16 Sep 2021

To Do:

The To Do List: Week of September 16, 2021

Every day brings new sorrows, but let’s only think about them in passing this weekend. Ironically, this weekend will be kicked off by the somber “In America” flag display by artist Suzanne Firstenberg, taking over the National Mall, at the foot of the Washington Monument. The display is bound by 15th and 17th Streets and […]


16 Sep 2021
15 Sep 2021

Capitol Hill South:

The Set List with DC Music Live: September 15-28, 2021

The music scene in and around Capitol Hill just gets better and better. In this edition of the Set List, you’ll find news about a newcomer to the neighborhood, music returning to an old favorite and the Live on the Hill series at the recently remodeled Eastern Market Metro Plaza. Songbyrd moves East to Union […]


14 Sep 2021

Hill Buzz

Good afternoon, neighbors. Starting today’s Buzz with my deepest condolences to the family of Allison Hart, a 5-year old girl from Brookland who was killed by a taxi van driver yesterday a few minutes before 7 p.m. Vision Zero is not working. Read this piece from April of this year in Greater Greater Washington. Here is […]


13 Sep 2021

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Crane’s Union House

A few weeks ago, we looked at Our House, a tavern on 8th Street SE. While the owner, John Golden, attempted to sell the bar and its fixtures, the rest of the family continued to run a bar, Union House, on the same square and, in fact, continued to own several plots there. Like Our […]


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