12 Feb 2019

Events:

Valentine’s Day Ideas

That dreaded day is almost here, and if you still have no plan or ideas, here are a few to help: Get a card: Yes, sometimes you just need a card to express yourself (or to express itself for you). My favorite cards happen to be made by a small, woman-owned business called The Card […]


12 Feb 2019

Hill Buzz

It’s Valentine’s Day eve’s eve. Do you have plans? Stay tuned for a post with Valentine ideas from around the Hill! In the meantime, stay dry and let’s catch you up, shall we? ICYMI, you can now see the inside of Metro stations with Google Street View-type technology. So far, only nine stations have been […]


11 Feb 2019

Crime Alert: Wheel Thieves

Neighbor and THIH reader David Strich recently wrote in to tell us about a rash of criminal activity around his area. Apparently, late last week there were several vehicle wheel thefts around the area near Garfield Park. David tells us that there were “two on the 300 block of South Carolina Avenue SE on Friday […]


11 Feb 2019

Events:

Nell Gwynn at the Folger: Woman Crush Everyday

Nell Gwynn, the newest play at the Folger which debuted last week, puts you in mind of some of the best clich├ęs to honor and celebrate strong women (#GirlPower, #YouGoGirl, #LadyBoss, #WhoRunTheWorld), making you want to shout them unironically as you clap your hands off. That is how good this play is. Nell Gwynn, groundbreaking […]


11 Feb 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Maria Branson

As anyone who’s read my book on Capitol Hill scandals can attest, I find great amusement in the foibles of local residents, both high and low. It seems as though any reason to be arrested has been attempted by the good citizens of the Hill. Sometimes, however, there is something new under the sun. Take, […]


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