10 Girard Street Northeast

This rental is located at 10 Girard Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Open House Saturday11AM (7/16). Completely new apartment with ALL utilities/WiFi/Cable with premium channels included. Live in this chic, modern 2 bedroom apt. in the heart of DC. Granite counters, central a/c, in-unit washer/dryer, custom tile & more. Easy access to public transportation, across from McMillan Reservoir, near Catholic Univ, Brookland/Bloomingdale & Children’s/WHC/NRC/VA hospitals.”


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This 2 bed/1 bath is going for $1,950/Mo.

400 Evarts Street Northeast

This unit is located at 400 Evarts Street, Northeast. The listing says:

“Cool renovated 1 BR condo, nestled in the heart of Brookland w/nice LR/DR, Kit w/ss appl , BR w/large closet, & full BA w/finished floors throughout & in-unit W/D. Pet-friendly building with exercise room/bike storage & community courtyard. Less than a mile to Catholic U & Metro. Steps to markets, cafes, park & Trinity College.”


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This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $209,900 ($168 monthly fee.)


From an email:

“NKOTB (New Kitchens On The Block) an event designed to give diners an exclusive chance to try seven already-hot new restaurants before they open is coming to Mess Hall (703 Edgewood St NE, Washington, DC 20017; messhalldc.com) on Sunday, July 31, 2016. The line-up features:

Smoked & Stacked by Marjorie Meek-Bradley

A to-be-named new concept by Jeff Black

Tiki T.N.T./Potomac Distilling Company by Todd Thrasher and Cathal Armstrong

Gravitas by Matt Baker

Shadowlawn by Stefano Frigerio

Colada Shop by Juan Coronado and Daniella Senior

Rooster & Owl by Yuan Tang (more…)


From MPD:

“The MPD is investigating a report on the Metropolitan Branch Trail as follows:

Misdemeanor Sex Assault Metropolitan Branch Trail (Mile Marker 1.9)16103150

C1 was assaulted when S1 grabbed her buttocks at the listed location. S1 was last seen north towards 8th and Edgewood. S1 was described as a hispanic male, with short hair, wearing an orange shirt and carrying a green backpack.

Questions, concerns, and information regarding this matter should be addressed to the Sex Assault Unit at 202-727-3700.”

Dew Drop Inn

From Dew Drop Inn:

“To Whom it may concern and those who would like clarification on our new sign:

For 21-23 year olds, the Dew Drop Inn has to be extra vigilant, because 21-23 yr olds are more likely to show up at the bar knowing that someone in their group has a fake ID. Our policy is not to “ban” 21-23 year olds, but to be extra vigilant regarding their ID’s.

This is a bigger issue for alcohol establishments in college neighborhoods, because only about 25% of “college students” are of the legal drinking age (the Senior class); so most undergraduates are not old enough to be in bars. For this reason, being a “college bar” is not a working business model, even near college campuses.

And with high-quality printers and graphics, there is currently no fool-proof way of determining whether ID’s are fake or legitimate. ABRA (DC’s alcohol regulating agency) acknowledges that there are no scanners on the market that can 100% detect fake ID’s. Instead, security staff is supposed to be able to identify fake ID’s by knowing more than 50 state’s ever-updated ID’s, plus the US territories’, as well as foreign passports.

To further complicate the issue, when there is a breach, the Bar is penalized, not the adult with the fake ID (assuming that the person is over 18 yrs old). If an under-aged patron is found inside the bar with a high quality fake ID, then often both the Bar and the bartender are fined, while the under-aged adult with the fake ID is often simply escorted out of the establishment and sent on their way. So naturally this adds to the allure of using a fake ID – the worst that is likely to happen is that your ID gets confiscated.

So, being in a college neighborhood, Dew Drop Inn’s sign “welcoming” 24 yr olds, is our way of saying that we will be scrutinizing all of our younger patron’s ID’s very closely, and that we hope to err on the side of caution.”

Dew Drop Inn

Update: Response from Dew Drop Inn here.

A reader reports:

“Was at Dew Drop Inn tonight [Saturday] and they were putting up lots of new signs saying they are only a 24+ establishment now. We asked security and bartenders what the change was about and everyone said they are “not authorized” to speak about what happened “last night.”

2801 8th Street, NE

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From MPD:

“On Sunday, May 1, 2016 at approximately 2:30 a.m. Fifth District officers responded to the 600 block of Edgewood Street NE in reference to a shooting. Officers arrived on the scene and located several shell casing. Three victims arrived at the hospital suffering from a gunshots to different parts of the upper body. The victims are being treated for non-life threatening injuries. Detectives are investigating the case.

Anyone with information is asked to call the police at 202-727-9099, Fifth District Detectives at 202-698-0660, or the department’s TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”

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From MPD:

“On Saturday, April 30, 2016 at approximately 8:40 p.m. Fifth District officers responded to the 2600 block of 22nd Street NE in reference to a shooting. Officers arrived on the scene and located an adult suffering from a gunshot wound to the upper body. The victim was transported to a hospital for treatment of non-life threatening injuries. Detectives are currently investigating the case.”