I really like how this edition is modern yet doesn’t stick out from the classic building. This is the Capital City Public Charter School located at 15th and Irving. Incidentally, I think this may be the most multicultural school I’ve ever seen. One day I say the students let out and they were black, white, hispanic, asian, it was a beautiful sight. Anyway, what do you think of the extension?
Photo by PoPville flickr user ianseanlivingston Have a great weekend!
Thanks to a reader for sending from Dupont.
From an email: “On Saturday from 12-2 we will be doing a pumpkin painting at Brookland Pint (716 Monroe St, NE)! While supplies last, we will be handing out pumpkins and supplying paint for the kids to decorate! This is the start point for the annual “Boo-land Halloween Parade” which will have the kids heading […]
827 Upshur Street, NW Upshur Street Books, “first stand-alone, independent bookstore selling new books to open in in DC in 20 years” grand opening is November 1st! A peek inside:
While it made for a great caption contest – DCBOEE’s apology is pretty funny with this giant right side up flag superimposed on top of the apology: DCBOEE_Apology_flag (PDF)