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23 May 2018


Game 7: A Terrifying Prospect for Any DC Sports Fan.

By Alan Chargin D.C. teams have lost 6 straight winner-take-all games: Nats to Cubs, Wizards to Celtics and Caps to Penguins all last year; Nats to Dodgers and Redskins to Packers in 2016; and the Caps again in 2015 to the Rangers. With the exception of the Redskins game, I’ve watched every minute of those […]

22 May 2018


There’s More to Our Community Than Crime

By Mike Siegel, owner of W.S. Jenks & Son. Recently, The Washington Post published an article that was absent the entire story of growth in the Trinidad Neighborhood. I wanted to share our Letter to the Editor, published on Tuesday, May 15 with The Hill is Home’s audience. I know a lot of The Hill […]

19 May 2018

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Open House Round-Up, 5/20/18

This week's open houses around Capitol Hill and surrounding areas. Be our neighbor!

18 May 2018

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Tips to Manage Stress from Re-New Psychological Services

This post was written by Dr Krystal Stanley of Re-New Psychological Services, located at 600 Pennsylvania Avenue SE. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and the overarching goal for the month is to reduce the stigma around “mental illness” and seeking mental health treatment. It is a common belief that only those people need therapy. […]

15 May 2018

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Are You Ready for the Capitol Hill Classic on Sunday?

Have you signed up for the NCB Capitol Hill Classic? No? Get to it! You’ll be challenged by a great course through the neighborhood while supporting the Capitol Hill Cluster School and more than 1,100 students. You can register right on up to Sunday morning, May 20. All proceeds go directly to the Cluster School. […]

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