17 Jul 2017


Lost Capitol Hill: The Decline and Fall of Pipetown

Over the past few weeks we have looked at Pipetown and the decline and fall of Pipetown resident William Steele. His life mirrored the changes that were sweeping through the neighborhood. The first major change was the laying of the Baltimore and Potomac Rail Road lines through the area, effectively cutting off Pipetown from the […]

16 Jul 2017

Real Estate:

Open House Round-Up for 7/16/17

It’s OPEN HOUSE TIME! Thank you to Dare Johnson Wenzler for sharing her weekly open houses with us. To access the link, click here! Today’s featured open house is 1739 D Street SE. With a recent price drop to $848,000, this 2-unit Hill East home presents a great opportunity. Rent out the 1 BR, 1 FB […]

13 Jul 2017


The Set List: July 12- 26

The iconic English rockers The Who, the famous Vans Warped Tour, and even more incredible acts are coming to your local venues!

13 Jul 2017


To Do: Weekend of July 13th – 16th

And we have reached peak DC summer. Blazing temperatures and a wacky scandal are consuming our conversations. While many of you will prefer to be inside this weekend, for the intrepid few there will always be outdoor concerts and movies. Tonight, the Arboretum’s free concert features the neo-soul sounds of Deja Belle, an international singer/songwriter […]

11 Jul 2017


Hill Buzz

ChiKo—Casual Chinese and Korean—Comes to Barracks Row Friday (Washington City Paper) Bard Development Plan Resurrected (Hill Rag) 45 New Residential Units to Overlook Virginia Avenue Community Garden (Capitol Hill Corner)

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