This rental is located at 116 12th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Beautiful 1BR/1BA English Basement Style Condo Minutes to Capitol Hill, NATS stadium, and METRO. Large living room with beautifully exposed brick walls. Kitchen with upgraded appliances, counter-tops, and plenty of cabinet space. Large bedroom, with great natural light. Washer and dryer inside of the unit.”
This house is located at 612 3rd Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“UNIQUE HILL COMPOUND – Carriage House B&B w/ Monumental Views includes 2 Beautiful Buildings Combined for over 5700+ sf of Luxurious Living Space connected by 1000 sf Garden Courtyard! Custom-built 4-Level Carriage House+2-Level Brick Home offers 7BR/7BA/2HB, Gourmet Kitchen w/ Amazing Proportions, Custom Bar+Pantry, Porches, Pergola-covered Stone & Brick Patio and Gated Parking, MORE! Open SUN!”
“There are few traditions finer than summertime grilling and this summer Mr. Henry’s is breaking out the grill again for a Wednesday Biergarten with Chef Thomas, mastermind behind our Jazz Dinner menu, manning the grill. Offerings will include classic German wursts by Binkert’s of Baltimore such as Bratwurst, Knockwurst, Weisswurst, and Debreziner Wurst as well as soft pretzels and sauerkraut. Chef Thomas will also have with him the Big Red Beer Tub, containing Schöfferhofer Grapefruite Hefeweizen and Warsteiner Dunkel and Pilsner. The grill will be fired up every Wednesday at 5PM, weather permitting, and its offerings will be available both inside and outside.”
“The United States Botanic Garden is pleased to announce their popular American Roots Music Concert Series will be returning for 2016. The summer concert series, which the USBG first offered in 2015, celebrates American roots music – Americana and folk, country, blues, jazz, and even zydeco.
Concerts June through August will be held outdoors on the USBG Conservatory Terrace to enjoy the USBG’s summer garden exhibit Flourish Inside and Out (rain location inside the Conservatory in the Garden Court). September and October concerts will move indoors into the Conservatory’s Garden Court. All concerts are free of charge. Provided seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis or bring your own blanket or chair.
406 8th Street, SE, formerly The Old Siam, via Nana Thai’s facebook
I was dining at one of my favorite Thai restaurants the other day, Nana Thai on Barracks Row, when the very nice owner let me know that the place will be closing forever at the end of the month. All I know is that their recently-added Isan menu is incredibly tasty and I’ll be missing it. I encourage locals who enjoy the restaurant to patronize it this week as it’ll be the final opportunity to do so.”
“Isan, the northeast region of Thailand, represents about 30% of Thailand’s population but punches well above its weight when it comes to its dominance in Thai cuisine. Although Isan food is less common outside of Thailand, inside the country it can be found everywhere, from street food vendors in Chiang Mai to high end restaurants in Bangkok.
What makes Isan food different? There are a few flavors and ingredients that seem to predominate: chili peppers, lime, peanuts, dried shrimp, fresh fruits and vegetables, sticky rice, cilantro, mint and other fresh herbs. Though flavor layers are very complex, food preparation is often quite simple, and instead of curries that have simmered for hours, fresh, brightly-flavored savory salads form the backbone of Isan cuisine as we know it. Simple marinated grilled or fried meats and sticky rice are often accompanied by one of the region’s many “tums,” or salads.
Some famous Isan dishes include the spicy salad (“SOMTUM”), the grilled chicken (“KAI YANG”), the sticky rice (“KHAO NIAW”), the grilled pork or beef salad (“NAM TOK”).”
This rental is located at 1352 C Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“Meticulously maintained Condo in Capitol Hill, Kitchen includes New Granite Counters, Cherry Cabinets & Ceramic Tiled Floors, Unit has a Front as well as Rear Entry w/Private Yard, Just steps to Parking Spot, Ample Off Street Parking, Minutes to Grocery Store & Metro PLEASE CALL BEFORE SHOWING Minimum Lease Term is 2 Years**”
This rental is located at 720 13th Street, Southeast. The listing says:
“Super Cute! PARKING INCL 1 block METRO and 1 block Harris Teeter. 1 block from Fragers Hardware store, 5 blocks to EIGHTH Street with tons of restaurants and bars. Washer Dryer. Pets case by case. Tenant pays low electric bill. Landlord responsive. Hurry before its gone! Skylight in bedroom upstairs. Bathroom down. Entrance to this unit is located at the YELLOW door in back of building.”
“Folger Shakespeare Library will host the CrossTalk DC Kick-Off Forum on Sunday, May 15. CrossTalk DC is a community engagement initiative to bring disparate publics together to think about race and religion thoughtfully and deeply, through the lens of literature and history. More than 14 CrossTalk DC conversations and forums will happen across the District between May and October. (more…)
This rental is located at 2 Browns Court, Southeast. The listing says:
“Incredibly adorable 2 bedroom, 1 bath on historic Browns Court. Living room/dining room with fireplace and kitchen on 1st floor. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath on upper level. Wonderful rear patio. Wood floors. New windows just installed. Radiator heat and window air conditioners. Available July 1st. Street parking. Close to transportation, shopping and restaurants.”