24 Feb 2021

H Street NE needs to adapt to the needs of its residents

When neighbors complain about an intersection in the city, several things happen. Sometimes, the intersection is just a personal bother: Maybe you feel that cars are whipping around too fast down your local street, but it’s not something that affects anyone else at a larger scale. Sometimes, if there are enough people affected by an […]

23 Feb 2021

Hill Buzz

It’s a slippery Tuesday out there, so please be careful and avoid walking the perimeter of the Capitol complex fence because it is dangerous and most definitely not ADA-compliant. Here is a list of District resources to help you if you should need it during this cold emergency, including numbers to help neighbors in need. […]

22 Feb 2021


Lost Capitol Hill: Heckman Street

I ended last week with a – rather unsatisfactory – recounting of the African Americans who lived in Duddington.Today I want to look at what happened to the area. The four sisters who lived in the house in 1880 all died over the next 15 years. The last to die was Jane Carroll. By then, […]

19 Feb 2021


To Do, Weekend of February 19, 2021

Good afternoon and welcome to Pisces season! If you feel like crying or eating your feelings, this is a good time of year to indulge that. What diversions can help in your mission to eat your fridge? Let’s take a look! Before we get down to what you can do from home, here’s something to […]

17 Feb 2021

H Street:

Gordon Chaffin: “Technology has eclipsed the moment of the streetcar,” says Elissa Silverman DC Councilmember

Gordon Chaffin is one of the hardest-working independent reporters in the DC area. He is passionate about regional transportation and infrastructure. Although he no longer helms Street Justice, you can find Gordon here. – Maria Helena Carey DC’s FY2022 Budget season started this month with the Council hosting performance oversight hearings [Schedule]. I wanted to […]

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