24 Jan 2024

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Hill Buzz

We’re emerging from the tundra, refreshed and… oh who are we kidding? The National Park Service, in addition to seldom returning phone calls, is doing their same old, same old when it comes to shoveling Hiyara upstairs opened on January 20 and Eater takes a look at the ambitious restaurant. Speaking of restaurants that recently […]


18 Jan 2024

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Hill Buzz

We’re more than halfway through January–– how did that happen? What’s going on? Looks like we may be getting a second snow day tomorrow. NBC-4 is keeping track of school closures here, but you know we’ll be keeping an eye on it thanks to the unfortunately fashy Twitter/X. Our first snow a day shy of […]


10 Jan 2024

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Hill Buzz

Happy New Year! 2023 was a doozy, and we hope 2024 is less intense and divisive. But, obviously, we’re not holding our collective breath. Still trying to get back into blogging for the new year, so look for the To Do List starting next week. On to things you might need to know about: The […]


30 Nov 2023

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Hill Buzz

Here are some news you may have missed this week: Rep. George Santos continues to be… I don’t know, entertaining? NY1By the way, photographer and friend of the blog Phil Yabut captured George Santos in what’s got to be the first instance of someone looking terrible during golden hour light. Twitter/X H Street has always […]


15 Nov 2023

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Hill Buzz

This weekend, we celebrated 150 years of a wonderful landmark and gathering place (THIH, WTOP), and we said farewell to a stalwart of the community, former Capitol Hill Books owner and forever curmudgeon Morton “Jim” Toole (DCist). We really loved Washingtonian’s sendoff, because if there was one unifying thread in the Jim experience is that […]


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