“Just wanted to pass along a heads up that for the last two mornings, cops have been ticketing bikers heading westbound on M Street NW between 9th and 10th (the block next to the Convention Center). A portion of the block – between the corner of 9th and M and Blagden Alley – is one-way heading eastbound only, so they are ticking westbound bikers right by the Alley, coming down the street against traffic. They seem to only be ticketing bikers on the street, not on the sidewalk.”
You can talk about whatever is on your mind – quality of life issues, a beautiful tree you spotted, scuttlebutt, or any random questions/thoughts you may have. But please no personal attacks and no need to correct people’s grammar. This is a place to vent and/or celebrate things about daily life in DC.
“A restaurant serving American food with 26 seats and a Total Occupancy Load of 50. Sidewalk cafe with 30 seats. Entertainment Endorsement to include occasional karaoke and DJ, but no dancing or nude performances.”
“The Washington, D.C. stop kicks off the 2015 season of Tour de Fat and will feature eclectic entertainment, yo-yo performances and even vaudeville acts. Everyone 21 and older is invited to sample new and classic favorites from New Belgium including the brewery’s flagship brew, Fat Tire, New Belgium’s latest year-round offering, Slow Ride Session IPA, and selections from the acclaimed Lips of Faith series.
Tour de Fat is free to participants, but beer and merchandise proceeds from the Washington, D.C. stop will go to:
Washington Area Bicyclist Association
Black Women Bike DC
Fairfax Advocates for Better Bicycling
Mid-Atlantic Off-Road Enthusiasts
Last year, the Washington, D.C. Tour de Fat stop had approximately 7,000 attendees and raised more than $57,000 for local non-profits.
Tour de Fat – Washington, D.C. Details
Saturday, May 30
Sudhouse‘s opening in the former Bistro La Bonne space has been pushed to “May 31st at 3pm with Happy Hour food and Drink Specials the entire day.”
“Featuring domestic and craft beers, classic American fare, pool and Big Buck, Sudhouse aims to be your new hangout spot to imbibe with friends. Sudhouse is the very first concept created by Farout and will have a tasty selection of both hearty and small plates like home-made five alarm chili and organic farm fresh salads. It will be a perfect place to relax and embrace the wonders of the U Street Corridor.”