Welcome to the second edition of PoPtrekker. In case you missed it, you can see Vol. 1 here. Vol. 2 features Georgia Avenue from the Petworth Metro down to Florida Avenue. The idea for this video resulted from the numerous conversations I’ve had with folks who are terrified of Georgia Ave. I wanted to show that Georgia Avenue is a street like any other (during the day) and there are many spots well worth checking out. I look a bit chewed up in the beginning of the video, so allow me to explain. We filmed this edition after a two night visit to the 9:30 club from one of my favorite bands, the Drive by Truckers. Suffice it to say, I properly represented…I’d like to apologize to the deaf community because I was unable to get a transcript of the video. Does anyone know of any non profits that do transcripts for free? This remains a joint Prince of Petworth/Intangible Arts production.If you have a suggestion for a future PoPtrekker please email me directly.
2622 P Street, NW The After Peacock Room only opened in April but closed in June: In the interim they’ve also posted a placard for a liquor license. Hours are listed at Sunday through Saturday: 10am – 10pm. Though their website says: “AFTER PEACOCK ROOM is a fine dining cafe located in Georgetown, Washington DC. […]
I loved the use of the space of the lot where that house collapsed way back in the day on Quincy Street. Sad update:
Great one from Truxton Circle: “I wish there were a cucumber currency” If you have a great haul, beautiful tomato or something like that, send an email and a couple photos to princeofpetworth(at)gmail with your neighborhood and garden haul in the subject line and I’ll pick a few winners a week (free PoPville t-shirt or […]
“Taken in the town of Goreme in the Cappadocia region of Turkey.” Very cool.
Thanks to a reader for sending: “Rolling Rock bike seen on M and 20th NW”. Nice.