BACA invites you to beautify your yard and be a part of Flower Power, our annual neighborhood garden walk and reception.
During the WALK, you will view some of the best gardens in our area, as well as the unique styles and architecture of our homes. We invite you VOTE on your favorite front yards, back yards, and tree boxes for each street. Awards will be provided to the winners. After the walk, there will be a garden RECEPTION to catch up with old friends and neighbors and meet new ones.
Start: June 15, 2013 3:00 pm
End: June 15, 2013 8:00 pm
Venue: Florida Avenue Park between 1st St and 2nd St NW
@DCPoliceDept tweets around 12:50pm: “Shooting Investigation/3800 blk of Georgia Ave NW/LOF a B/M, wearing all black clothing, carrying a black backpack & armed with a handgun” Ed. Note: This is getting ridiculous.
This unit is located at 2142 O Street, Northwest. The listing says: “NEW 2 BR/2.5 BA in Dupont Circle nestled on quiet and historic O St. Corner home with west exposure, 5″ Arctic Oak HW flrs, Bertazzoni Pro Series range, two tone cabinets, quartz counters, Grohe/Kohler fixtures, glass backsplash. 10 Ft Ceilings w/ LED recessed […]
From DC Water: “During the investigation of potential contamination in a portion of DC Water’s drinking water system, DC Water deployed a mobile water dispensing unit near the impact area in NW Washington, DC. The unit is located on O Street between 6th and 7th Streets NW. Water will be available for customers affected by […]
Photo courtesy ThinkFoodGroup From an email: “Opening February José Andrés’ ThinkFoodGroup will debut a new vegetable-focused fast casual restaurant brand, called Beefsteak, with the opening on the George Washington University Campus in Washington, DC (at the new Engineering Hall on the corner of 22nd & I Street, NW). To fuel busy lifestyles and feed the […]
Streets of Washington, written by John DeFerrari, covers some of DC’s most interesting buildings and history. John is the author of Historic Restaurants of Washington, D.C.: Capital Eats, published by the History Press, Inc. and also the author of Lost Washington DC. The Prohibition era in Washington saw the rise of speakeasys and glitzy nightclubs, […]