the Anacostia river? Then you are most likely a resident of ANC 6B! You can find the ANC 6B […]


19 Feb 2019

Events:

Eastern Market Main Street’s Annual Meeting Postponed until March 20

Due to the high probability of inclement weather coming to the area this Wednesday, February 20, Eastern Market Main Street will not be holding their annual meeting tomorrow. Instead, the meeting has been rescheduled to exactly one month from tomorrow. The meeting will now take place on Wednesday, March 20, still at The Yard, 700 […]


19 Feb 2019

News:

Hill Buzz

Good late morning/early afternoon, Capitol Hill! Hey, parents: How do we like this DCPS February break? Mixed reviews over here, mostly because I’m not on vacation. Krystal Mack, formerly employed by Rose’s Restaurant Group spoke out against management in a recent Instagram post. From her post: “This is what money, power & accolades provide. The […]


18 Feb 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Lincoln United States Army Hospital

As usual, my President’s Day post is a rerun. In the past, I have either given an overview of presidents on the Hill or simply shilled for the Library of Congress open house, which is happening again on its accustomed day this year. Instead, I want to look way back to one of my first […]


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