Maria Helena Carey

María Helena Carey has always liked to write, tell stories and take pictures but it wasn’t until she moved to the Nation’s Capital that she began exploring all three in a serious manner. She loves poking around Capitol Hill and photographing some of her favorite things: food, her kids, quirky little dogs and cats, and Capitol Hill façades. She is also a portrait photographer and you can see her work at You can contact her at

Maria Helena Carey
24 Nov 2020


Hill Buzz x To Do List

Hello neighbors! Who’s ready for some gratitude and turkey (if you consume)? It’s a gorgeous fourth week of November and, if you’re reading this, you’re most likely alive. I give thanks for your eyeballs and your readership. Onward! This week, I’m blending news with a few things to do from home, because I am taking […]

20 Nov 2020


Update from your ANC commissioner

Local government doesn’t take a break, and we appreciate the commitment and selflessness of our volunteer officers at the most local levels of government. Are you a commissioner or commissioner-elect who regularly emails their constituents? Add to your distribution list!– Maria Helena Carey Update from Kirsten Oldenburg, ANC 6B04 4 HOURS & 1 HALF […]

19 Nov 2020


To Do From ??, Week of November 19, 2020

Hey everyone, and happy World Toilet Day— appropriately, where we find ourselves as we start moving toward the end of November. Over 250,000 Americans have died of COVID (NBC News), but I still keep hearing people making Thanksgiving plans. Yes, I’m a nag: Wear your mask. Stay home. Support local restaurants if you want them […]

17 Nov 2020


Hill Buzz

Another week, another dismal statistic: We are in a worse place today than we were back in April. So prepare for a COVID-19 edition of the Hill Buzz. Yesterday, the Mayor held a status update, where she shared the latest statistics and concerns on the coronavirus in our region. You can see the official statistics […]

15 Nov 2020


Thanksgiving 2020 on the Hill (and off)

Thanksgiving is usually a time for family, heated political discussions, football and shopping. While it is true that many of us will be staying put at home more than in other years, the Thanksgiving menu and caloric excess is one way to give the kickoff to the holiday season more of a feel of normalcy. […]

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