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New and Upcoming Around the Hill

Outside the world is blooming, and a crop of new businesses is sprouting up all over the Hill. Here's a round up of some...

USADC Tells ANC He’s ‘Laser-Focused’ on Violent Crime

Appearing were Commissioners Jennifer Samolyk (6B01), Gerald Sroufe (6B02), Brian Ready (6B03), Steve Holtzman (6B05), Corey Holman (6B06), Edward Ryder (6B07), Peter Wright (6B08),...

Gardening Partnership Helps Youth Bloom on Barracks Row

Jim Guckert is bending over a patch of dirt on the 700 block of Eighth St. SE. Two young men are kneeling close by,...

Capitol Hill Learning Academy Teaches for the Future

On a seasonably warm day in January 2022, the students of Capitol Learning Academy (CLA) finished recess at the new Eastern Market Metro Park...

ANC Unanimously Supports As You Are Bar Application

Soon, you’ll be able to come As You Are to Barracks Row. On Tuesday night, Advisory Neighborhood Commission (ANC) 6B voted unanimously to support the...

New COVID Center to Open on Barracks Row

UPDATE: Thurs, Jan. 27 2 p.m.: Ward COVID Centers will also offer 2 free KN-95 masks per individual with proof of District residency starting...

Contentious Meeting on Proposed Barracks Row Safe Space

It was a contentious meeting about a space that is intended to be conflict-free. On Thursday night, community members spent more than 3 hours discussing...

ANC 6B Questions DOH on Restaurants After Viral Popeye’s Video

Appearing were Commissioners Gerald Sroufe (6B02), Brian Ready (6B03), Kirsten Oldenburg (6B04), Steve Holtzman (6B05), Corey Holman (6B06), Edward Ryder (6B07), Peter Wright (6B08)...

She Loves Me Tells Stories With Flowers

Growing up, Holley Simmons would help her mother, gluing rhinestones on custom gowns the seamstress created for ballroom dancers. “It was like a playground,”...

Remembering Margot Kelly

Several years ago I wrote a profile of Margot Kelly for the Hill Rag that she laughingly referred to as “my obituary.” And now, with...
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