This rental is located at 1112 Owen Place, Northeast. The listing says:
“Lovely renovated 3-bedroom 2-baths home with off street parking in the popular Trinidad neighborhood. Features open floor plan, hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and washer/dryer. Walking distance to Union Market, H Street Corridor and New York/NOMA metro station, with a walk score of 80. Housing vouchers are welcomed; rental amount is above the voucher rate.”
This rental is located at 1163 Morse Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Space to stretch out in along Florida Avenue right off H Street. This home has it all. Three floors of space and lots of natural light, a huge yard for all those spring gardening projects you’ve been putting off! Come fall in love with your new home.”
“Exposed DC is pleased to announce its 9th annual Exposed DC Photography Show at its new location, 1358 NE, from March 12 to April 11, 2015.
Our 42 winning photographs were chosen from a contest for their unique view of the Washington area – not as a political venue or tourist destination, but as a place where we live and work and love every day. Five of those photographs will be awarded our Best in Show award and $100 prize, each one chosen by a panel of distinguished metro-area editors and photojournalists.
The exhibit and opening reception will take over two floors at Capital Fringe’s brand new Trinidad headquarters. D.C.’s own Bluejacket Brewery will provide three of their original brews at an open bar; complimentary wine will also be available.
A full color Exhibition Magazine with the 2015 winners will be available for $10 at the opening, and online soon. The special issue 5th Anniversary Magazine from 2011 will also be available for $25. At the reception only, guests can purchase them together for $30.
Additional exhibit viewing days:
– Saturday, March 14, 4:30-7:30pm
– Friday, March 20, 6-8pm
– Saturday, March 28, 6-8pm
Closing reception: Saturday, April 11, 4-8pm, free admission.”
This house is located at 1164 Neal Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“Gorgeous, fresh renovation of a classic Trinidad home boasting four bedrooms, three & half bathrooms, large backyard with off street parking! Beautiful hardwood floors throughout, chefs kitchen with stainless steel appliances. High ceilings, master suite with additional private deck, and the beautiful lower level can be used as rental unit or as extra living space.”
This rental is located at 701 Florida Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“4 Blocks from NoMA MetroClose to Downtown, Union Market and the shops, galleries and restaurants of H Street.Two-bedroom, 2 bath. HVAC and Washer/Dryer. Duplex apt.Hardwood floors, W&D, stainless steel appliances, washer & dryer in unit, quartz counters, custom kitchen & tiled baths.”
“On February 12, 2015, the Department of Consumer and Regulatory Affairs (DCRA) will revoke the business licenses associated with a convenience store located at 814 Bladensburg Road NE because they sold illegal synthetic drugs.
The District of Columbia Office of Administrative Hearings upheld DCRA’s decision to the revoke the licenses in an order issued last week; the order was the first of its kind covering DCRA’s synthetic drug regulations.
“Synthetic drugs have been linked to severe adverse health effects and, with names like Scooby Snax, appear to be marketed to children,” said DCRA Interim Director Melinda Bolling. “This action sends a powerful message: if you sell synthetic drugs in the District of Columbia, you will lose your business license.”
Synthetic drugs are manufactured substances intended to mimic the effects of illegal drugs such as marijuana, cocaine, methamphetamine, and ecstasy. Often, they are manufactured from substances that were not included on controlled substances lists. The substances usually hit the marketplace without being tested and health experts report that use of synthetic drugs can be life threatening.
To stay ahead of law enforcement, manufacturers frequently change the composition of synthetic drugs so that the products continue to be free of controlled substances at the time of manufacture.
However, DCRA has adopted regulations targeting the packaging and price of synthetic drugs rather than simply focusing on the contents. Under the regulations, government officials can treat products that are exorbitantly expensive and contain unusual warnings as synthetic drugs. For example, regulators could deduce that one gram of glass cleaner selling for $20 and containing a warning “not for sale to minors” is a synthetic drug. If a business has any questions about a product that they are selling, they can seek clarification from DCRA about whether the product qualifies as a synthetic drug.
This is the District’s first licensure action against a business for selling synthetic drugs, and the agency continues to build cases against other businesses that may be selling synthetic drugs.”
This house is located at 927 12th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“NEW PRICING….BEST DEAL IN THE CITY! 5-LEVELS AND NEARLY 4000 SQ/FT OF LIVING SPACE IN THE HOT H STREET CORRIDOR. FEATURES INCLUDE 5 BR, 5BA, GOURMET KITCHEN WITH GRANITE & ELECTROLUX, HUGE FINISHED BASEMENT, SEPARATE LAUNDRY ROOM, PARKING, GREEN ROOF WITH PATIO AND SPECTACULAR CAPITOL VIEWS & MUCH, MUCH MORE. KVS TITLE IS PREFERRED ($500 BUYER CREDIT FOR USING KVS)..”
Thanks to a reader for sending: “Not sure if you had already seen this but if the allegations are true it’s pretty crazy.” The allegations are absolutely terrifying – just a sample:
“35. Despite immediately finding upon entry the Plaintiff’s pedigreed dog to be in good health and temperament, and without any evident injury or mistreatment, Defendant Kyle seized the Plaintiff’s dog as “evidence”.
36. After finding no evidence of animal cruelty, Defendant Kyle began opening closed containers within the Plaintiff’s residence, and began “field testing” capsules he found therein for illegal drugs.
37. Such searches by Defendant Kyle exceeded the limited scope of the defective animal cruelty warrant authorized by the Superior Court.
38. After claiming one such capsule he found inside a closed container to have tested positive for amphetamines, Defendant Kyle sought an additional search warrant from the Superior Court for the capsules he had already obtained through his initial illegal search of the Plaintiff’s residence.
39. The Plaintiff was arrested and charged by Defendant Kyle with animal cruelty and possession of illegal drugs.
40. Such charges lacked any factual basis of lawfully obtained evidence supporting probable cause.
41. The cash receipts of the Plaintiff’s two nightclub businesses found in his residence were seized by Defendant Kyle without explanation and have not been returned.
42. Such cash was seized without any lawful authority.
43. The Plaintiff’s dog has been seized by the Washington Humane Society without any kind of hearing or recourse and the Washington Humane Society refuses to release the dog to anyone including the Plaintiff.”
Full lawsuit from the UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA below: