2nd floor of 18th and Wyoming Ave, NW


“We’re excited to finally open our doors today! Come by, grab / sample a juice or shaken latte (matcha, turmeric, cold-brew) and soak up the sun on our patio.

*Address: *1800 Wyoming Ave (inside Skynear where the old Sweet Science
Cafe used to be)

*Hours:* M-Fri: 8AM – 7PM (8PM on Fri) + Weekends: 9AM – 6PM

Adams Morgan will be our first residential spot with outdoor seating and we can’t wait to offer some of the first healthy options in the neighborhood.”


From the Adams Morgan BID:

“Adams Morgan Partnership BID office was broken into over the weekend. Our office, along with several other offices in the Festival Center, was broken into over the holiday weekend. We are offering a $1k no-questions-asked reward for the return of the two Dell laptops if they are returned in the condition that they were taken.”

1824 Calvert St, NW. Photo by Daniel McCullough

DC Fire and EMS reported:

“Original call dispatched 9:32 PM. Approx 100 personnel manning 20 units brought fire under control in 20 minutes.”

“Final address for Calvert Street is 1824. 4 displaced residents. Cause remains under investigation. No fire spread to adjacent homes.”

Ed. Note: Thanks to all who tweeted updates and reports to @PoPville and emailed [email protected]


Thanks to a reader for sending this DC Fundraiser for WV Flood:

“Thursday at 6 PM – 9 PM
Smoke & Barrel
2471 18th St NW

Start your 4th of July weekend off by helping out families in NEED!

West Virginia families are seriously devastated by major flooding over the past week. We can’t make it home to help, but we’re determined to do all we can from here and we need you in too.

Please join us and our very special guest the Honorable Nick Rahall this Thursday, downstairs at Smoke and Barrel for great beer and good company.

We will have some great drink specials and we’ll be raffling off some cool prizes, so don’t miss it!

Money raised will be donated to United Way of Central WV. If you can’t be in attendance, please donate on their website.

We’re looking for raffle items so if you’d like to contribute, please reach out to one of the hosts!”

Photo by PoPville flickr user Julia

Ed. Note: If the owner of the scooter wants to talk to OP please email me at [email protected] and I’ll put you in touch.

“Dear PoPville,

Yesterday, watched two guys steal a neighbor’s scooter before sunset and with multiple people around and, in one case, literally walking by.

Watched for over five minutes while giving the 911 dispatcher a play by play as these guys somehow managed to a) free the scooter from a serious chain lock and b) start the scooter and ride off. Not owning a scooter myself I have no idea how either of these things happened.

So to my neighbor on Kalorama Road in Adams Morgan, I’m really sorry. Looked like a nice scooter and wanted you to know I tried to be helpful by calling and staying on the phone with 911. They didn’t dispatch the police until it was too late. To everyone else who owns a scooter, not sure what to say. These guys weren’t deterred by a big chain lock so good luck.”


This unit is located on a “Quiet street in the heart of Adams Morgan.” The listing says:

“Charming top-floor unit in former embassy, flooded w light & a stunning Palladian window. MASSIVE PARKING SPACE! Well-proportioned rooms, central AC, custom wood paneled MBR closet, & updated kitchen. Includes free laundry in the basement & an extra deep separately deeded parking space. Quiet street in the heart of Adams Morgan. Walk score of 97. Walk to metro.”


You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $475,000 ($348 monthly fee.)

Photo by PoPville flickr user KJinDC

Ed. Note: There had been a string of recent burglaries in Adams Morgan/Lanier Heights recently.

From MPD:

“At approximately 12:45 today [Monday], members of the Third District responded to the 1900 block of Calvert Street NW in reference to a reported burglary. A witness provided the officers a lookout for 2 subjects that were seen exiting a residence. After canvassing the area, 2 subjects were located and detained pending investigation. During this time, a second call was received for another burglary in the 1800 block of Calvert Street NW. Through the investigation it was determined that the subjects stopped were in possession of property that had been stolen from the second location. 2 Adult males were placed under arrest for Burglary in the Second Degree.

Third District detectives are working on this case to determine if these subjects are responsible for any of the recent burglaries that have been committed in the PSA 303 area. This arrest would not have been possible without the assistance of the alert witness and the quick response of the officers.”