19 Feb 2019

News:

Hill Buzz

Good late morning/early afternoon, Capitol Hill! Hey, parents: How do we like this DCPS February break? Mixed reviews over here, mostly because I’m not on vacation. Krystal Mack, formerly employed by Rose’s Restaurant Group spoke out against management in a recent Instagram post. From her post: “This is what money, power & accolades provide. The […]


09 Feb 2019

Photography:

Hill’s Eye View: Black and White

Sometimes — ok, infrequently — things really are black and white. Joselito reminds us how polished and striking that contrast can be.  Do you have a special lens through which you see our neighborhood? Perchance your photos can remind us how we are bigger when we come together? PLEASE share them with us by tagging […]


24 Jan 2019

Events:

To Do: Weekend of January 24th – 27th

Greetings friends! Our furloughed and working-for-free neighbors will miss another paycheck tomorrow. The majority of the events I have found for today’s list are free or low cost. I am no José Andres, but it’s a start. Tonight, bring kids to the Northeast Library at 6:30 p.m. for the monthly Sit and Stay Story Time. […]


17 Jan 2019

Events:

To Do: Weekend of January 17th-20th

Greetings friends! Hope everyone enjoyed the first snow in a while –and that you shoveled your sidewalks! More weather is headed our way but here are a few suggestions, should you want to put on your gear and head out. Tonight, WeWork in the Capitol Riverfront neighborhood hosts Launchpad, a monthly speaker series with various […]


14 Jan 2019

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: A Novel?

January 1 of this year was an important moment for all of us who are interested in the public domain: For the first time since 1998, works that had before been under copyright were now free to be republished, edited, and combined with other works. The Copyright Term Extension Act of 1998 (variously known as the […]


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