“Finally, it’s back! After a two-year hiatus Southwest DC’s colorful liveaboard community will open its doors to visitors on Saturday, October 10 from 10 AM to 2 PM. The self‐guided tour at Gangplank Marina takes visitors inside up to 20 of the most fun and unique homes in Washington DC. Owners and docents will also be available to answer questions about the boat‐homes and the liveaboard lifestyle. This is only the fourth time that the homes of Gangplank Marina have been open to the public, and the chance to tour this unique community is not to be missed. (more…)
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“Murphy from Columbia Heights feeling last night”
“Gary, formerly of Shaw and now living in San Francisco, takes playtime very seriously.”
“A District employee who works in the Mayor’s Office of Religious Affairs has been charged with possession with intent to distribute cocaine.
Officers say they found Lorenzo Sanders inside the apartment along with a large amount of cocaine, cash, drug paraphernalia, three unused ski masks, cell phones and a notepad with names and phone numbers.
Lorenzo Sanders is a clerical assistant working for the Mayor’s Office of Religious Affairs. He was hired in 2012 under the Vincent Gray administration and was a holdover in the current administration.”
Today’s rental is located at 807 25th Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Charming, One Bedroom & Den ), in Foggy Bottom! Hardwoods, Kitchen w/Gas Cooking, Granite, and Stainless Appliances. Lovely Bath w/ Jacuzzi, Berber Carpet in Bedrooms, Front Brick Patio as well as a Private Back Patio. Close to GWU, World Bank, IMF, Foggy Bottom Metro, Kennedy Center, Restaurants, and More.”
“Our house in Petworth has one of those prefab metal awnings covering the front porch, and we’d like to remove it and replace it with an actual roof. Has anyone had experience with a project like this? Looking for any recommended contractors and/or ideas about price (we’re already seeking estimates but are curious about other folks’ experiences).”
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Thanks to a reader for passing on: “I thought PoPville might want to learn about this appalling situation. The good folks at the mosque on 4th Street in Truxton Circle circulated this flier warning about anti-Muslim demonstrations this weekend.”
“Notice of Demonstration
“Masjid Muhammad (MM) was recently notified by federal and local law enforcement agencies That anti-Muslim demonstrations are scheduled for October 9th & 10th in front of 20 mosques Across the country. There is a possibility that one of these demonstrations could take place at any time in front of MM on Friday or Saturday and may occur during our Salatul Jumma prayer service. (more…)
This house is located at 1714 Newton Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Charming and spacious! Classic end-unit rowhouse in the heart of Brookland. Three bedrooms and study upstairs plus huge master walk-in closet. Nicely renovated kitchen and baths. Lower level in-law suite with full bath, kitchen, and separate entrance. Fantastic large fenced yard with patio for grilling. Driveway, garage, plus walk-up attic for storage! Walk to metro, shops, and restaurants.”