“In the past month, members of the Second District along with several community members have worked together in an attempt to identify and arrest a suspect who has been seen in the area of Lafayette Elementary School who has been involved in several indecent exposure incidents.
With the help of several officers, detectives assigned to the Second District and residents of the community a suspect was identified in the case. After several interviews and the continued diligence from the investigators involved in the case an arrest warrant was obtained for the suspect.
[Last week] members of the Second District arrested William Russell Kirkpatrick of Washington DC for the offenses which involved the indecent exposure incidents as described.
We would like to thank the community for their patience and work throughout this entire process.”
“Everyone’s favorite house! Enchanting, yellow sun-filled Victorian located in the heart of Chevy Chase w/5 + BRs, 4 fireplaces and a large wrap-around porch. Recently renovated kitchen, elegant entertaining spaces, fabulous third floor. Gorgeous grounds, off-street parking in terrific location. *No public open houses*”
Back in June we learned the Marvelous Market at 5035 Connecticut Ave, NW was going to become Little Red Fox. Update from the owner:
“Last week the board for ANC 3F unanimously approved both of Little Red Fox’s beer and wine licenses. The Class B full-service grocery store exemption is for off-site sale of wine, beer, and growlers. The Class D license will allow Little Red Fox to serve draft beer and wine by the glass on-site at their 9-foot long community table inside and outside at the sidewalk cafe, which will seat up to 16 people.
For beer we’ll be working solely with local breweries from Maryland, Virginia, and DC. We’re also going to make a concerted effort to tap kegs that are only available via draft, so folks that don’t frequent bars can get a chance to taste the area’s best suds. We’re also working hard on building a tasty and affordable domestic-focused wine list.
We’re also very excited to announce we’ve hired former Tosca pastry chef Lauren Parlato as our baker. Lauren was at Tosca for nearly 7 years and made some of the best gelato in the city. She’s currently hard at work crafting recipes for our house hot chocolate, breakfast pastries, pies, and cookie & gelato sandwiches.
I have my fingers crossed for a Halloween opening date.”
Thanks to a reader for passing on word from the owner:
“Little Red Fox was inspired by owner, and DC native, Matt Carr’s experience living in Portland, OR, in particular by his favorite small neighborhood eatery called the Little Red Bike Café. Though no longer in existence, the café epitomized everything that makes a small business special: an excessively friendly staff led by a husband and wife team; coffee that was roasted just a few miles away and delivered by bicycle; and nearly everything was made in-house, including the fresh apple butter slathered on fried egg sandwiches.
We hope to embody that same spirit here in DC: a friendly neighborhood gathering spot; fresh delicious meals to-go with ingredients crafted in-house; a seasonal menu; local market items that highlight our area’s best offerings; and of course, locally roasted coffee and espresso.”
Mayor Vincent C. Gray and representatives from the District Department of Transportation (DDOT) will demonstrate how a newly installed pedestrian HAWK signal (High-Intensity Activated crossWalK) works and discuss where other HAWK signals will be installed to make the District a safer and more walkable city.
WHERE: Connecticut Avenue and Northampton Street NW
BACKGROUND: The HAWK signal is designed to help pedestrians safely cross busy streets. While it appears differently to motorists, for pedestrians, this signal operates similar to other push-button-activated traffic signals in the District. It stops traffic with a red signal, allowing pedestrians to cross with a walk display. At certain locations, the signal can detect the presence of pedestrians waiting to cross and automatically activate.
Back in Sept. 2012 we learned that Core 72, Women’s Activewear Boutique, would be opening in the former Full of Beans space (which moved around the corner) in Chevy Chase. They had their grand opening last Saturday. You can see the brands they stock here. The store looks great:
Thanks to a reader for sending the photo above from the Chevy Chase Pavilion in Friendship Heights (5335 Wisconsin Avenue, NW.) Washingtonian reports:
The original Frederick location of the sandwich shop boasts a menu that’s both moderately priced and family-friendly—think a $4.50 grilled cheese sandwich and fruit cups alongside more grown-up options like a wedge salad with barbecue chicharrones and a slow-cooked pork shoulder sandwich with pickled cabbage and cilantro.
Rosa Mexicano Penn Quarter is rolling out a $15 Lunch Crunch complete with all their house favorites on one plate. Starting January 15th on weekdays from 11:30am-4:00pm, guests can enjoy the following perfectly portioned lunch “tray” complete with a sweet finish
Guacamole en Molcajete: Signature green goodness with warm house-made tortilla chips
Baja Fish Tacos: Line-caught crispy local fish with jalapeño tartar sauce
Tortilla Soup: Pasilla chile, grilled chicken, avocado and crema
Flan de Rosa: Vanilla-espresso flan served on a warm, ancho chile brownie
The special is also available for $12 at Rosa Mexicano Chevy Chase.
“This unit has a huge, private patio/garden and is located in walking distance to the Van Ness Metro! Parking included!Convenient to Rock Creek Park. Unique floorplan with modern kitchen (double fridge, double dishwasher), dining-room with marble flooring, pergo floors in living areas. Glassblock walls. Renovated bathrooms & powder-room.”