07 Apr 2021

Building community:

How to make your Ward 6 Happy Hours unforgettable, Part 1

We’ve been in some sort of social isolation for well over a year. There are more things open now and it seems like we’re seeing the light at the end of this tumultuous tunnel, but the coronavirus pandemic has also made some magic happen. This week, neighbors on 9th Street SE tell us how they’ve […]

01 Apr 2021


The To Do List, Week of April 1, 2021

First up, my sincere condolences to all the baseball fans. The Nationals called off today’s season opener due to COVID (FOX-5), and due to “ongoing contact tracing.” See the tweet below. So baseball is canceled, but what can you do? How about making the plan to support your local eateries anyway? Places like Walters, The […]

09 Mar 2017

Capitol Hill:

Cherry Blossom Update: Cold Snap Delays

The National Park Service announced yesterday their revised cherry blossom peak dates. The new peak dates are March 19 through the 22nd. This prediction places peak a couple of days into the future thanks to a cold snap coming through this weekend. Here at The Hill is Home we are huge fans of the Cherry Blossom Festival. We are […]

25 Mar 2016

Capitol Hill:

Where to See the Cherry Blossoms Without The Crowds

Peak bloom is here! …And so are the crowds. As lovely as it is to see the beautiful cherry blossoms surrounding the Tidal Basin, the crowds can be a bit challenging. Thankfully, there are plenty of great spots right here on the Hill to see the famous flowers. As Maria previously explained, the saucer magnolias (Magnolia x soulangeana) […]

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