Claudia Rauch

Claudia, a Hill native, is a marketing and social media professional whose passion for food and love for D.C. got her started on her first blog, brunchandthecity.com. Claudia is the Marketing Director for Fulcrum Properties Group, and serves on the board of CHAMPS, Capitol Hill's Chamber of Commerce. You can contact Claudia at Claudia[at]thehillishome.com

Claudia Rauch
19 Sep 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

Hill’s Kitchen vs. Amazon (CHAMPS) Amy Weinstein’s New Eastern Market Building Is Exuberantly Victorian (Washington City Paper) Got Food Waste? (Hill Rag) City Eyes Increasing Rents for Eastern Market Food Merchants/Vendors (Capitol Hill Corner) No, Washingtonians — There Aren’t More Helicopters Flying Since Trump Became President (WAMU) *editor’s note: this does not appear to take into account military […]


14 Sep 2017

Development:

Historic Eastern Market Flea Market Returning to “Hine Plaza”

We have another sign that the Hine redevelopment project really is nearing its completion date: The weekend flea market vendors that have been setting up their tents in the 300 block of 7th Street SE  since construction began will be returning to the “Plaza at Hine” this fall. There is no set date for when […]


12 Sep 2017

Events:

Buy Your Literary Feast Tickets Today!

Get your tickets today for one of the most neighborly social fundraisers on the Hill: A Literary Feast! This year’s event will be held October 21st, but tickets are on sale now and registration closes September 30th, or when tickets sell out –and they ALWAYS sell out!  There are over thirty-nine literary-themed dinners to choose from. The […]


12 Sep 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

Should 7th Street near Eastern Market be for people or cars on weekends? (Greater Greater Washington) A Runner’s Perspective: Dead Man’s Run (Congressional Cemetery) The Salt Line is an instant hit, with superb seafood and a view to match (The Washington Post) The Wharf: DC’s most ambitious development project set to open (WTOP) Where to Find the […]


05 Sep 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

How a little Capitol Hill kitchen store survives in the age of Amazon (Washington Post) It Costs About $870,000 a Year to Run Eastern Market – Here’s Where It Comes From (Capitol Hill Corner) An H Street History Tour & a Mosaic Theater Show Sept. 10th (Frozen Tropics) Ana, the New Restaurant at Waterfront District Winery, Casts a […]


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