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1648 North Capitol Street, NW at R Street

From an email:

“As you covered on the site, the Pub & The People was broken into earlier this week, likely by a radical faction of the teetotaller party, and had most of their tools stolen, which could considerably delay their opening. The folks behind the Pub have been furiously welding, carpentering, tiling, and building this bar with their bare hands in an effort to open it’s doors to the citizens of DC. Making matters worse, due to the bar’s status as an “active construction site,” it was unable to have the stolen property reimbursed by insurance. So we think the fastest, most effective way to get the boys back to work would be to raise funds to get rudimentary tools so P&P can open on time. We’ve set up a Booster account to help the Pub get back on track, and would appreciate any help in achieving our goal of raising $3,000.”

Ed. Note: They’re over half way towards their goal – nice!

pub_and_people_bloomingdale
1648 North Capitol Street, NW at R Street

From an email:

The Pub and the People was broken into sometime between 11pm last night and 8am this morning. Most of our tools were stolen which is going to slow our opening down considerably. We are asking anyone who may have seen something to contact Officer Melissa Maroney case # 037089 at 202.698.0150

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116 Rhode Island Ave, NW

Let me take this opportunity to again thank all who’ve donated to my page. We’ve reached $800 and I’d love to make it an even $1000 if possible so please consider adding your donation too! And remember I’ll be bringing limited edition PoPville shirts to give away to those who give $20 or more (while supplies last.) I can’t thank you guys enough! And of course come to party on Sunday!!

From DC United:

“D.C. United has teamed with Boundary Stone Public House and the St. Baldrick’s Foundation to host the Third Annual Head Shaving Event to help raise money for childhood cancer research. On SUNDAY, March 15, at 3 p.m., volunteers will gather at Boundary Stone Public House and have their heads shaved as a sign of support for St. Baldrick’s and youth affected by cancer.

With an aim of assisting Boundary Stone Public House raise $15,000 in cancer research funds, D.C. United’s Perry Kitchen will shave his head at the event while Head Coach Ben Olsen and United players Andrew Dykstra and Conor Doyle serve as guest barbers and bartenders.

In addition to the head shaving event, individuals can donate directly, with D.C. United matching those donations in an effort to continue fighting childhood cancer.

D.C. United and Boundary Stone Public House encourage all of those interested to attend on Sunday and participate, whether it be having their head shaved, donating, volunteering, or coming simply to show support. Boundary Stone Public House is located at: 116 Rhode Island Ave NW”

1st and t st nw David f. And jaddams

Props to David F and jaddams who sculpted this, er uh, sculpture in Bloomingdale. It looks huge and must’ve taken quite an effort to build – so I’m gonna call it a bird and say well done! Although, maybe it’s a garden gnome?

From MPD:

“First Degree Burglary
2100 – 2199 BLOCK OF 1ST STREET NW
03/03/2015 10:14

The Complainant reports as she walking home, she observed an unknown male following her. As she entered her basement apartment she locked her doors behind her. Shortly thereafter she heard a crashing noise and went to investigate and found the unknown male standing in her apartment. Without provocation the unknown male grabbed at her and asked her for money. As the Complainant screamed to occupants upstairs, she was struck about the face with a wooden object and kicked about the body. Hearing the commotion, the occupants in the above apartment decended into the basement apartment, causing the unknown male to exit the apartment without obtaining anything. An area canvass by MPD was conducted without success. Look-out for a Black Male, dark complexioned, 5’8 in height, wearing a green coat, blue jeans, red hats and carrying a wooden stick.

Anyone with information in connection to this offense can anonymously call 202) 727-9099.”

1839 1st Street Northwest

This unit is located at 1839 1st Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Renovated Penthouse in Bloomingdale! Light throughout. Open living area with gas fireplace, hdwd floors in all rooms. open kitchen with skylight w/ SS .Huge master and west-facing bay windows and en suite bath. 2BR has desk nook and dual access full bath. Private balcony. Across street are Red Hen/District Yoga. 4 huge closets+storage room.W/D in unit. Blocks to shaw metro. Pets ok LOW CONDO FEE”

You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $469,000 ($257 monthly fee.)

51 R Street Northwest

This house is located at 51 R Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Victorian townhouse in a fantastic location, ready to move in but could use a little TLC. Finished basement with a kitchen and full bathroom, front and rear entrance. Nice deep lot with plenty of room for 2-3 cars in the back. Offers due March 3rd at 5 PM.”

You can see more photos here.

This 3 bed/2.5 bath is going for $639,000.

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“Dear PoPville,

I have been trying unsuccessfully to get a piece of machinery removed from my street for a few weeks. This is on 100 block of V Street, NW in Bloomingdale, a street that already has half of its parking gobbled up by the water project. The machine is from a contractor that is renovating a house, it’s not part of the water project. I’m not quite sure how this machine is helpful in a home renovation to begin with, but I have seen the contractors move it in the morning so they can park their cars directly in front of the building they’re working on. I don’t think they’ve even been working on the house for the last week or two. There are and never have been “no parking” permits posted.”

Update: DPW tells OP that DCRA handles construction equipment that park without permits because this backhoe has no tag nor a vin number.”

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Photo by PoPville flickr user KJinDC

From MPD:

“On Friday, February 20, 2015, detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department’s Fifth District arrested a juvenile male, of Northwest, Washington, DC, charging him with a series of Burglaries in Washington, DC. The juvenile male is being charged with one count of Burglary One and ten counts of Burglary Two in the following offenses:

Wednesday, June 11, 2014, 1800 block of L Street, NE. (CCN 14-084-191)

Wednesday, January 21, 2015, 1200 block of Kirby Street, NW (CCN 15-010-303)

Between Monday, January 26, 2015 and Tuesday, January 27, 2015, 2000 block of Maryland Avenue, NE (CCN 15-013-364)

Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 1400 block of New Jersey Avenue, NW (CCN 15-013 -816)

Wednesday, January 28, 2015, 1400 block of New Jersey Avenue, NW (CCN 15-013 -893)

Monday, February 2, 2015, Unit block of Randolph Street, NW (CCN 15-016-522)

Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 200 block of Morgan Street, NW (CCN 15-016-748)

Tuesday, February 3, 2015, Unit block of U Street, NW (CCN 15-016-949)

Tuesday, February 3, 2015, Unit block of Rhode Island Avenue, NW (CCN 15-017-065)

Thursday, February 12, 2015, Unit block of R Street, NW (CCN 15-021-522)

Wednesday, February 18, 2015 Unit block of S Street, NW (CCN 15-024-059)”