16 Jun 2020

Transition:

In Memoriam: Saige Ballard

Friend of the blog and Capitol Hill neighbor Christine Vineyard, an art teacher and artist also known as Lidflutters, was distressed to find out that one of her former students, Saige Ballard, was killed this past Thursday, June 11, as she left a party. The incident happened a couple of blocks away from Stanton Park. […]


02 Jun 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

A little over a week ago, on the evening of May 25, 2020, a man called George Floyd paid for cigarettes with what appeared to be a counterfeit $20 bill. The employees of the Cup Store in Minneapolis, where he’d just purchased the cigarettes, confronted him but he was not forthcoming, so they called the […]


27 May 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Good late morning, Capitol Hill! I hope your Memorial Day was filled with gratitude, remembrance, flags, and all the grilled foods– just because you don’t eat meat, doesn’t mean you don’t enjoy the complex flavors of a Maillard reaction well executed. It wouldn’t be an American holiday without a little assistance from the French, amirite? […]


21 May 2020

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In Memoriam: Nancy B. Smalley

This post was written by Nancy’s neighbor and fellow Pretzel Bakery enthusiast Emily O’Connor. Nancy B. Smalley passed away on May 2, 2020. Nancy was born and raised in New Jersey by her mother and stepfather. She was an only child. Nancy moved to Washington, D.C., and worked in graphic design. She lived on South Carolina Avenue, SE, […]


19 May 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Good morning, Capitol Hill! Time is so elastic these days, I can’t believe I’m sitting here again, filling you in on the news. Let’s delve, shall we? First off, some non-essential businesses that cater to education and academic supply are open for business again as of yesterday. In our neighborhood, this means that Fairy Godmother […]


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