“After a successful Georgia Ave Winter Fest in December 2015 that drew over 1200 attendees, Georgia Avenue Thrive will host the Georgia Ave Fall Fest on October 22, 2016 from 12pm-5pm at Bruce Monroe Park (3000 Georgia Ave NW). This family-friendly event will include local performers, vendors (both food and other goods), city and NGO services, kids activities, pumpkins sales, an interactive community mural creation, and more!
The purpose of the Georgia Ave Fests is to: (more…)
“Founded in 2013, District Dogs is a leading pet care company in Washington, DC. We specialize in mid-day walks, daycare, and boarding. District Dogs is 100% licensed, bonded and insured. You can feel comfortable your pets are in trusted hands.
Daycare (Coming Soon!)
District Dogs Daycare provides an enjoyable and fun experience for your dog. Dogs will enjoy friendly playtime with their canine pals, including occasional cool down sessions. All dogs are supervised as we reinforce basic training and good manners.
The facility is conditioned with a HEPA air filtration system and sanitized nightly with a commercial floor washing system. All dogs are given the opportunity to potty outside and any messes inside are cleaned and sanitized right away.
We offer two size play rooms for small and large dogs. Senior dogs that need a more relaxed environment may join their small dog companions. We also have a private feeding room if your dog requires lunch during his or her stay.”
I’m the owner of 649 Kenyon St NW, and wanted to share with you the incredible work of world renowned London muralist Remi Rough on my home in Washington DC! I consider myself incredibly lucky to have been able to participate in the DC Mural Project District Walls some of the other murals which you have featured on your site. My wonderful neighbor allowed me to set up a GoPro in her home across the street so that way I could capture a time lapse of the mural’s creation, and I thought you might want to check it out”
I thought that this was interesting. I’ve seen a lot of pop-up and additions in the back but, never an addition/extension like this going right out to the sidewalk. I guess the 70/30 rule for structures on a lot is really gone. I wouldn’t be terribly happy if I was the next door neighbor. House is at Georgia and Irving Streets NW.”
“To our concerned neighbors and fellow beer & sandwich aficionados. We’re still here, alive and kicking. Investors haven’t dropped out, DCRA isn’t trying to put us in a corner and we didn’t open up the 7th circle of hell when we cut through the concrete to install all new plumbing. Btw, cutting open a concrete slab 6″ thick to dig another 6′ down isn’t something that happens overnight. Or in two weeks. It’s hard work folks. Due to some unfortunate hiccups in the permitting and building process we are way behind schedule (as you all know), but fret not! For we are back on track and building away! We don’t want to jinx ourselves by giving an opening timeline, but we are very comfortable with the progress we are now making. Please join our Facebook page for all the most recent information. Such as photos of us emptying 15,000 lbs of concrete rubble at the dump. Exciting stuff. AND if you see us out there sweating away feel free to stop and ask what’s up! If we have time we will even try to give you a little tour.
Perhaps I’m just frustrated, but I know many of my neighbors are feeling the same way. It seems like in our neighborhood, there have been a lot of big deal restaurants that have been in a stage of development for months if not years.
There are at least 3 restaurants in particular:
1. Hilltop – which has been coming soon for over a year
2. Tipsy Peacock– which has been “about to open” according to its owner since late 2014 and
3. Most discouragingly, Midlands, the much hyped beer garden whose website still says opening in Summer.
Do you have any updates on any of these restaurants? Also, is this a thing that affects all restaurants? Or is there something special about ours that is making it difficult to open these locations?”