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In Memoriam: Larry Quillian

Every neighborhood needs a silent woman or man who believes in the future of the neighborhood and the future of its business community. Capitol...

Congressional Cemetery Welcomes New President

Historic Congressional Cemetery (HCC) has a new President. After a national search, the board of the Association for the Preservation of Historic Congressional Cemetery announced Friday,...

Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church Welcomes New Pastor

Sitting in the pews at Capitol Hill Presbyterian Church (CHPC, 201 Fourth St. SE) on August 1st, the congregation felt an indisputable sense of...

The Life’s Work of Martha S. Pope

One year ago, Nathaniel Liu and I decided to start a podcast, My Life’s Work, that delves into the careers of our DC neighbors...

The Man Behind the Rugs: Mehmet Yalcin

There’s nothing quite like the Eastern Market and street fair on a sunny weekend day, where stalls sell anything from antique prints to RBG...

In Memoriam: Tommy Gerard Ewing

Thomas Gerard Ewing (AKA Thomas Ewing-Brown) passed away on March 13, 2021 at Good Samaritan Hospital, Baltimore MD, after a brief illness. He was...

CHV Little Free Library Contains ‘A Little Bit of Magic’

There’s a small crowd gathered on the sidewalk at the midway point of E Street SE between 13th and 14th streets. “Look!” exclaims a child,...

New Pizzeria Slated for 7th Hill Site Direct from Italy

There’s a new pizzeria coming to Eastern Market —and it’s coming all the way from Italy. In mid-June, Italian restaurateur Fabrizio Costantini and his family...

Happy Retirement, Jose Canales!

For the last 38 years one of the many pleasures of Eastern Market has been shopping at Canales Quality Meats, not just for the...

The Life’s Work of Craig Wallace

“I could not read , I could not understand it, but I wanted to. And now I can and now I do. I’m very...
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