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Monday, June 25, 2018

Faithfully Bearing His Cross: Buddy Harrison

Lord, grant us strength of purpose that we may faithfully bear our crosses each day. ―Concluding prayer, Seventh Station of the Cross, “Jesus Bears the...

Hard Hats at Hine Event Celebrates Businesses Old and New

On Thursday evening, a crowd gathered at 700 Pennsylvania Ave. SE to check out the new Hine Development and celebrate businesses old and new...

Old Bank, New Faces

Richard ‘Randy’ Anderson has been President and CEO of the National Capitol Bank (NCB) at 316 Pennsylvania Ave. SE for a little more than...

Heard on the Hill – March 2017

There is a commonly quoted ancient curse that may or may not be Chinese (or Scottish?) and may or may not be ancient. “May...

How to Spend a Day in Ivy City

Nestled in a deceptively quiet part of the District, the tiny neighborhood of Ivy City has emerged as the unofficial capital of local distilleries,...

Chiarina Brings Music to Life

On Feb. 18 my wife and I attended a wonderful concert by Chiarina at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. “Voyages in Song” featured voice and...

A Practical Guide to Mother’s Day, From a Mom

Mother’s Day in DC is, well, it’s lit, you guys. Roses, peonies, and azaleas are in bloom, and the Capitol Hill Restoration Society’s House...

Meditation at SE Library

On Jan. 30, 7 p.m., join David Newcomb, a longtime meditator, for this engaging workshop. Newcomb will offer effective techniques that can reduce stress,...

Facing Life’s Obstacles With Courage

Joni Bell has lived on Capitol Hill for almost 50 years. I’ve written two other columns about her– the first was about her teaching...

Capitol Riverfront BID: Updates and 10 Years of Operations

The lazy, hazy days of summer are upon us, and they often provide a slowdown in activity and an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors...