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The Literary Hill

A Day in the Life of America Gene Weingarten is like the Ken Burns of print journalism. Give him a topic—any topic—and he’ll delve into...

CAPITOL CUISINE

“This is NOT like my mother made it,” declared husband Peter as he dug into scrumptious French toast at The Ella Grace cocktail bar....

Tiber Realty Group Debuts

Michael Frias had been in the property management business with John C. Formant for about thirty years. This past summer, Formant, owner of the...

Paul Pascal (1937-2018)

A constant presence at the Wilson Building as long-time lobbyist for District alcohol wholesalers, Paul Pascal helped create the modern institutions that govern the...

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...

South Hall Rent Increases Unanimously Rejected

It is the rare occasion when Capitol Hill residents, the Eastern Market Community Advisory Committee (EMCAC), Eastern Market’s South Hall merchants and its arts...

See Scena’s Julius Caesar Before It Departs

Get thee to H Street to see a remarkable production of Shakespeare’s “Julius Caesar” before it closes on Sept. 24. Directed by Robert McNamara,...

Residents Concerned About South Hall Appraisal

The Department of General Services (DGS), the manager of the Eastern Market, hired the Marcus Asset Group (MAG) in May to do a certified...

EMCAC Members React to South Hall Appraisal

The Department of General Services (DGS), the manager of the Eastern Market, hired the Marcus Asset Group (MAG) in May to do a certified...

South Hall Appraisal Distributed

In early May, the DC Department of General Services (DGS) contracted the Marcus Asset Group (MAG) to do a certified appraisal of the stalls...