I love the proper cherry blossom festival and all but I equally love catching trees in bloom around town. This next month to six weeks could be the greatest time to enjoy DC.
Anyone check out the proper festival this weekend?
Photo by PoPville flickr user wolfkann From WMATA: “Metrorail, the nation’s second busiest rapid transit system, grew 10 percent larger today with five new stations and new direct rail service between the Washington region’s two largest employment centers, all as a result of the opening of the Silver Line’s first phase. The new rail line […]
515 15th Street, NW From a press release: “W Washington DC, the closest hotel to the White House announces Pinea, the new restaurant slated to open in September 2014 in the hotel at 515 15th Street NW. Pinea, named for the two-needled pine trees of Southern Europe, the source of pine nuts, will offer contemporary […]
Photos courtesy Nauti Foods From an email: “We had a great first day out on the water, but didn’t go out Sunday due to the predicted storms (which never seemed to materialize). We will be back out on the water next Friday evening (5-8pm) and then Sat/Sun approx 12-8 *weather permitting. (hours & weekly specials […]
Located in the Cornerstone building of Monroe Street Market on Monroe Street, NE between Michigan Ave and 7th With word of more bookstores closing it’s nice to hear of one opening. From an earlier press release from Catholic University: “The store will feature 14,000 square feet of retail space on two levels, a 44-seat Starbucks-branded […]
Lamont and Mt. Pleasant St, NW Thanks to a reader for sending just after 9:30pm Sunday night: “some guy in a minivan came this close to backing into the Marx Cafe in Mt. Pleasant” More photos after the jump.