This house is located at 1753 Harvard Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“This charming 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sits high atop Harvard Hill but is walking distance to the Columbia Heights and Woodley Park metros. Adams Morgan is also steps away. The house is south facing with huge windows in the living room and the master bedroom. Open the windows to hear the roars of lions at the National Zoo… just steps away…Open Sat and Sun 8/23 and 8/24 1-4 PM.”
@MiamiUrbanist tweets us the photo above around 7:00 last night:
“@PoPville Smash & grab robbery in Mt. Pleasant in the last hour.”
Another reader emails us some more details:
“You may have already heard, but there was a robbery in Mt. Pleasant around 7 pm tonight (photo below). They threw a rock through the window of the jewelry store, grabbed some merchandise and apparently ran in the wrong direction, based on my viewpoint from the nail salon next door (I think some locals on the street apprehended one of the perps when they changed direction, but several others got away). Quite a mess. I hope they caught the a-holes who did this – one of the clerks was pretty shaken up.”
“In anticipation of their upcoming album release, DC indie-rock band, Grogan Social Scene is throwing a DIY party. For the event, Grogan Social Scene is collaborating with local artist, LA Johnson, as well as local craft brewer, Kyle Gildea. Johnson will be exhibiting pieces of art inspired by the songs on Grogan Social Scene’s upcoming album, Conceptual Arrangements, while Gildea will offer up several selections of his home-brewed beer in commemorative bottles designed by Johnson. The evening, which has been titled The Lamont Street Collective Summer Bash, takes place on Saturday, June 28th at the Lamont Street Collective (1822 Lamont Street, NW) beginning at 8pm. Opening for Grogan Social Scene is local band, Peyote Pilgrim.
Conceptual Arrangements is Grogan Social Scene’s second full-length album and is set for release in the fall. “We thought this would be a nice opportunity to preview songs from the upcoming album while spotlighting a great local brewer and an amazing artist,” says band founder, Thomas Grogan. Grogan Social Scene is a collective that changes and rotates its lineup on any given night. For this performance, Grogan will be joined by several members who also show up on the album including Erika Seberhagen, a former member of Once Okay Twice, whose violin is now an integral part of the band’s sound.
DC-based artist, LA Johnson, graduated from Savannah College of Art and Design in 2009. She has lectured at George Washington University and Artisphere and has held exhibitions in Washington, DC at The Dunes, Hole in the Sky, Jojo’s and Mid City Café. Most recently she has become the Art Director at The Intentional.
Local Brewer, Kyle Gildea, has crafted several unique beers for the event including, Smokey Whiskey Barrel Stout, Belgian Caramel Wit and an English Brown.
Opening band, Peyote Pilgrim, is an indie-blues band from DC.
Lamont Street Collective, a community space that has been devoted to supporting art, activism, social justice and fun rock shows since 1975, will host the event.”
This rental is located at 1805 Irving Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Furnished 1 yr rental. The best of city living. 3,100 square feet of living space + parking! Classic oversized row house. Perfect for entertaining. Sooo charming. Lovely front porch and private garden. impressive dining room, updated kitchen, cheerful breakfast room, newly renovated full bath. 4 br, 1.5 ba. Close to everything but in quiet and relaxing Mt Pleasant.”
This unit is located at 3420 16th Street, Northwest. The listing says:
“Estate Sale. Sold AS/IS. Sunlight abounds in this spacious condo with high ceilings, wood floors, ample closet space including a walk-in closet, and glass doors leading to TWO separate Balconies! Go up one floor to take in the views on the roof deck! Extra storage unit, laundry and bike room in basement. Pet friendly with low monthly condo fee. Convenient walk to metro & shopping!”
I saw the thread on the wildlife photographer and it reminded me that I’ve been meaning to email about a woman I’ve seen a few times in Mt. Pleasant taking pictures from her car.
Both times I’ve seen her (and once when my husband did) it was near the Park Rd./Adams Mill intersection (by Rosemont Center) in a white Honda Civic. She’s usually wearing dark sunglasses or a visor and takes pictures from her car while seemingly yelling/gesturing wildly. Once she got out of her car and came towards me and spat at my car. The other day I saw her she drove down Porter towards Connecticut with her hazards on and then stopped in the middle of the road.
I’m sure readers will say that she’s not technically doing anything illegal and/or that I should contact police instead of writing to PoPville… fair enough, will do that next time if there’s spitting/dangerous driving involved. For now, I’m just wondering if anyone else has seen her/experienced this in the area? Perhaps there’s an explanation like the wildlife photographer?”
On Sunday June 8, 2014 from noon – 5 pm, the Mt. Pleasant Business Association will be hosting the Spring into Summer Mt. Pleasant Shop Hop. Come stroll down historic Mt. Pleasant Street and visit Mt. Pleasant Businesses specials and free samples. Also featuringlocal craft vendors and live music! Mt. Pleasant Street from Park Road to Harvard Street.”