10 Jun 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Further Casting at the Navy Yard

I began last week looking at times when the Washington Navy Yard was used to cast items that were not directly Navy-related. Today, we continue by looking at one of the statues in downtown D.C. and its creation. David Farragut is one of the most famous officers in the United States Navy, having served during […]


07 Jun 2019

Photography:

Hill’s Eye View: What a view!

What can I say? Our #thehillishome feed is just filled with these wrinkly balls of cuteness and each and every week I skim by them and their jowly faces. No more! Take this photo as invitation to sit back and chill this weekend. Enjoy the weekend and thank you @lawalker13 for this and all your […]


07 Jun 2019

Eastern Market:

Ten Years of the New Eastern Market

Almost exactly ten years ago, Eastern Market reopened, which also occasioned the first time I had pictures published in The Hill is Home. Today, Fox5 were on site for their Zip Trip, in which they look at – and broadcast from – various neighborhoods around the region. A few pictures from this event.


06 Jun 2019

Dining:

Food News

It’s no secret that the thing we care about most around the Hill is food. We’re especially attached to our special places to get a cup of coffee or a quick lunch or dinner bite. Here are a few updates you may have missed: Goodbye, Sizzling Express Sizzling Express, 600 Pennsylvania Avenue, is saying goodbye […]


06 Jun 2019

Events:

To Do: Weekend of June 6th – 9th

The end of the school year is next week for DCPS and parents of school age kids are currently experiencing what a friend so aptly called “the end of everything.” Final performances, playoffs, presentations, parties, proms, flying up, promotions and graduations. It is a lot. If you are spared these mandatory markings of time, you […]


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