“DC Brau Presents:
JIMMY VALENTINE’S TOTAL VICTORY
A special release to commemmorate JV’s 10 year anniversary
this is a crisp, smooth & easy pale weizenbock w/ light fruit flavors (think of it like a strong hefeweissen). Soft pear & hints of banana emerge as it warms but it remains a deadly-fast drinker for the 7.8% ABV. Tallboys of this limited release are available now at JV’s (1103 Bladensburg Rd, NE) & Miss Whiskey’s (1104 H St NE), & will hit the rest of DC next week for as long as it lasts.
Our good friends at DC BRAU were incredibly kind to make this for us
ALL HAIL BROTHERS BRAU!
Here’s their back story and description for the beer: (more…)
“$900 / 1br – Cozy apartment with a glamorous touch!
With a heart for hospitality, but I have been in DC for the last 5 years so I know a thing or two about this great city. I have a passion for travel and so I love to open my doors to fellow travelers, short term and long term renters.
This place is close to H Street (one of the hottest streets in the city) NoMa-Gallaudet U metro, Gallaudet University, Atlas Brewery, Bardo Brewery, about 2 miles from the national mall .
This house is located at 1515 Neal Street, NE. The MRIS listing says:
“Immaculate bright row home less than 2 blocks to H ST NE. Total renovation in 2015 featuring hardwood floors throughout, custom waterfall marble counter top, Viking gas cooktop, back deck overlooking huge grassy yard and over-sized garage with automatic door. Fully finished basement in-law suite with kitchen and separate rear entrance. New roof, systems and appliances.”
“Fifth District patrol units and detectives are investigating an Assault while Armed Pellet gun in which the Assailant shot victim. The offense occurred on May 4, 2017, at approximately 10:00 AM West Virginia avenue and Oates Street. The subject is described as Black Male, 18-25 years of age, wearing a wool hat, tan pants, dark shirt. Victim Transported to local hospital in stable condition. Anyone who has information regarding this case should call police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”
Update on that CVS Truck that smashed into a parked car last week:
“CVS contacted the trucking company who employs the driver…he called me Friday night and was going back and forth…apologizing yet trying to minimize blame. claimed the driver didn’t know…but then asked for the video of the driver getting out of the truck after he hit my car. Nay, dragged my car.
Anyway – they have a court date May 4…trying to see how they want to handle this. Still a little shady CVS isn’t taking any blame.”
2 a.m. this past Saturday I woke up to a sound that at first thought was a fight or ruckus outside (I live in Trinidad) – I looked out and saw a CVS tractor trailer going down my street. It was stuck, obviously because a truck that size shouldn’t be trying to go down the street – for any reason. Since it was 2 a.m. and I was in a wedding the next day, I went back to sleep. When I got ready to leave, I looked at my car which, well – you can see the damage. No note, no nothing. I looked on our video camera feed and saw the truck jack-knifed onto our street, the guy get out to look, then try and get unstuck, dragging my car along with it. You can actually see the car move several feet in the video as he drags it. And if I could hear it, he definitely could as well.”
“Two police officers are in stable condition Friday after they were involved in a Thursday night shooting in northeast D.C. that left a suspect dead. Acting D.C. Police Chief Peter Newsham, alongside Mayor Muriel Bowser, told reporters just after midnight that the two uniformed officers who suffered non-life threatening injuries were being treated at area hospitals.”
Thanks to all who sent updates last night and this morning. Further updates when the full MPD report is released.
Full update from MPD:
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s (MPD) Internal Affairs Bureau are investigating an officer-involved shooting that occurred in the 1200 block of Holbrook Street, Northeast, on Thursday, February 23, 2017.
At approximately 10:42 pm, members of the Fifth District Crime Suppression Team were in the area responding to previous sounds of gunshots when they attempted to stop a subject. The subject attempted to flee and ignored multiple commands from the officers to stop. A struggle ensued and there was an exchange of gunfire.
DC Fire and EMS transported the suspect to an area hospital, where he was pronounced dead. The suspect has been identified as 47-year-old Timothy Lionel Williams, of no fixed address.
Two MPD officers sustained non-life-threatening gunshot wounds and were transported to a local hospital in stable condition. One of the officers has currently been released from the hospital, and both are expected to make a successful recovery.
The suspect’s gun was recovered on scene and is pictured below.
No other individuals were injured during this incident. The officers involved were placed on administrative leave, pursuant to MPD policy.
The officers had activated their Body Worn Cameras, and that footage is currently under review.
This case remains under investigation. Anyone with information is asked to contact police at (202) 727-9099.”