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Friday, March 5, 2021

Fun for All in Sunday’s Snow

On Sunday, Washington DC saw snow its first significant snow fall in two years. The neighborhood went outside to play! Although Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton...

Where to Get Your Holiday Tree

This year, many are thinking of Holiday decorations earlier than ever. Ready to buy your tree? You can do it right here on the...

Good Neighbors of Capitol Hill Find Common Ground with Refugees

A few hardy volunteers, including both older and younger members of several Capitol Hill faith communities, pull up to a Capitol Hill townhouse, masked...

The Life’s Work of KK Ottesen

For our December episode of My Life's Work Podcast, we interviewed KK Ottesen, who found power and meaning in storytelling early in life and...

Virtual Events to Mark Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

"The time is always right, to do what is right." -Martin Luther King, Jr. We'd love to hear what you're doing to mark this day....

DC-Owned, Indiana-Grown!

Celebrate the new year with a fresh batch of sweet corn while supporting a local Capitol Hill business: Larry's Sweet Corn. Grown in the...

See the Winners of Face Mask Photo Contest

We received so many entries to the Hill Rag and Eastern Market Main Street Face Mask Photo Contest, and both organizations want to thank the...

Separate and Unequal Education in 19th Century DC Schools

The road to the integrated school system that exists today in the District of Columbia has its roots at the beginning of the 19th...

Meet “The Aya”

The Aya, Ward 6’s short-term family housing site, will soon welcome up to 50 families experiencing homelessness. Councilmember Charles Allen toured the building recently...

Black Lives in the Classroom

Cornerstone School Principal and Executive Director Derrick Max remembers watching video of the murder of George Floyd. Floyd was killed by Minneapolis police May...
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