“Women’s History Month Bingo
Thursday, March 26, 2015, 4 p.m.
4200 Kansas Ave. NW

March is Women’s History Month. Be it thought-provoking, challenging or inspirational, there are many women who have contributed to history in unique ways.

Join us as we learn more about these colorful characters through a fun and interactive game of bingo – it’s still learning about history but just a little bit more fun!

For ages 7 and older.”

Georgia and Upshur St, NW

3628 Georgia Ave, NW

From an email:

“On March 17th DC Reynolds turned 3! In dog years we can now drink so we’re throwing a party with our friends from DC Brau. This Saturday our 3 year anniversary party will feature the Brau Truck on our patio pouring the following.

Cimmerian Schwarzbier (5.3)
Public American Pale Ale (6.0)
Citizen Belgian Pale Ale (7.0)
Corruption American IPA (6.5)
El Hefe Hefeweizen (5.3)
Smells Like Freedom Dank IPA (7.0)
We will also be releasing our Old Forester single barrel aged On The Wings of Armageddon Double IPA (9.2)

Party starts at 4pm bring a coat because evidently winter isn’t over yet. #BOGO (excluding OTWOA) goes from 5-9pm.”

816 Delafield Place Nw living

This rental is located at 816 Delafield Place, NW. The listing says:

“Petworth – Brand new 1 BR apt, utilities/cable/internet included

We are renting out an attached one-bedroom basement apartment in our newly constructed row-house in Petworth. Completely remodeled, separate and private front and back door entrances. Includes all utilities and cable/wireless.

– Spacious 700 sq feet one-bedroom with great closet space
– Two private entrances
– Full open kitchen with marble counter tops and all brand new top-of-the-line appliances: dishwasher, microwave, electric stove, full size fridge
– Recessed lighting
– Full size washer/dryer in unit
– FIOS cable & wireless Internet (over 140 channels)
– Central AC and heat
– Quiet side street with regularly available parking”

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,695/Mo.

(REYNALDO LEAL/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)

Prince Charles and his wife Camilla are officially the greatest. If you liked yesterday’s photos of the royal visit – these will blow you away. Thanks to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs for allowing us to use these great photos from yesterday’s royal visit to Petworth:

“Britain’s Prince Charles and his wife Camilla, the Duchess of Cornwall, visit the Armed Forces Retirement Home in Washington, D.C. (REYNALDO LEAL/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)”

(REYNALDO LEAL/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)

(REYNALDO LEAL/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)

(REYNALDO LEAL/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)

(REYNALDO LEAL/U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs)


From an email:

Upshur Street Books…………827 Upshur St., NW

Linda Crichlow White and Lois Cooper, both long-time residents of Petworth and graduates of good old Roosevelt will speak at the new Upshur Street Book Store on Sunday, March 22 at 4:30pm. Lois is the creator of “The Pride of Petworth” documentary. Linda, with her mother, is the author of Back, There, Then, a historical, genealogical memoir that includes memories of Petworth. Linda’s parents purchased their Petworth home in 1950.
Come and connect with us and with Petworth!

Bibliophile and Upshur Street Bookstore Manager, Anna Thorn will moderate the discussion.”