This house is located at 3245 N Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Award winning modern Georgetown townhouse with an open floor plan. The incredible renovation features smart glass, geo-thermal heating and cooling, Bulthaup kitchen, Boffi bathroom fixtures, Nanawall doors opening to saline swimming pool, glass elevator and built-in architectural antiques. Separate garage with parking for three cars and a fourth parking place.”
“Club Monaco is an international retail brand that designs and creates modern yet timeless clothing and accessories for women and men. Since its first store opened in Toronto in 1985, Club Monaco has been recognized by fashion influencers for its thoughtfully designed, purposeful collections featuring relevant, wearable pieces, fine fabrics and exceptional fits. Headquartered in New York City’s Chelsea Gallery district, Club Monaco can be found worldwide with stores in the United States, London, Sweden, Canada, Hong Kong, Seoul, Beijing, and Macau.”
3295 M Street, NW (a href=”http://www.popville.com/2015/02/rhino-bar-georgetown/” target=”_Blank”>RIP Rhino Bar)
Ed. Note: Relax it’s Friday and this is pretty funny.
From Crumbs & Whiskers:
“It’s time for Cat Yoga.
Here’s everything you need to know about the event:
What: 75 minutes of yoga with cats, and 30 minutes of cool down with…cats.
When: Tuesday, September 22 @ 2:30 PM and 4:30 PM.
Where: Crumbs & Whiskers – 3211 O St NW, Washington DC 20007
Other Info: Bring your own mat, but be warned that cats will probably interpret them to be colorful, exciting scratchers.
Why: Because everything is better with cats.
“The past two months have been incredible. With your help, we have fostered over 40 cats, adopted 23 cats, and put smiles on the faces of thousands of people. Cheers to that!
But, we have also learned a lot about how we can improve. We have spent the past two months listening very carefully to everything you’ve had to say, and it’s now time for us to make some changes. So here they are:
Max Number of People: We are reducing the number of people we allow in the café at once by nearly half to eliminate overcrowding. That being said, please remember that weekends and some weeknights will still feel busy because they are our peak hours. If you would like to visit us during slow hours, we recommend weekday mornings/afternoons and late evenings.
Café Experience: We are eliminating the previous food ordering system, and are instead including complimentary coffee and tea (self serve) with your cover charge. We will also feature macarons and other treats from a neighborhood bakery for those of you with a sweet tooth. No more waiting around for orders to arrive.
Cover Charge: Starting today, August 29, our cover charge will be $15 per reservation. This charge will include complimentary coffee and tea. Due to the significant reduction in our capacity, we have no choice but to implement a small increase in our cover. We hope you’ll understand.
Seating Options: We have added additional seating options in the cat café – there are more chairs and benches for those of you who are not stoked about floor seating.
We are making lots of smaller changes as well, but these are the big ones we want you to know about. We really want you to have an amazing time at the cat café. Email us ([email protected]) if you visited Crumbs & Whiskers when we opened and did not have good time. We have some ideas on how to make it up to you.
PS. We just discovered that a lot of you really like yoga. And cats (obviously.) You know what’s coming next…”
“A restaurant that offers seasonal, plant-based tacos in a stylish, fast, casual setting. Vegetarian combinations are served in freshly pressed and grilled handmade corn tortillas.
Total Seats: 20. Total Occupancy Load: 49.”
looking east towards Wisconsin Ave between Pinstripes and Patagonia
This concert is to celebrate and support our good friend, Dean Adams, who is being faced with serious health issues. 100% of all proceeds from ticket sales after basic expenses go directly to Dean to help cover his health care expenses and to support him as he walks through this season of his life. Dean’s own words about this special night: “I would love to celebrate all the great talent, entertainment, fun and friends this musical community I call family has brought us all and especially me.” Come on out!”
“I volunteer with the DC committee of a group called Water For People, our upcoming event will support drinking water and sanitation projects around the world. WFP as a national nonprofit has received stellar ratings in financial management from Charity Navigator 10 years running, and we partner with local governments, citizens, and local businesses to fund these projects.
We’re having a Canoe/Kayak event on Saturday, August 22 to benefit Water For People and the Washington Canoe Club. It’s a lot of fun–your ticket includes paddling in a canoe or kayak, food (straight from the grill), beer, and some great live entertainment, with the return of Aztec Sun.
You can get your tickets on Eventbrite here! There are a limited number of full (boat, food, drink, and music) tickets available. We also have limited (music + food/drink) and children’s tickets available.”
Yesterday I took my first walk along the tow path in Georgetown since moving to DC 8 years ago. I’m not sure why I never visited it sooner, but I was impressed with how clean the water looked and was kind of surprised at all the aquatic life I saw enjoying a warm summer day. But then like a screeching record, I spotted this (see attached pics).
There it was … a snakehead just chilling out. I have heard they’re incredibly invasive and can inflict significant damage in the waters where they live. I’m wondering what PoPville readers know about them. Is the canal infested with them? Can anything be done to get rid of them? Or are they just part of the ecosystem now and not anything to worry about?”
“Aren’t those “Frankenfish” in there? Yes, there are Northern Snakehead (Channa argus) in the Tidal Potomac River. The Snakehead is a non-native species to this watershed, but so are Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass (introduced in 1854). Snakeheads are a blast to catch. They will take a well presented fly, fight hard, and make great table fare.
If I catch a Snakehead, what should I do?
There is no legal requirement to kill a Snakehead if you catch one. However, it is illegal to possess one alive. The laws require that you either release the fish or kill it on the spot if you are keeping it. While it is not illegal to release a Snakehead if you choose, the VDGIF, MDDNR, and the USFWS are still asking anglers to kill all Snakeheads caught in an effort to help control the propagation of this species. Please visit their respective websites for more details. If you catch a Snakehead bearing a USFWS tag, you are asked to kill the fish, retain the tag, and call the number on it. You will be asked questions about where it was caught, how it was caught, its size, and its approximate weight. Also, the USFWS may wish to collect the fish. For your efforts, you will be rewarded with a “Snakehead Control” hat, which is a coveted prize among TPFR members.”