04 Mar 2021

Arts & Entertainment:

Herb Scott: Sax and activism

You may know Herb Scott from his weekly concerts at Mr. Henry’s, whether in-person or from the comfort of your living room due to the pandemic. COVID has been especially hard on musicians, live acts and venues. By talking to local musicians such as Herb, I hope you can learn more about them and support […]


26 Feb 2021

Arts & Entertainment:

Teddy Beats and the Chill (dance) we need

Even though our focus here at The Hill is Home is, well, the Hill, we are passionate about all things DC. When I first listened to DC native Teddy Beats’ “Hold Me”– a song with over 5 million Spotify plays), it made me happy. Its sunny, upbeat rhythm makes you want to shouder-dance– you know, […]


03 Feb 2021

Dining:

Super Bowl Specials

It sounds a little hard to believe, but there was an actual football season that happened, which means that the Super Bowl is happening this Sunday, February 7. And even though Patrick Mahomes is quite dishy, I hope Tom Brady wins it for Generation X. Wait no… I just remembered he wore had a MAGA […]


26 Dec 2020

Dining:

Welcome to Duck and the Peach, plus a peek at The Wells and La Collina

Happy Boxing Day, everyone! This morning, I stopped by the Duck and the Peach and was also shown how the spaces at gin joint The Wells and Italian restaurant La Collina are coming along. Here are a few photos to get you excited about the lovely spaces and the three different offerings: The Duck and […]


11 Dec 2020

Guides:

#LightUpTheHill

As with our #SpookyHill is home map, sometimes tough times force you to celebrate the wonder and delight of the season right in your own backyard. Thank you all who’ve sent me your addresses and who decorate and share a little of your spirit with the neighborhood A special thanks to reader and The Hill […]


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