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Thanksgiving Baskets for Neighbors in Need

November 21st, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, Eastern Market

              Are you cooking for Thanksgiving? Or giving thanks that someone else is commandeering the kitchen? Either way, pack an extra bag with all the fixings while you’re loading up your cart at the grocery store. You can make a big difference to what’s on the table in the […]

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Tonight: Community Meeting for Lincoln Park Rehab Project

February 25th, 2013 · No Comments · Capitol Hill, DC, Eastern Market

Judging by the traffic on neighborhood listservs and Twitter, a lot of people are worked up about the U.S. National Parks Service’s decision to close the east side of Lincoln Park, including both playgrounds for three months starting on February 25th.  In response to a large email, letter and Facebook campaign that appears to have originated […]

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School Information Night is THIS SUNDAY

November 30th, 2012 · No Comments · Capitol Hill

Ah, the life of a parent: the first few years you are sleep-deprived and covered in spit-up, and you are also routinely suffocated by diapers and inadequacies. And then the little darlings get older and you’re so happy they finally let you live, but then you discover that they HAVE TO GO TO SCHOOL AND […]

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Neighbors Reach Out to TC Maslin’s Family After Violent Attack Friday

August 20th, 2012 · 2 Comments · Capitol Hill

The brutal attack 0n TC Maslin late Friday night has caused many on the Hill to pause and wonder how something that  appears to be an arbitrary life-threatening event could happen in the shadow of Eastern Market, in the midst of what are often considered some of the best addresses of our burg. The Maslin […]

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Things We Take for Granted: Not Just Chit Chat on Hill Listservs

November 16th, 2011 · 2 Comments · Capitol Hill

First there were chickens, and now there are opossums. Canine-related disagreements will always rise to the occasion if a little passion and defensiveness is called for. Triscuits and Melba toast might one day give crackers a run for their money. The listservs of Capitol Hill thrive, in all their messy, mean, thoughtful, boisterous, inane and […]

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