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3301 Georgia Avenue, NW

From Nekisha Durrett:

“Thanks to generous funding from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities, my mural The Wait can now be viewed on the facade of Mothership Diner in DC. Please join me at Mothership Diner on Thursday, February 19th from 6-7PM to properly celebrate the mural. I will also screen a short documentary film that explores my piece, my creative process, and the ever changing neighborhood of Park View. I collaborated with the very talented and inspired local filmmaker, Lorie Shaull, to document the production of the mural and its community impact. She captured a splendid snapshot of Park View and my foray into public art. AND also on view will be several photographs by two of my photography students from the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Museum Studies program, Kenyssa Evans and Tayvon Taylor who signed on to further document the project.

Late notice, I know – but REALLY hope to see you THIS Thursday. It will also be one of the last times to enjoy this warm neighborhood haunt as, sadly, it will be closing its doors on Sunday, February 22nd.”

3422 Georgia Avenue Northwest

This rental is located at 3422 Georgia Avenue, Northwest. The listing says:

“BOUTIQUE BUILDING in COL. HEIGHTS NEAR Petworth METRO; featuring LIGHT FILLED, ONE BEDROOM/1BATH APARTMENT in 4 FL Elevator Bldg with all the bells and whistles, incl. Granite Counters/Wash-Dryer/Central AC/Heat and MORE. $1425/month w/1st Month FREE on a 13 Month Lease. AVAILABLE NOW. PETS CASE-BY-CASE; PARKING (Extra, if Available). Vouchers Welcome.”

You can see more photos here.

This 1 bed/1 bath is going for $1,425/Mo.

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2928 Georgia Ave, NW – Originally Everlasting Life before becoming Woodland’s

Flying high off their visit from Kanye and Kim – Woodland’s Vegan tweets us:

“@PoPville Woodlands Vegan Bistro Changes Name to NuVegan Café, Franchises and Open Second Location!”

Their press release says:

“Yes, it is true. One might ask; “Why another name change?” Change often equals progress and elevation for a much bigger and greater cause. Woodland’s Vegan Bistro will immediately introduce their new, second location as NuVegan Café while their Washington, D.C., location will gradually make the new name transition over the next few months. The change is the result of their exciting and historical venture of becoming one of the very first vegan restaurants of its caliber to franchise. Franchising will be finalized by the end of this second quarter. With respect to animals, the environment and good health, NuVegan Café uses the freshest plant derived foods to carefully create and invent vegan cuisine full of comfort and satisfaction.

While they have a new name, slogan and logo the great aspects about the restaurant that many have grown to love will remain unchanged. They are still committed to providing exceptional and nutritious meal options for everyone. This is still your home away from home where you can come and enjoy exceptional service and a delicious meal with family, friends and co-workers. The food truck still travels throughout the DMV area conveniently catering to the needs of local residents. The menu still includes their award-winning macaroni and cheese, collard greens, cornbread, crab cake sandwich with desserts like sweet potato cheesecake and specialty drinks including their famous Tropical Delight Smoothie. (more…)

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Photo via Woodland’s Vegan Bistro Facebook

Thanks to a reader for sending word from earlier in the week. Woodland’s Facebook has a couple of photos posted Jan. 25th:

“They could have chosen to eat anywhere, but they chose us. ‪#‎WoodlandsVeganBistro‬ ‪#‎GoVegan‬ ‪#‎NuVeganCafe‬ ‪#‎KayneWest‬ ‪#‎KimK‬ ‪#‎BETHonors2015‬”

Love ‘em or hate ‘em, it’s pretty cool. Must be something about vegan restaurants attracting the power players – back in October Stevie Wonder visited Evolve Vegan in Takoma.

Side note: New condo next door to Woodland’s is looking good too on the 2900 block of Georgia Avenue, NW:

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428 Newton Place Northwest

This rental is located at 428 Newton Place, Northwest. The listing says:

“2400 sq ft 3 level TH close to Petworth metro – open LR/DR flooded w/ sunlight – exposed brick walls on main, upper & lower levels – renovated kitchen w/ stainless appliances, granite counters & new cabinets -3 bedrooms plus den on UL -updated baths including unique spa room-cozy lower level family room w/ gas fireplace – English basement entrance – ideal for room mates -two rear parking spaces”

You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/2 bath is going for $3,200/Mo.

3121 Warder Street Northwest

This rental is located at 3121 Warder Street, Northwest. The listing says:

“Available immediately. Beautiful townhouse w/ renovated kitchen, 4 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, no pets. One year lease or more preferred. Centrally located and close to Old Soldier’s Home, Wash Hospital Center, Howard University and about .8 miles to the Col Heights Metro.”

You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/2 bath is going for $3,400/Mo.