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Five Questions: Adam Ruben, Chair of the School Within a School Expansion Committee

January 30th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

There is some anxiety these days among the parental set on Capitol Hill, reference by Tim in his recent post.  The DCPS school lottery is now open (through 11:59pm on Feb. 25, 2013!) and fears of being #321 on a pre-school wait list looms large. I can tell you among the parents of kids 3-5 the […]

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Five Questions: Upcoming Renovation at St. Mark’s

January 25th, 2013 · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South

If you have walked by St. Mark’s Church on the corner of 3rd and A Streets SE recently, you may have noticed some new arrivals – three trailers have taken up residence in the church’s courtyard.  A major building renovation is underway that affects not only church members and neighbors, but also the wider Capitol […]

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Five Questions: Corner Garden Lady, Sharon Ivy West

December 18th, 2012 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, Capitol Hill South

Nearly every day, my children and I walk down Kentucky Avenue towards Lincoln Park. And, nearly every day we spend a few moments immersed in a charming fairyland created by Hill resident, Sharon Ivy West. The garden, at the corner of Independence and Kentucky Avenue, is the canvas of Sharon’s creativity, and her medium is […]

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Five Questions with Keira Havner and Lia Salza Goldstein of Little Loft

December 4th, 2012 · 1 Comment · Capitol Hill

Back in late September, we announced the great news about Little Loft, a new art studio for children right across the street from Frager’s. We asked Keira Havner and Lia Salza Goldstein a few questions, so you can get a better idea of who are the people behind the business. Enjoy!

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Five Questions: Congressional Cemetery Manager Alan Davis

July 6th, 2011 · No Comments · Barney Circle, New Hill East

One of my favorite parts of having been a dog owner on Capitol Hill was spending a considerable amount of time in Congressional Cemetery.  It felt very Victorian –hanging out, poop bag in hand, J. Edgar underfoot.  People would gasp when you explained exactly how the cemetery embraced the Canine Corps in the early 90s. […]

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