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Things got a little snowy and a little Famous on Capitol Hill.

GW has their mind on money and money on their mind [admissions] Cold weather is about to arrive [snap] Streetcars won’t start service this year [and other surprises] Capitol dome finally getting [repaired] Photo by Fred King

The Capitol Dome is plastered over many business logos around here. You’ve seen florists, cookie bakers, lobbyists, event companies, cruise lines, all affixed with an image of the mighty dome of the United States Capitol in place of a more imaginative graphic. The 288 foot, 147-year old cast-iron structure, if it had feelings, would be moved by its celebrity, but also disappointed by lacking creativity in the use of its image.

Charlotte Sellmyer works as a Cap Hill flack by day and photographer by night. She frequently shoots events, portraits and sites around the district. Follow, like or visit Charlotte’s site to see more great photographs.

Chuck Lidell touring the U.S. Capitol with Harold Walbert.

Ben Pershing’s Player of the Week: The Anonymous Army on Capitol Hill Flip on C-SPAN late at night, and you may well see a lawmaker giving a lengthy and impassioned speech to a largely empty House chamber. But while the room may look deserted, off-camera and behind the scenes there …