19 Mar 2018

Capitol Hill:

Meet Julie Aaronson, CHAMPS’s New Executive Director

I recently met Julie Aaronson, the new Executive Director of CHAMPS, the Capitol Hill Chamber of Commerce, at Jacob’s Coffeshop. I walked; she rode her bicycle– a well-loved cruiser with a back rack outfitted with a homemade cushion– a gift from Julie’s mom so she can cart around her young daughters on short trips around […]


16 Feb 2018

Barracks Row:

Five Questions With Brent Lightner of Taoti Creative

  Remember how a long, long time ago we had a feature where we shared five questions we asked from a local business? We decided to bring it back! Our first installment comes courtesy of Brent Lightner, founder of Taoti Creative on Barracks Row. Taoti stands for The Art of The Internet. (Clever, huh?) They specialize […]


08 Jan 2018

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: Robbery

In the new year, it seems appropriate to go back to the earliest days of the Hill and to one of its earliest inhabitants –especially as there is a crime involved. Some of those who came to Capitol Hill in its earliest days were not there to either build the city or run the country, […]


16 Nov 2017

To Do:

To Do: Weekend of November 16th – 19th

Are you prepping your sides to take to a Friendsgiving on Saturday? This made-up holiday has overtaken Festivus in popularity and practice which makes sense since more excuses to eat pie and comfort foods with friends are ultimately more fun than the airing of grievances. How are will you be observing this pre-holiday weekend? Tonight, […]


29 Aug 2017

News:

Hill Buzz

After two weeks of driving across the country –5513 miles in all– I am back home in DC and catching up on all of the news I love sharing. It was a hell of a trip, though, and I couldn’t be more grateful to be in a position to take two full weeks to explore […]


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