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Sunday, April 18, 2021

Galvanized Piping Problems

Many Capitol Hill homes are over 100 years old, yet most were built with freshwater piping systems that have a relatively short life expectancy....

Take a Tour of Historic Barry Farm

The history of Southeast Washington details communities of change and contrast. What once was becomes something entirely new, and, thanks to historians like Alcione...

Solar Power

There are solar panels on residences and buildings across DC, even in historic districts. It’s non-polluting energy. It’s a renewable natural resource. Thanks to...

Galley Kitchen Gets an Update

Kitchen & Family Room Remodeled in a Bungalow-Style Home Many older homes found on Capitol Hill, and in the Washington metropolitan area, have outdated galley...

Volunteer at Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens

Friends of Kenilworth Aquatic Gardens is seeking interpretive volunteers to introduce visitors to the plethora of plants and animals who call the gardens home....

Drought, Disease & Blight

What a wonderful summer it has been! Hot as ever, with long sunny days and a nice cool rain in the afternoon to ease...

Volunteer at Kenilworth Park

Now that fall has arrived, it is time to begin putting the gardens to bed for the winter. On Oct. 28 from 9 a.m....

Making Produce Last

Now that you’ve scored some of the season's freshest goodies, you will want to keep them as long as possible. When it comes to...

DC Council, DHCD Battle Over Fate of Blighted Homes

A DC housing agency clashed with the DC Council again in December over how to handle a number of blighted properties in Ward 8’s...

Dwell

On a chilly January morning I pulled up to an old stable located in an alley off of Florida Avenue in DC’s Trinidad neighborhood....