“The construction on Columbia Road in Adams Morgan has been starting at about 6:30am each morning–jack hammering, bulldozering, etc. Adams Morgan clearly has strict noise regulations since the new hotel will not be allowed to have a public rooftop, but what are the effects of the regulations on early morning construction noise? Are there DC regulations about what time noisy construction can begin?”
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It’s a comedy holiday party for your entire squad! The holiday gang is going to be there for a night of seasonal entertainment, including:
– Stand Up
– A holiday culinary demonstration
– A panel discussion on the virtues of Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Christmas
– An ugly sweater contest
– And a real live Santa giving out real gifts. No foolin!
Plus, we’ll be collecting donations for Thrive DC’s Coat Drive for the Homeless! Brought to you by Laugh Owens Laugh. What more could you ask for?!
Dr. Clock’s Nowhere Bar
2226 18th St NW, Second floor”
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“The 12 (Or More) Beers of Christmas at The Black Squirrel, Friday, Dec. 9th
Starting at 5:00 p.m.
On the ninth day of December, your true love sent to you: five Christmas Ales, four winter warmers, nine ladies dancing, and one Black Squirrel. It is that time of year again — time to shout to the skies and have a glass, or three, of holiday cheer at The Black Squirrel on Friday and Saturday (December 9th and 10th).
Some of this season’s Christmas beers are: (more…)
A little over a week ago I shared the great news that the former Döner Bistro space (previously Shawarma King) would become a BBQ spot from the original pit master at the original DCity Smokehouse. Now we know the name – Federalist Pig – Que 4 the People.
Adams Morgan spent the thanksgiving holiday thinking of what they are thankful for…then created a way for the community to share their thoughts. The kiosk at 18th and Columbia, NW is now covered in blackboard and ready to go. Chalk provided. Here is what the first person wrote.”
located upstairs above the old Mixtec space at 1794 Columbia Road, NW
I was going to book some classes at Bits of Thread, a sewing shop in AdMo that offers great how-to classes, as Christmas gifts but it looks like they’re going under. I’m so bummed! Wishing the best for the owner and all the staff.
“In a creative business like this where overhead is high and margins are low, going through such a slowdown pushed things underwater very quickly. I tried as much as I could to keep things afloat for the sake of our students and the creative community in DC, but unfortunately these efforts were not enough and it is time to let go. Our last day of classes will be December 17th, 2016.”
1770 Columbia Road, second floor
But nearby… “Bristle Hairdressing, opened in August 2016”