It’s been a while since we’ve seen real snow so blast from the past by PoPville flickr user brunofish
From the Mayor’s Office:
“Mayor Muriel Bowser will deploy more than 200 snow trucks at 8 am Sunday, February 1 for a winter storm that could bring snow and rain between Sunday and Monday morning. This will be the District’s sixth full deployment this winter. Snow may start falling Sunday morning then become a snow/rain mix later in the afternoon or evening. By 8 pm, the forecast is for all rain, which may continue through the night.
Snow is expected to begin falling between 7 am and 11 am Monday and may end by noon. Sunday’s forecast calls for a high of 40F and a low of 34F. Monday’s high temperature is expected to be 34F and the low may get as low as 10F.
All trucks should be on their routes by 9 am. This storm could affect the Monday morning rush hour, so whatever the mode of travel, people are asked to be cautious. Property owners are asked to put abrasives (pet safe de-icer, rock salt or non-clumping kitty litter) on their sidewalks before the storm starts. (more…)
Anyone hear the two to three gunshots in Columbia Heights early Sat morning, around 3:30 at Holmead Place and Newton?
Also has anyone seen an uptick of drug activity -selling- around 14th and Meridian, by the old Get A Way spot? This activity is spilling over to the side streets both East and West of 14th. Newton, Meridian, Oak. Lots of people hannging out on these residential corners waiting for deliveries.”
If you have any questions you’d like me to answer about PoPville or general topics to be covered please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘What’d I Miss’ in the subject line. You can ask really anything you’d like – from specific to philosophical. But no grammar questions. You can also tweet questions to @PoPville though I prefer email if possible. I’m gonna try to keep this less than 10 minutes. What’d I Miss? is done on one take with no editing.
“Join us Sunday, February 1st to help celebrate Port City Brewing Company’s 4th Anniversary with a special brunch event at Sixth Engine! [438 Massachusetts Avenue Northwest]
This standing brunch event will feature Porty City’s brews, including both the release of Colossal IV as well as a one-of-a-kind, surprise firkin. Port City beer-inspired passed hors d’eouvres, specialty hoptails, and all you can drink OptiMosas will also be provided by Sixth Engine. You’ll get the chance to meet Port City’s brewers while enjoying tasty food and great local beer, and its a perfect way to kick off your Superbowl Sunday.
Festivities begin at noon, and tickets are extremely limited, so be sure to purchase your ASAP. This ticket is all inclusive and covers food, drink, tax & gratuity.
“This weekend, Silver, Blue, Yellow and Green line trains will operate on a regular weekend schedule. Red and Orange line trains will operate on a regular weekend schedule on Sunday. On Saturday, Red and Orange line trains will run every 16 minutes, rather than every 12 minutes, resulting in an average of two minutes of additional wait time.
Trains every 8-16 minutes on Saturday
Saturday only, Red Line trains will operate every 16 minutes between Shady Grove & Glenmont (normal service is every 12 minutes). Additional trains will operate 9AM-9PM between Shady Grove & Silver Spring, providing service every 8-10 minutes between these stations.
On Sunday, Red Line trains will operate at regular weekend intervals.
Work Performed: Joint elimination, track fastener and insulator renewal for a safer ride between Silver Spring and Wheaton.
Trains every 16 minutes on Saturday only; regular service on Sunday
Saturday only, Orange Line trains will operate every 16 minutes, rather than every 12 minutes.
On Sunday, Orange Line trains will operate at regular weekend intervals.
Work Performed: Platform rehabilitation and emergency call box installation for a safer ride between Stadium-Armory and Cheverly.”
Thanks to Michelle for putting together this list of adoptable pets. It will be featured the last Friday every month. If you are interested in submitting an adoptable pet you can email Michelle at Help.the.Pups.DC(at)gmail(dot)com
Hope – Lucky Dog Animal Rescue
Hope is an adorable 3-year old beagle/basset hound mix from Lucky Dog Animal Rescue. Even though she only weighs 25 pounds, this cutie loves to runs and play off-leash with the big dogs. She is a quick learner and very food motivated. She loves everyone she meets and can’t wait to wiggle her way into your heart and home. To adopt Hope, please fill out our adoption application available here and email it to Megan We have many adoptable animals, so feel free come check us out at one of our events!
Thunder – Tails High, Inc.
Thunder is 3-year old fluff ball from Tails High, Inc. She will greet you with head nuzzles and follow you everywhere you go. She adores being close to her people and will snuggle right up under your chin if you let her. In addition to cuddling, she loves to play, investigate new things, and rest assured that, if you have a party, she’ll be right in the middle of it, enjoying every moment. She hasn’t met a human or animal that she didn’t like. If you would like to adopt Thunder, please complete our adoption application on our website. You can also visit us at one of our upcoming events!
“FREE CHAIA TACOS @ Patagonia Georgetown
Where: Patagonia, 1048 Wisconsin Ave NW
When: Saturday, January 31st from 12-2pm
What: Chaia, DC’s very own seasonal vegetable farm-to-taco business, will partner with their new Georgetown neighbor Patagonia to celebrate their annual sale event with FREE samples of Chaia’s winter tacos: The Brussels Sprouts and Mushroom Tacos!“