Mothership is located at Georgia Ave and Lamont St, NW. Current hours of operation are approved for Monday – Thursday 8 am–11 pm, Friday 8 am–1 am and Saturday 10 am-1 am. They hope to be able to extend them to Sunday through Thursday 10 am-2 am, Friday and Saturday 10 am -3 am.
Ed. Note: I ate there on Friday night and this place is incredibly awesome. If you haven’t been yet and had been procrastinating like me – I would put them very high on the list of your next places to visit. Not only is the food delicious, but the owners are incredibly nice and the space is incredibly cool and comfortable.
“Modern American neighborhood restaurant with an emphasis on French, Caribbean, Latin & Asian flavors. Our plates are designed to be shared or not.”
I came home early Sunday morning (2am) to find the bicycle in the attached picture laying in the middle of the alley behind my house on the 500 block of Irving NW. Someone had taken one of my paver blocks to try and break the lock off the front wheel, but they were clearly scared off or gave up before succeeding. I kept the bike in my basement for the night, and turned it over to the police at the 3D substation on Park Rd yesterday afternoon. The police are holding it now in impound.
“The goal of Yoga Heights is to make yoga accessible for ALL people and ALL budgets. In addition to typical yoga classes, we plan to have classes in Spanish and French, some donation/free classes, kids yoga, seniors yoga, and a “Karma Class” that would be a little more expensive but for each class someone buys, we’ll donate a free class to someone. (Like the Tom’s Shoes model.)”
“Available December 1st! New construction – March 2013! This is a ground floor condo unit in a boutique 6 unit building. It is 850 square feet 2 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. Hardwood floors, ceiling fans in each room, central air, washer and dryer, and gas range. It includes 1 parking space, a common area roof deck, and trash/water is included in the rent.”
I had high hopes for Ma Ma’s Southern Cuisine when they were looking to stay open 24 hours and serve breakfast all day. Alas, they were rarely open when I walked by. Hopefully someone solid takes over the space.
“Charles Link, 53, of Washington, D.C., was found guilty today of a charge of assault with a dangerous weapon stemming from the November 2012 stabbing of a man in Northwest Washington, U.S. Attorney Ronald C. Machen Jr. announced.
Link was found guilty following a trial in the Superior Court of the District of Columbia. The Honorable Russell F. Canan scheduled sentencing for Jan. 3, 2014.
According to the government’s evidence at trial, the victim and Link were close friends for more than four years. They socialized together and played chess, and the victim even helped Link at his job at a funeral home. From time to time, Link would loan the victim small amounts of money. Last fall, the two men got into a disagreement over the repayment of a $20 loan. The victim had given Link his food assistance card and had told Link to use it to buy $40 of food, to cover the $20 debt. When Link never used the card and failed to return it, the victim cancelled the card so that he could get a new one and access his food benefits.
On the evening of Nov. 13, 2012, as the victim was walking down a street near his home, he encountered Link and the two began arguing over the debt. When the victim reached the entrance to an alley off the 500 block of Newton Place NW, he was pushed from behind by an unidentified man and fell to the ground. Link joined in the attack and kicked and punched the victim, stating “get me my money.” Link then pulled out a knife and stabbed the victim five times—twice in the chest and rib cage. He and the unidentified man fled, leaving the victim bleeding in an alley.
In announcing the verdict, U.S. Attorney Machen praised the work of those who investigated the case from the Metropolitan Police Department, including detectives from the Fourth Police District. He also acknowledged the efforts of those who handled the case for the U.S. Attorney’s Office, including Paralegal Specialists Wanda Trice and Debra McPherson. Finally, he commended the work of Assistant U.S. Attorney Vivien Cockburn and former Assistant U.S. Attorney Trevor N. McFadden, who assisted in the investigation, and Assistant U.S. Attorney Brittain Shaw, who investigated and prosecuted the case.”
“So there his been a massive manhunt going on for about an hour now at around there area of Georgia and Kenyon. From talking to a cop who recovered the suspects bike on mid block on Keefer Pl. the police started chasing the guy who was on a bike up at Morton Street, he then ditched his bike on Keefer and took off on foot towards Georgia Ave.. From what I understand they found his jacket in front of the Barbershop on the east side of Georgia between Kenyon and Keefer. The police now have the Barber Shop roped off and K-9 unit there. Helicopter circled for a bit, seems like the guy vanished. Anyway crazy showing of the police, driving through alleys, the wrong way on Keefer, foot patrols.”
“The Metropolitan Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspect wanted in connection with a First Degree Sexual Abuse while Armed in the area of the 600 block of Irving Street, NW.
On Saturday, September 28, 2013, at approximately 2:30 am, an adult female victim was walking in the area of the 600 block of Irving Street, NW, when an unknown male approached her and produced a handgun. The suspect forced her into a nearby alley where he sexually assaulted her. The suspect took several items of the victim’s personal property and fled.
The suspect is described as a black male, in his 20s to 30s, with a dark brown complexion. He was wearing a black mask, grey hoodie and jeans. The suspect rode off on a bicycle.
Anyone with information that can assist in identifying this subject is asked to call the police at (202) 727-9099. Additionally, anonymous information may be submitted to the department’s TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”
“On September 28, 2013, at approximately 8:30PM, two complainants were in the 600 block of Otis Place, NW, when they heard gunshots. Both complainants ran away from the sounds, and shortly afterward they both discovered that they had been shot. Both received non life-threatening injuries and were transported to local area hospitals for treatment. The only lookout provided was for a black male armed with a handgun who was last seen fleeing in an older-model blue SUV.
Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to call (202) 727-9099.”