07 Aug 2018

News:

Hill Buzz

Hey Capitol Hill! You always look lovelier when I come back from vacation! A big shoutout to Kate for taking over last week’s Hill Buzz and holding down the fort. Hope all of you have been able to get away somewhere different, even if just for a weekend. What’s shakin’ around the interwebs this week? […]


30 Jul 2018

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Block Party Tennis

Closing off the streets of Capitol Hill for a block party is a pretty frequent occurrence. Using the empty street for some kind of sports competition is de rigueur, as well. Much more rare, however, is when the athletes playing are nationally known, whether for their ability for sports, or otherwise. However, just such an affair […]


24 Jul 2018

News:

Hill Buzz

We had almost a month of no rain, but now it hasn’t really stopped deluging. How are you holding up, Capitol Hill and environs? Hope your basements aren’t getting flooded because what a nightmare that is. Ok. Let’s catch up, shall we? After welcoming Sephora with open arms/wallets a couple of weeks ago (don’t judge […]


17 Jul 2018

News:

Hill Buzz

Bryce Harper won the Home Run Derby, giving us a good memory for July 16, 2018. Just take deep breaths and pretend nothing else happened yesterday. Washington Post A great article highlighting the work of Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) in fostering growth and keeping the city vibrant (and clean)… as well as possibly being too […]


17 Jul 2018

Opinions:

Who Gets to Decide How to Preserve a Gentrifying Neighborhood’s African American History?

We encourage our readers to submit opinions on subjects about which they are passionate, especially if they are related to our neighborhood and our neighbors’ quality of life. Interested in voicing your opinion? Send us an email at info@thehillishome.com –María Helena Carey By Lindsey Jones-Renaud with Karen Smith When my neighbor Karen Smith and her friends would […]


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