15 Oct 2019

News:

Hill Buzz

We will not celebrate until the very end, but wow. Um… WOW. An 8-1 win during game three is more than we could have ever hoped to achieve back in March, so let us be thankful. Also, whatever you did yesterday, do exactly the same thing today. Keep your eyes peeled over on our Instagram […]


14 Oct 2019

News:

Street Justice: How a Bush Threatened New Bikeshare

Gordon Chaffin is a freelance journalist who focuses on infrastructure and traffic news and insights for Street Justice. You can support independent journalism by subscribing to Gordon’s newsletter. He’s offering a 20% discount to THIH readers.  –Maria Helena Carey Ward 7 ANC Struggles to Support Bikeshare Over the spring, summer, and into the autumn, members of ANC 7D’s (Kingman Park/Kenilworth) transportation committee have been working with DDOT, the National Park Service, and relevant community organizations, to […]


08 Oct 2019

News:

Hill Buzz

Good evening, Capitol Hill! Is it finally starting to truly feel like fall, or are we so tired of summer that this clammy/cold combo is cutting it? Don’t overthink it: Let’s catch up on news instead! Let’s reminisce about last week’s power outages with the Patch. Let’s note that Pepco still has not provided a […]


07 Oct 2019

News:

Street Justice: Inaugural Ride on the Florida Avenue NE Bike Lanes

Gordon Chaffinis a freelance journalist who focuses on infrastructure and traffic news and insights for Street Justice. You can support independent journalism by subscribing to Gordon’s newsletter. He’s offering a 20% discount to THIH readers.  –Maria Helena Carey FOIA Results on Eckington Bikeshare Back in June, ANC 5E (Bloomingdale/Eckington/Edgewood) passed a resolution opposing the placement of a new Capital Bikeshare station at the corner of R St NE and North Capitol. The letter, which suggested […]


07 Oct 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Instrument Maker John Clark

I have long been intrigued by manufacturing on the Hill, and, in particular, the scientific instruments that were built here or by locals. I came across another instrument manufacturer, though one who has remained remarkably resistant to finding out much of what he did, mainly because of his utterly generic name: John Clark. As best […]


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