07 Nov 2016

History:

Lost Capitol Hill: James Casparis’s Saloon

I occasionally go through old pieces that I have written. Usually, I do this when I want to write a quick piece for a day with lower readership, such as Columbus Day. In this spirit, I looked at one of the earliest pieces here on the site. As it turned out, there was so much […]


02 Nov 2016

Events:

The Set List, November 2-16, 2016

The Set List is a new bimonthly listing of acts around the Hill and other venues in DC. Look for it every other Wednesday. Suffering from a mid-week slump? Allow Lemaitre to help with that. This indie electronic duo straight from Norway will give you the boost you need to finish off the week. Lemaitre […]


07 Jul 2016

Arts & Entertainment:

SingSing Karaoke: Dreams Do Come True

Karaoke is one of those polarizing things in life: Either you LOOOOVE it and can’t get enough of singing and being a cheezball, or you run for the hills and embrace every opportunity to make fun of those cheezballs who love it so much they GO NUTS when the word alone is uttered. (~*k a r […]


07 Dec 2015

Barracks Row:

Miracle Theater: Sign Up, February Opening in the Works

We were all excited to find out back in July that the Miracle Theater –owned and operated by the National Community Church, also known as the Theater Church– would be reopening. It’s been a long journey, but it looks like the theater will be opening sometime in February, according to Juliet Main, the theater manager. […]


16 Sep 2015

Events:

Boundary Stone Bike Ride, 9/19

One of the things we love here at The Hill is Home, apart from Capitol Hill and history, is how friends from all around the city share activities that we are absolutely sure our neighbors –especially our #BikeDC neighbors– will absolutely love. Which is why we are very happy to share the 3rd Annual Boundary Stone […]


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