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1309 5th Street, NE

From a press release:

“Chef Erik Bruner-Yang introduces a new local grocery, Honeycomb, located at Union Market in Washington, DC. Honeycomb’s offerings include locally sourced produce, homemade sauces and ferments such as nuoc cham, hoisin, kombucha, and kimchi, plus an array of Asian goodies not limited to snacks, candies, and condiments. Look for the beautiful Honeycomb packaging and sleek wooden storefront, located in the back of the market, to the left of Harvey’s.

Open Tuesday-Sunday
9am-8pm”

Ed. Note: We previously spoke about Toki’s ramen pop up at Union Market here.

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1309 5th Street, NE

From their website:

“Crafty Bastards tickets are available online. Price at the door will be higher. For more info and to purchase tickets, click here.

Now in its 11th year, Crafty Bastards Arts & Crafts Fair is an exhibition and sale of handmade alternative arts and crafts from independent artists presented by the Washington City Paper. Crafty Bastards will be held outdoors on Saturday, Sept. 27 and Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014 at Union Market. Admission is $5 each day (ticket price subject to change). Crafty Bastards 2014 will feature 140+ vendors.

Crafty Bastards will be Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28, 2014 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.”

301 G Street Northeast

This rental is located at 301 G Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“SPACIOUS 2 BED 2 BATH WITH LOFT. UNIT FEATURES WOOD FLOORS, 14′ CEILINGS, FIREPLACE, GALLEY KITCHEN, AND PARKING. CLOSE TO UNION STATION, TRENDY H STREET COORIDOR NE NEIGHBORHOOD,SHOPS, AND RESTAURANTS. MOVE IN FEE SUBJECT TO CHANGE CONF, W/MGT CMP. APPLICATION IN DOC BOX”

You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $2,600/Mo.

From an email:

“Pay 2 Play (opening in DC Sept 12 and in cities nationwide in October and November) is part political comedy and part expose. Director John Ennis compares American elections and politics to the board gane Monopoly, showing how money in politics usually gets in the way of meaningful change. As he covers the outlandish Coingate scandal in Ohio, Ennis grasps that the primary function of pay-to-play politics is to repay the donor with public money—way, way more money than donors put in.

Pay 2 Play features everyone from Robert Reich to Jack Abramoff talking about greed, corruption, gerrymandering, SuperPacs, Citizens United, and the cattywampus reality of politics in America today. Also featured in the film are John Nichols, Lawrence Lessig, Noam Chomsky, Jerry Springer, Van Jones, Marianne Williamson, Thom Hartmann, Marge Baker, Bob Edgar, Mark Crispin Miller, Rashad Robinson, Brad Friedman, Lee Fang, and Kathay Feng

In DC, Pay 2 Play opens September 12 at Angelika Popup. Immediately after the Friday night 7:30 screening there’ll be a Q and A with Aliya Rahman from Code For Progress, Lauren Windsor from American Family Voices and The Undercurrent and Producer Holly Mosher..”

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Photo by PoPville flickr user evegophotos

From NoMa BID:

“BANGARANG! The NoMa Business Improvement District will remember the amazing Robin Williams at a special encore NoMa Summer Screen with the classic film Hook on Wednesday, August 27!

“We couldn’t pass up the opportunity to celebrate the life of Robin Williams the terrific work he created,” said Robin-Eve Jasper, President of the NoMa Business Improvement District. “Friends, neighbors, and residents: please spread the word. Pirate apparel encouraged.”

Hook will be shown on the Loree Grand Field at Second and L Streets, NE. The event starts at 7 pm with music, giveaways, food trucks, picnicking and fun for all ages. Films start at dark (around 8 pm). All movies are screened with subtitles. Coolers, children and friendly (leashed) dogs are welcome. Follow us on Twitter @NoMaBID or Facebook for weather updates and to hear more about a free guerrilla yoga class before the movie, courtesy of Yoga NoMa, the neighborhood’s newest yoga studio opening this fall.”