08 Apr 2019


Lost Capitol Hill: Schott’s Alley (Pt. 3)

Over the last two weeks, I have looked at a long-gone alley in NE Washington, Schott’s Alley. While the press at the time was almost uniformly negative, the longer piece by Pauline Pry was particularly dour, to the point that it seemed that the author had some kind of ax to grind. A very different […]

05 Apr 2019

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Capitol Hill Open Houses, 4/7/19

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05 Apr 2019


The Set List, Week of 4/5/19

Hey there, live music fans! Where can you get your fix from now until the middle to end of next week? Read on: Spotlight The Capital City Symphony has not just one but TWO concerts coming up this weekend at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church: a family concert in the morning and a chamber program in […]

04 Apr 2019


To Do: Weekend of April 4th – 7th

Welcome friends! Baseball is back, Bryce is gone and we are moving on with our lives. He’s just not that into us and we are FINE. How are we moving on this weekend? Tonight, learn how the literal sausage is made (I am pretty sure I have made that joke before. Sorry?) at Union Market’s […]

02 Apr 2019


Hill Buzz

Hey Capitol Hill! Sorry about the April Fool yesterday, but we hope at least some of you out there laughed! What’s going on around the Hill? DDOT is proposing to change direction in the 700 block of D Street SE. Last night, the ANC unanimously voted for this not to happen. You can read more […]

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