23 Mar 2018


Safeway Alternatives

It’s almost the weekend and you’re bound to have a Safeway-shaped hole. Here to help you out is Barred in DC, our newest contributor, who’ll be sharing news from Hill East. Enjoy! -Maria Helena Carey The Safeway closed Saturday, March 10, after over a half-century at 14th & Kentucky SE. A new ground-level Safeway in […]

22 Mar 2018

Arts & Entertainment:

We Get the Winter’s Tale We Deserve

Just in time for this wintery spring, the Folger unveils their latest offering, The Winter’s Tale. The play will run from March 13 through April 22 at the Folger Theatre. To buy tickets, click here. Director Aaron Posner coaxes a nuanced performance from a gifted ensemble cast. They manage to take us, the audience, into […]

22 Mar 2018


Hill’s Eye View: Celebrate Dr. Seuss ALL Month

  Happy Belated Birthday to you Dr. Seuss! A few words from Theodore to keep in mind today: 1. “You are you. Now, isn’t that pleasant?” 2. “From there to here, and here to there, funny things are everywhere” 3. “So, open your mouth, lad! For every voice counts!” And kudos to the kids at Maury Elementary who painted […]

20 Mar 2018


Hill Buzz

Dear Forbes, The Navy Yard/Capitol Riverfront area is pretty darn vibrant and a true riverfront already. It’s about to get MUCH MORE VIBRANT with a new development and a hotel, all of which sounds amazing. Go read some JDLand too– we’ll wait. Forbes EatBar has one of the best happy hours in DC. Washington Post A town […]

19 Mar 2018

Capitol Hill:

Meet Julie Aaronson, CHAMPS’s New Executive Director

I recently met Julie Aaronson, the new Executive Director of CHAMPS, the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, at Jacob’s Coffeshop. I walked; she rode her bicycle– a well-loved cruiser with a back rack outfitted with a homemade cushion– a gift from Julie’s mom so she can cart around her young daughters on short trips around […]

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