Well, I didn’t see Maureen Bunyan this time but I did see lots of folks having a great time at the show. Bloombars of course is the great new spot on 11th Street next to Wonderland that bills itself as an underground “spontaneous” scene for art and music. It is arguably the coolest new development in the entire city. Despite opening an hour late, a quick power outage and an annoying fire alarm blaring across the street the evening had the same great vibe as the previous performances. There is a wonderful diversity among the crowd and the music of course is terrific. I unfortunately only caught the opening act before having to leave. Did anyone catch the headliners? How was your experience?
“Dear PoPville, I saw this Halloween display on Woodley Rd near the Marriott. It looked like a very cool Halloween decoration from the road (it’s a mummy scarecrow, there are crows but the lighting was terrible at night so it was hard to capture them). The sign on it says “This is a most tasteless […]
This house is located at 243 Hawaii Avenue, Northeast. The listing says: “Brookland Beckons! Delightfully renovated semi-detached home, 10 min walk to Brookland Metro! The perfect package at the perfect price, just in time for the holidays. The sun lights up this home with huge picture windows. 3BR/2FB, renovated kitchen w granite/stainless steel and updated […]
2015 artwork by Jing Jing Tsong from the Big Island, Hawaii From a press release: “The National Cherry Blossom Festival, Kenichiro Sasae, Ambassador of Japan, Gregory A. O’Dell, president and chief executive officer of Events DC, sponsors, and stakeholders joined Wednesday evening for a preview for the 2015 National Cherry Blossom Festival (March 20-April 12). […]
Rendering courtesy DCPL UPDATE: DCPL notes: “The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library may include the construction of additional space for complementary non-library using a public-private partnership.” MLK Renovation Library Building Program October 2014 Last we heard back in February Martinez + Johnson and Mecanoo Architecture Selected to Renovate MLK Library – No Decision yet […]
705 6th Street, NW Sometimes I feel like people are just messing with me… From a press release: “Daikaya, the popular izakaya & ramen shop, owned by Partners Daisuke Utagawa, Yama Jewayni and Executive Chef/Partner Katsuya Fukushima, is excited to recognize Godzilla’s officialbirthday on November 3rd. The restaurant will be featuring Godzilla-inspired dishes and three […]