JoAnn Hill

JoAnn Hill, who also wrote Secret Washington, DC: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure and DC Scavenger, has been eating her way through Washington, DC for over twenty years. She has written extensively about DC’s hidden histories and peculiarities, active pursuits, and vibrant food and drink scenes. Through her passion for food and adventure, she shares stories and tips that satiate the hungry enthusiast and inspire the curious traveler. When she’s not writing, you will find her teaching fitness classes, enjoying a night at the theater, and exploring as much of the world with her husband as she possibly can. JoAnn is the co-founder of Capitol Teachers, a full-service tutoring company servicing students in the greater Washington, DC area as well as across the country.

Join the free celebration of the vibrant literary culture of Capitol Hill from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17th, in the North Hall at DC’s historic Eastern Market! Meet some of your favorite authors of fiction, history, memoir, poetry,

Summer may be winding down, but warm temperatures and days bursting with long-lasting sunlight continue to prevail (at least for now, anyway). Soak up every drop of summer with a fun and unique way to explore our capital city by

D.C.’s streets are full of hidden histories. JoAnn Hill , and she’s here to share some of the weirdest—and darkest—stories behind famous D.C. sites, like Dupont Underground, the Supreme Court, and Soldier’s Home Cemetery.