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Saturday, August 18, 2018

Volunteering on the Hill

Three dozen organizations participated in the Capitol Hill Volunteer Fair held at the Hill Center on April 29. While some focus their work solely...

Research and Passion: A Wonderful Combination for the Anacostia

This summer, as the heat index begins to rise, Americans turn to water-based festivities in an attempt to escape the scorching sun. For residents...

DC Shorts Film Festival Calls the Hill Home for Closing Weekend

The 2017 DC Shorts Film Festival will call the Hill home for their closing weekend, Friday September 15th through Sunday September 17th. Competitions, panels...

A Heart to Serve

A little girl dressed in bright clothes toddles around the waiting room in the Capitol Hill Group Ministry’s (CHGM) office, perusing the candy offerings...

Peregrine Espresso Celebrates Ninth Anniversary

Peregrine Espresso is celebrating their ninth anniversary! All day Tuesday September 5th, the cafes will be giving away free drip and iced coffee at...

The Hill Center presents its Regional Juried Art Exhibition

Where on can you find three floors filled wall-to-wall with art? At the Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital, a landmark on Capitol...

Stuart James Long (1942-2017): The Hill’s Restaurateur

On a warm summer morning, it is a sad day at St. Aloysius Church on North Capitol Street. More than five hundred have gathered...

The Tune Inn & Captain James

It’s over a month since an era ended at The Tune Inn. It was the day James Forward – best known as “Captain James”...

Pulling Them Back from the Brink

Ms. Lula had no idea what to do. In her 70s and living on her own, she had no one to help her understand...

Capitol Riverfront BID

The lazy, hazy days of summer are upon us, and they often provide a slowdown in activity and an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors...