21 Mar 2019


To Do: Weekend of March 21st – 24th

Happy Spring friends and neighbors! March is a long slog but we are seeing daffodils and there are busloads of middle schoolers everywhere, so hello spring! Tonight, learn the fine art of wine tasting. Blind Wine Tasting at that. Close your eyes and sip. The resident sommelier at City Winery will coach you and your […]

20 Mar 2019


Hill’s Eye View: It’s all a blur

@Hollybluebike, we love how you roll. Well, how your dear girl rolls. These little Hill citizens grow so fast and they do not stop, do they? Helmets -—real and metaphorical— are non-negotiable. Have you taken a photo that speaks to something more than it’s actual content? Does it offers the viewer a sense of place […]

19 Mar 2019


Updates from your ANC Commissioner

We periodically share updates from your ANC commissioners, edited for brevity and clarity. Although these are most pertinent to particular single member districts (SMDs), we feel the information shared can be of interest to the whole Capitol Hill community. Are you an ANC commissioner who shares regular updates? Add thehillishome@gmail.com to your distribution list, please! –María Helena […]

18 Mar 2019

Capitol Hill:

ICYMI: Pretend It’s Spring and Watch “Welcome to Capitol Hill”!

Looks like last week’s spring teaser was just that; we won’t be seeing temperatures in the 70s until next weekend at the very earliest. The good news is that DC’s weather is crazier than the tropics, so if you’re reading this later today in your shorts, you know what happened! But if you need a […]

18 Mar 2019


Lost Capitol Hill: Mrs. Logan’s Library

In continuing to look at Mary Logan’s book on Washington and what she had to say about Capitol Hill, I next came to her description of the Library of Congress. However, when it came time to find a sentence or two to share, I was struck by her introductory passage of the chapters on this […]

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