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A Guide to Capitol Hill is Coming to Your Doorstep

The 2022 Fagon Guide to the Capitol Hill Community is now available! The 27th edition of the handbook to your neighborhood businesses, resources and organizations will...

The Capitol Hill Home

In anticipation of the 65th anniversary of the Capitol Hill House and Garden Tour, the Society sponsored a photo contest – “The Capitol Hill...

Bart O’Rielly Asks the Essential Questions Through Art

Our perceptions of reality are ever shifting. So, what can we know? What can we understand? Anything? Bart O’Rielly wants to know, and he...

Artist Portrait: Aleksandra Katargina

Aleksandra Katargina wants to hold on to time…not just moments but the emotions of time: the expressions that flow through her consciousness and compose...

Cherry Blossoms Predicted to Peak March 22-25

For the first time in two years, the National Cherry Blossom Festival will take place in person with events scheduled across all eight Wards...

Celebrate Black History Month With #BlackOwned

#BlackOwned is an annual series curated by the Anacostia Art Center (1231 Good Hope Rd. SE) to highlight and celebrate the diversity of the...

Take A Basic Drawing Class at Hill Center

This course is designed for adults who wish to start drawing, but aren’t sure where to begin. Work on your basic drawing skills and...

Artist Profile: Denzel Parks

It’s the eyes. They strike you. Grab your attention. The hands are expressive—moving, but never in complete focus: they are not posing or frozen...

Dining in, Chilling Out

As you probably know, since January 15, anyone 12 and older entering a Washington DC restaurant, bar or nightclub must show proof that they...

John Lewis Mural Celebrates Civil Rights Legend

A crowd gathered Dec. 16 in the parking lot of the Sunoco Station at 1248 Pennsylvania Ave. SE. It is a busy gas station...
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