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This house is located at 1516 Kingman Place, Northwest. The listing says:

“After 1+yr of renov. this 3BR/3.5BA Logan rowhouse has been transformed into a chic, architectural work of art thats nearly twice its orig. size (approx. 2800 SF). Highlights inc European Oak floor thru main & upper lvl w/16ft planks in the Kit & Fam Rm, custom millwork, a glass & steel Nanawall system separating Kit from large deck & MBR ste w/spa bath & dressing rm. 2 car prkg. OPEN SAT/SUN 1-4!”

1516 Kingman Place Northwest

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This 3 bed/3.5 bath is going for $1,895,000.

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GDon

This unit is located at 1245 13th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Highly desireable condo/rowhouse private entrance to unit on 13th St NW at the corner of N. 2 story condo with 2 bedrooms 2 full baths just every commuters dream. 1 1/2 blocks from Logan Circle super close to Metro. First Open House on Sunday Feb 7th from 12 to 3 pm. Not to be missed!”

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This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $495,000 ($744 monthly fee.)

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Photo by Daniel Swartz courtesy Black Jack

From a press release:

“Black Jack will mark Mardi Gras with four days of festivities beginning on Saturday, February 6 culminating in a festive, New Orleans-style celebration on Tuesday, February 9. Guests will be made to feel as if they’re on Bourbon Street as the space will be transformed with elaborate carnival decorations, transporting patrons to the French Quarter, and the regular food and drink menu will change for the four-day period featuring Cajun-style classics. A funk band will perform on opening day and will close out the festivities on Mardi Gras. (more…)

1414 15th Street Northwest

This rental is located at 1414 15th Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Welcome to Logan Circle. 1415 15th St NW #3 is a classic condo in the heart of DC. This unit features 10 ft ceilings, turn of the century hardwood floors, dining cove, tall windows, full kitchen, two fireplaces, two large walk-in/storage closets, WD in unit, and the warmth of a house to call home.”

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This 1 bed/1.5 bath is going for $2,800/Mo.

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Photo by PoPville flickr user Beau Finley

From an email:

UPDATE TO ADVISORY:
Pony Pop Up on 14th Street!
Horse-Around Sunday with Constellation Theatre’s Pony Pop Up
In promotion of the upcoming performance of Equus
Sunday, January 17, 2016

UPDATE: Big D’s Pony Rides will be replacing Peppermint Pony as the pony vendor. They will be bringing 2 ponies instead of a pony and a miniature horse. In addition, their sister company, Dream Shire Carriage, coincidentally will be offering carriage rides starting at 12:30pm in front of the Williard Hotel, so make it a horse-themed day.

The Pony Pop Up, happening on the sidewalk in front of the 1835 14th Street, NW, will take place between 12pm and 3pm.

January 17th, 2016 12pm – 3pm
The sidewalk in front of Constellation Theatre (Source)
1835 14th Street, NW Washington, DC 20009″

radiator

From a press release:

“A new culinary-focused cocktail bar and neighborhood gathering place, Radiator (www.radiatordc.com), will open off of the 14th Street corridor in Spring 2016, adjacent to the new Mason & Rook Hotel at 1430 Rhode Island Ave NW. A classic cocktail bar, Radiator’s drinks selection will focus on a carefully curated range of whiskeys and off-the-beaten path spirits, lovingly crafted classics, and a discerning selection of local beers and wines. The kitchen, led by Chef Jonathan Dearden, formerly of Ardeo + Bardeo, will complement the beverage program with soulful, rustic dishes that span snacks, sharable plates and large-format signature items. Classic bar service will be a Radiator calling card, with the bar trading modernist smoke and mirrors for perfectly executed classics and barkeeps who know your drink after your first visit. (more…)

Pony Pic
Photo courtesy Peppermint Pony

From a press release:

Constellation Theatre, “A must see destination,” according to the Washington Post, will be hosting a Pony Pop Up this Sunday, January 17.

The Pony Pop Up, happening on the sidewalk in front of the building [1835 14th Street, NW], will take place between 12pm and 3pm, where passersby will get a chance to pet and feed a pony and a miniature horse. The event is presented in partnership with Peppermint Pony and is a promotional event for Constellation Theatre’s upcoming performance of the play, Equus, running January 13 to February 14th at SOURCE (tickets available for $20-$45 at http://www.constellationtheatre.org/equus.html). (more…)