Welcome to the third edition of PoPtrekker. In case you missed it, you can see Vol. 2 here. This week I visited Anacostia. I’d like to thank Jacqueline who filmed and edited this volume. (Ed. Note: Intangible Arts will be back to film and edit Vol. 4 so don’t hesitate to email me your suggestions for future PoPtrekkers.) I’d also like to thank David from the blog And Now, Anacostia who created a map for me as I had never been to Anacostia before. Good times.
1216 18th Street, NW at the corner of Jefferson just off Connecticut Ave Finally an opening date for the former Guitar Shop space located right about Dupont’s Shake Shack. We previously learned it would be an: “Upscale tavern serving European sausages, hotdogs, pretzels and popcorns featuring DJ and background music. No designated dance floor – […]
Actually no cats, dogs or ducks. But I find it particularly egregious when folks bring their ducks to dine while I’m trying to have a peaceful meal. From Columbia Heights.
Are bikeshare bikes so hard to get that folks have resorted to doing this? It’s like paying to put a car2go in a garage…
From 5th and F St, NW in Chinatown.
Awesome row house from Capitol Hill with a sweet transom: And the original(?) leaded glass in the bay window: