From MPD:

“The Metropolitan Police Department has announced that on Wednesday, February 25, 2015, an arrest was made in connection to two carjackings which occurred throughout the District of Columbia.

On Wednesday, February 25, 2015 at approximately 1:40 p.m. officers from the Second District received a call for two armed carjackings in progress. The first carjacking occurred in the 3100 block of P Street, NW. The second carjacking was in close proximity and occurred in the 2600 block of P, Street, NW. In both carjackings a suspect approached an operator of a vehicle, and demanded the keys while displaying a gun. The victim in the 3100 block of P Street, NW was able to drive off. The victim in the 2600 block of P Street, NW complied and the suspect drove away in the victim’s vehicle.

Members of the United States Park Police then observed the vehicle and attempted to conduct a traffic stop. The suspects fled at a high rate of speed. Park Police Officers continued to follow the suspect. The suspect exited the vehicle and fled on foot. After a brief foot pursuit the suspect was apprehended by members of the U.S. Park Police. After further investigation by MPDC detectives, 21 year-old Ronald E. Johnson, of Northwest, D.C was arrested and charged with two counts of Armed Carjacking and one count of Assault with a Deadly Weapon.”

1332 Wisconsin Ave, NW

Papa Beard’s website says:

“Known as the baker of the “World’s Best Cream Puffs,” Beard Papa’s has been a household name since 1999 when we opened the first cream puff shop in Osaka, Japan pumping out this unique French choux dough puffs to happy people everywhere. Since that time, our mission has remained unchanged – to pursue uncompromising quality in everything we do. By remaining steadfast in our quality commitment, Beard Papa’s has spawned a devout following of loyalists who will attest that once you taste our cream puffs, you will agree, they are like no other.”

You can see their products here. Coming to DC this Spring.

Also interesting to note this space is another froyo casualty…


Photo courtesy Gypsy Sally’s

From a press release:

“All Good Presents is teaming up with the Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival for an evening of local bluegrass and to celebrate the announcement of the official Festival Music Line Up. The 6th Annual Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival will be happening Saturday, April 25th, 2015 and we want to celebrate our line up announcement with you!

The Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival is DC’s premiere outdoor music experience. This signature music festival highlights DC’s local bluegrass, folk and Americana traditions and engages the community with the revitalization of Kingman Island and the Anacostia River. Located on the Anacostia River near the RFK Stadium and managed by Living Classrooms Foundation, Kingman Island is a recreational area for people of all ages to learn about the natural environment in Washington, DC.

Saturday February 21
Doors 8pm Show begins at 9:00pm
Gypsy Sallys 3401 K St NW Washington DC 20007

Tickets $15 in advance $17 Day of.

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From Rasmus Auctions:

“We are selling everything from Rhino bar from the flat screen TV’s to the kitchen and everything in between including the original signs from Rhino’s predecessors The Shamrock and Winstons, a giant Rhino head, a signed Caps jersey, a ton of sports memorabilia and so much more. Here is the link to the auction.

People can come check out the stuff on Thursday, February 26th from 12-4 p.m. at Rhino. The auction begins to close Friday, February 27th at 1:07 p.m.


1035 31st Street, NW

Fear not for the Hilton brothers – Chez Billy Sud expanding in Georgetown. Sounds pretty sweet too – the addition next door (across from the patio) will have a wine bar and a capacity of about 100. In addition to wine there will be sweet and savory crepes, charcuterie and a “sizable cocktail list”. It’s a place where you can “relax before or after dinner in the dining room” according to co-owner Ian Hilton. If all goes well it should open in early Fall.

1039 31st Street, NW