03/31/15 3:30pm

If you have any animal/pet photos you’d like to share please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and your neighborhood. Your photos will go into the queue (usually 6-8 weeks wait) and will be posted in the order I receive them. If you’ve already entered your pet and would like to do so again – that’s no problem – just space the entries out a bit. Please try to send horizontal photos 640×480 (medium size on your iphone) if possible. If you’re not using an iphone any size is fine.

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“Kylie from Lanier Heights on her first day of Puppy Kindergarten!”

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“This is Max Purrzer in Adams Morgan. Max is excited about the Nats’ chances this season, especially now that his namesake and fellow heterochromian has joined the team.”

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“Muddy Waters”

1219 Euclid Street Northwest

This rental is located at 1219 Euclid Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Great opportunity to lease this spacious, 1 bed, 1 bath basement apt in great Columbia Heights neighborhood. Unit features 2 separate entrances, covered portico, shared patio, washer/dryer in the unit, recessed lighting, storage space and more, all in great location. Walking distance to Columbia Heights and Shaw metro stations. Tenant responsible for electric; landlord pays water, trash and bas”

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,425/Mo.

03/31/15 2:10pm

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Phil

What are the top rated wedding website builders?:

“This week our goal is to create and post our live website and share with all our family n friends. I know about godaddy website builder, but their themes are more for business people or recreational (for fun) stuff. I posted this quesiton on facebok and then people said i should use facebook! Others suggested wordpress but that sounds too complex. I guess the best solution we found so far is rsvpwed.com as they have all the functions and related themes, but there might be something better lurking around the corner. If anyone has a list of maybe 5-10 to choose from, that would be huge. Or if you have experience with our top choice, it would help us come to a decision.”

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“Dear PoPville,

It went up last weekend. While the sign is technically on a support pole of the same building, the entrance to this Marriott is a good 50 yards away, and the tiny arrow at the bottom doesn’t remotely help anyone find the place. It mainly serves as a big Christmasy dick move to commuters, as far as I can tell. It’s literally in the way for people coming down the stairs from the MBT, and it’s yet another layer of visual obstruction in front of the single incoming train board at that entrance. I think I’m just bummed out that it dwarfs the actual Metro pole. Thought I’d share to commiserate, and ask if anyone else has examples of garish, shameless advertising at Metro entrances. (NY Ave North Entrance)”

Think metro got paid for this?

03/31/15 12:55pm

1280 21st Street Northwest

This unit is located at 1280 21st Street, Northwest. The Listing says:

“Amazing West End/Dupont Circle Location! Must see at the St. George! Top floor unit with amazing light and easy access to the St. George’s amazing roof deck with monument views! 1 bedroom, 1 bath condo with hardwood parquet floors and amazing closet space! Secs to mulitiple Metro stations, shops, restaurants and more! Walk score of 98 – everything you could want is mere steps/blocks away!”

1280 21st Street Northwest inside

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $319,900 ($395 monthly fee.)

03/31/15 12:25pm

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Big pop up update from the Washington Post:

“The D.C. Zoning Commission took its first action on Monday night against developers building the city’s growing number of pop-up homes, voting to reduce the maximum by-right height of single-family rowhouses to 35 feet, down from 40, in some of the city’s gentrifying neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, Shaw and Columbia Heights.”

The Post does note that the vote, “also allowed residents or developers to pursue a special exception if they want a 40-foot tall building.”