02 Apr 2019

ANC:

Hill Buzz

Hey Capitol Hill! Sorry about the April Fool yesterday, but we hope at least some of you out there laughed! What’s going on around the Hill? DDOT is proposing to change direction in the 700 block of D Street SE. Last night, the ANC unanimously voted for this not to happen. You can read more […]


27 Mar 2019

History:

Tricky Intersections and the Residents Who Love Them

Ever wonder how some of the trickier intersections in the city, a.k.a., traffic circles and parks like Stanton Park, Logan Circle or even Potomac and Pennsylvania Avenues at 14th Street, evolved into their present iterations? Capitol Hill resident, ANC commissioner and history buff Mark Eckenwiler (whom you should also be following on Twitter, especially if you […]


25 Mar 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Schott’s Alley

I was recently reading a book about alley life in Washington and found myself looking at a rather remarkable picture: the pediment of the Senate Office Building rising above a decrepit alley. As it turns out, I was not the only one impressed by this image. It is used on the book’s dust cover as […]


22 Mar 2019

ANC:

Update 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 […]


19 Mar 2019

News:

Hill Buzz

Good morning, Capitol Hill! It’s that magic time of the year where everyone is suddenly a college basketball enthusiast –or a sudden bracket enthusiast– and here at The Hill is Home we are no different. While we unveil our madness bracket (sometime), take a look at a couple of very fun ones we like: Greater […]


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