“Trusty’s Full-Serve “The Hill’s Neighborhood Bar & Grill” is celebrating our 10th Anniversary all week long! We have partnered with another local institution Jan’s Tutoring House located only one block from Trusty’s as our neighborhood charity and 10% of all proceeds from this week will be donated to them to help fund their mentoring and tutoring programs for school ages students throughout the neighborhood and DC as a whole. Please join us in helping Jan’s Tutoring House, while playing board games, grabbing a burger and tossing back a cold one or two at Trusty’s.”
This rental is located at 1524 Independence Avenue, Southeast. The listing says:
“3 Blocks from metro ! Bike Share across the street! Beautiful , Hip, I bed condo. Open plan kitchen, dining, living,beautiful modern kitchen, high end stainless steel appliance, granite, breakfast counter.Washer and dryer in unit, walk in closet, southern exposure light and bright, large windows. Available 07/22/2015 -VACANT”
“S-1 through S-6 approached C-1 and asked “What time is it?” C-1 replied. One of the suspects struck C-1 with a rock as C-1 walked into their residence.
OFFENSE: Assault W/Dangerous Weapon
METHOD: Adw — Other Dangerous Weapon
BLOCK: 100 – 199 BLOCK OF KENTUCKY AVENUE SE
START DT: 07/01/2015 21:30
END DT: 07/01/2015 21:32”
“Shooting on Tuckerman Street, NW, Yesterday [Tuesday] 5 pm?
I am currently out of town and my pet- and house-sitter reported that there was a shoot-out yesterday in the 600 block of Tuckerman Street, NW, last night. I looked at listserv messages but didn’t see anything to this effect (not sure if I missed it). Could MPD please provide more info about this?!”
“A witness reported that two subjects were shooting at each other, no injuries were reported. Both subjects fled the scene and have not been identified. They are described as:
1. Black male, wearing a gray hoodie and jeans armed with a black handgun
2. Black male , wearing a purple shirt and unknown color shorts
If anyone has any information regarding this incident, please call the MPD CIC at 202-727-9099 or text at 50411.”
“Congressional Cemetery [1801 E Street, SE] holds weekly yoga classes called ‘Yoga Mortis’, donation-based vinyasa flow classes in the Chapel. Yoga Mortis is held every Monday from 6 to 7 pm. All levels are welcome and no reservations are necessary. Props and a limited number of mats are provided, but feel free to bring your own. Come as you are wearing comfortable, flexible, clothing. The suggested donation is $10.”
“Today at 6:30 walking into Harris Teeter on Potomac Ave & Pennsylvania SE, a few cops run by & grab this woman wearing a red mask who was being held by (I believe) the security guard. She put up a fight. Sounds like (from other patrons) she had been running around the store, I don’t know if she was causing damage or stealing or anything.
Right now (7:00) there are 10 cop cars & an ambulance on Pennsylvania at the bus stop half a block away from Harris Teeter. Not sure what’s happening or if these are even related incidents. Guess things go a little crazy when it’s hot outside.”
“On June 29, 2015 at 6amMia’s Coffeehouse will officially open its doors to the public. We are excited to be a part of a growing and fantastic Hill East neighborhood. As a thank you for your support please join us for our Pre-Opening Party on June 27, 2015 from 9am-11am and from 5pm-7pm where you will have the opportunity to try our delicious coffee and all espresso based drinks for free. We will also have cotton candy for all the kids to enjoy. Thank you for your support and we look forward in seeing you soon!”
“The public is invited to attend a free, citywide “Truck Touch” Saturday, June 6, 2015, from 8 am to 1 pm at RFK Stadium, Lot 7. A host of DC government agencies will present and demonstrate nearly 30 vehicles used to clean and repair streets, change traffic lights, collect refuse, clear snow, provide emergency services, administer mobile health care, and more.
This is the city’s eighth Truck Touch, which is coordinated annually by the DC Department of Public Works. Its popularity throughout the Washington metropolitan area over the years has led visitor attendance to grow from several hundred to several thousand. Last year, more than 3,000 residents came out to climb on packer, sweeper and boom trucks; sit atop MPD’s Mounted Unit’s police horse and maneuver the levers of a police chopper; ride Segways, and test drive electric sedan vehicles. Residents also learned how potholes are repaired, sewers are vacuumed, and received information about vital city services.
DC’s Citywide Truck Touch features vehicles from the District departments of Public Works, Transportation, Health, Employment Services, Parks and Recreation, Fire and Emergency Medical Services, Homeland Security and Emergency Management Agency, the Metropolitan Police Department, and the DC Water and Sewer Authority. Other agencies will also be available to provide direct services and disseminate information about other DC government agencies.”