On Capitol Hill, a wide range of architectural styles and features are on display. Learn about the changing tastes and practical decisions that informed the builders’ choices. This tour was developed by CHRS President and Chair of the CHRS Historic Preservation Committee, Beth Purcell. Beth is an architectural historian with an MA in Historic Preservation […]
Mike Canning, a member of the Washington Area Film Critics Association, has reviewed movies for the Hill Rag newspaper in DC for over 25 years, writing often on the depiction of Washington in American feature films. This led to a commission by the Friends of Southeast Library for a book focusing on DC movies, “Hollywood […]
Notable People of Capitol Hill: Visit the homes of some of the many fascinating politicians, activists, artists, writers, and others who, from the early 19th-century to contemporary times, have made Capitol Hill their home. Curious to know where that famous Washington power couple, James Carville and Mary Matalin, made their nest and William Cody aka Buffalo […]
Our friends at Eastern Market Main Street (EMMS) are hosting “Independence!,” one-of-a-kind walking and beverage-tasting tour, July 3 from 2-5 pm,
Photos: Live and In-Person! Back to normal only better! It felt great to have an in-person 4th of July Parade on Capitol Hill.
Capitol Hill has many hidden alleys and charming one-block streets with a past mix of residential and industrial uses. Explore these unique communities, their houses and history, their ups and downs, who lived there in the past and who lives there now. Gessford Ct., Walter St., Kings Ct., Duvall Ct., Cluss Ct. Take a virtual peek […]
Bernadette McMahon and Brian Kraft presented “Voices from our past – Researching oral histories of Capitol Hill“ Tuesday, June 22, 2021.