27 Oct 2015


What to Do With Your Leaves, Part 2

Last week, when we were still young and full of hope and not so full of leaves that go crunch-crunch-crunch and inconvenience us all, I put together an initial post on what you can start doing with your leaves while the Department of Public Works rolls out their leaf-collection campaign, starting November 2nd, 2015. (You […]

05 Jun 2014

Frager's, One Year Later

Some events galvanize a community. While it would be great if these events could be happy or uplifting, the truth is that we seem to be most alive and come together best when we are in the midst of a disaster, or when one of us is badly hurt. “I try not to think about […]

11 Sep 2013

9/11, As Remembered By Our Writers

A day that changed life as we know it is not easily forgettable. Here at The Hill is Home, we wanted to mark the 12th anniversary of 9/11 with memories from our writers. We would also love it if you shared your own in the comments. Sharee Lawler: My husband and I celebrated our one-year […]

19 Apr 2013

Your Votes are In: THE PUG is Your Favorite Capitol Hill Bar!

And then there was one favorite, beloved, and spirit-filled bar left. And this bar had tons of supporters who rallied to crown it. And this bar had a good beer and cocktail selection, and even a controversial little punch at some point in recent time. And it was all good. Congratulations to THE PUG for […]

14 Feb 2013

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There are a lot of ways to get updates from The Hill is Home: bookmark the site and check in every day; add us to your RSS feed; or follow us on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.  Now we are offering one more way to keep up with the happenings around the neighborhood: email! Starting this […]

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