14 Sep 2021

Hill Buzz

Good afternoon, neighbors. Starting today’s Buzz with my deepest condolences to the family of Allison Hart, a 5-year old girl from Brookland who was killed by a taxi van driver yesterday a few minutes before 7 p.m. Vision Zero is not working. Read this piece from April of this year in Greater Greater Washington. Here is […]


09 Sep 2021

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The Pretzel Bakery to reduce their hours starting 9/13

The Pretzel Bakery, 257 15th Street SE, is a beloved institution in Hill East. Fans old and young have flocked to this corner bakery for ten years (ten years?!) to celebrate, commiserate, start their day or just delight in the perfectly pillowy pastries made with love as an homage to his native Philadelphia by Sean […]


08 Sep 2021

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Hill Buzz

Ah, Hill Buzz on a Wednesday. What’s been going on? The Frederick Douglass memorial bridge opens on Friday to actual vehicular traffic, but it was inaugurated earlier this week with a 5K run and walk. This is the largest infrastructure project to be completed in the District and it cost $480 million. Check out the […]


31 Aug 2021

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Hill Buzz

It’s the last day of August, 2021, and schools are officially back in person. Are you holding your breath or sighing with relief? Or a little bit of both? What’s going on this week? Mayor Bowser chose to ring in the new school year with a ribbon-cutting at Eliot-Hine Middle School yesterday. Members of her […]


25 Aug 2021

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Hill Miscellany

Sometimes things happen in the time between and you need a place where to put them. Several miscellaneous items: Alternatives to public school for littles: Looking for an alternative option to DCPS/DCPCS for this year? Gan Shalom Cooperative Playschool can help. They are currently accepting children going into PK-3, PK-4 and Kindergarten for a half-day […]


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