23 Jun 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Good early afternoon, DC! Even though this blog is all about Capitol Hill (and surrounding areas), I want to give a heartfelt shoutout to those of you who still consider the Hill to be home, even as you hang your hat elsewhere. What’s up? I realize many of you are not parents, but for those […]


22 Jun 2020

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: The Senate Monorail

I wrote last week about the cars that used to traverse the tunnel under Constitution Avenue that connected the Senate Office Building and the Capitol. The system had not really been the first choice of the Senators, but had been selected to save money. Unsurprisingly, there soon was a push for a new transportation system. […]


18 Jun 2020

Events:

To Do From Home, Week of June 18, 2020

Hey there! I hope that, wherever you are, you are staying healthy and safe. Here are a few things for you to do this, uh, weekend. This is basically just a list of fun things you can do anytime, so pace yourself and enjoy. First off, tomorrow is June 19, also known as Juneteenth. The […]


16 Jun 2020

News:

Hill Buzz

Good morning to all the neighbors working to wake up and become aware of the systemic racism that has oppressed so many of our neighbors– and to them only. Let’s talk for a brief moment about the video originally shared by the Hill Rag, showing a man in his 50s yelling at a group of […]


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. […]


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