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Monday, April 12, 2021

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....

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...

What the Capitol Grounds Looked Like Thursday

This post contains adult langugae. Fencing now surrounds the US Capitol Grounds. Crews completed the work in about 6 hours, finishing around 3p.m. under the...

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...

Season’s Greetings from the Hill Rag

Everything about 2020 has been different, and that includes the holidays. We are used to gathering together as friends, family and community to celebrate....

Celebrate a Reimagined New Yards Eve from Home

With Christmas upon us, the next question is: what are you doing for New Year's Eve? While many types of celebrations have been canceled, The...

In Memoriam

John Franzén, who died November 1, was a longtime resident of both political Washington, DC and the Capitol Hill neighborhood and made enormous contributions...

Happy Ten Years, Labyrinth!

A community center was born in the middle of the 14th Street Bridge one November day ten years ago. Kathleen Donahue got the idea for...

Vote for Winner of Holiday Decoration Contest

Do a tour of festive lights and help your favorite win this holiday! Businesses on the Eastern Market corridor have gotten into the holiday spirit...

The Life’s Work of David Stute

For the first episode of our podcast My Life’s Work, Nathaniel Liu and I talked to David Stute, whose career path veered in an...
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