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Tuesday, June 2, 2020

Rubin Genderson’s Bar

Some Capitol Hill edifices and memorials immediately beg to be asked how they came to be. Others hide their history. Once such place is...

Capitol Hill Presbyterian Welcomes Rev. Keys

  Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church (201 Fourth St. SE) will welcome a new minister in January, Rev. Erin M. Keys. “I could not be more...

Farewell to the Banana Café

Jorge Garcia-Meitin Zamorano has no firm plans now that the Banana Café and Piano Bar (500 Eighth St. SE) has closed. “I couldn’t tell...

The Hill Rag’s Holiday Shopping Guide

Have you ever thought about making your holiday season one where you never have to sit in traffic jams or say a special prayer...

2017 Local First Awards Celebrate Entrepreneurs, Creators

On Thursday Nov. 9th, the inaugural Local First Awards were held at Blind Whino SW Arts Club (700 Delaware Ave. SW). This uniquely-DC celebration...

H Street Life – November 2017

The District is not generally a place blessed by extended autumn weather. It’s often an open question whether Halloween night will be summery or...

Sousa Birthday Celebrations at Congressional Cemetery

"It was a real life, where real things happened." So remarked the actor portraying John Philip Sousa at the 163rd birthday celebrations in honor...

Capitol Hill Community Foundation Expands Grants for Community Builders

This September, the Capitol Hill Community Foundation offers a variety of grants to support the kind of innovations that bring neighbors together, tackling challenges...

Internet Killed the Museum Star? Digital Images at Hill Center

“Will the internet ever replace the Museum?” That is a question considered by students in Maury Elementary School’s third through fifth grades. Many emerging...

The Anacostia’s Importance to Us – Connectivity and Community

While on a recent bike ride on the eastern side of the Anacostia up to Bladensburg County Park, I suddenly had the feeling of...
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