“My boyfriend found this girl around 11:30pm at the corner of Oates and Holbrook in Trinidad. She was very friendly, with a collar but no tags. She was scanned at WHS but doesn’t have a microchip. Unfortunately, she started to not get along with my pup so she is currently at the shelter on NY Ave. [1201 New York Ave NE]”
This rental is located at 1316 Florida Avenue, Northeast. The listing says:
“Absolutely charming, renovated 3 bedroom Fl Ave home 2 blocks from the H Street Corridor! Home features new hardwood floors, HUGE living room, brand new kitchen appliances, 1.5 bathrooms, and your very own private back patio! A must see -OFFERED FURNISHED/UNFURNISHED! HCVP/S8 welcomed.”
“Saturday, October 18 – 1:00 to 4:00 PM
Bardo – 1200 Bladensburg Rd, NE
No cover; $10 per barbecue plate
On October 18, 2014, the DC Homebrewers will host its third annual barbecue fundraiser at Bardo Brewpub on Bladensburg Road in Washington, DC. The annual barbecue serves as a chance for the all-volunteer club to showcase and educate its members and the public on the art of homebrewing, alternate brewing techniques, and sensory panels to help new and advanced homebrewers expand their brewing and beer knowledge.
Proceeds from the event will benefit the club’s educational programming and this year’s charity, the Common Good City Farm, an urban farm and education center located on a half-acre lot in LeDroit Park. Their mission is to grow food, educate, and help low-income DC community members meet their food needs and provide educational opportunities for all. For more information, visit here.
Admission to the event is free. A $10 food ticket includes a plate of barbecue (a vegetarian option will be available) and two sides. Some hand-crafted soda will also be available. A variety of beers by Bardo Brewpub will be available for $4. Buy tickets in advance here.
During the afternoon, DC Homebrewers members will be offering a homebrewing demonstration, a variety of educational beer talks, and a raffle. Visit dchomebrewers.com to learn more about the club and join the email list.”
“Detectives from the Metropolitan Police Department are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying and locating a suspect in connection with First Degree Sexual Abuse While Armed offense that occurred in the area of the 1600 block of Montello Avenue, Northeast.
On Saturday, October 4, 2014, between the hours of 7:00 pm and 8:00 pm, an adult female was walking in the area of the 1600 block of Montello Avenue, NE, when a suspect approached her, displayed a handgun and sexually assaulted her.
The suspect is described as a black male, approximately 5’1” in height, muscular build, light complexion, short cut hair, clean shaven, in his twenties, wearing a white t-shirt, tan pants, and last seen in the 1600 block of Montello Avenue, NE.
Anyone with information regarding this case should call the police at 202-727-9099. Additionally, information may be submitted to the TEXT TIP LINE by text messaging 50411.”
This house is located at 1125 7th Street, Northeast. The listing says:
“3BR/1.5ba, Federal Porchfront, Large Garage, Needs Work, Could Qualify for Residential Loan easily, but needs a lot of work. Potential to be a grand home, but sold strictly “As Is”, only. No exceptions. EZ to see.”
“Just two moths after the debut of their first beers, Bardo [1200 Bladensburg Rd, NE] is introducing another wave of brews, bringing the total number of beers on tap to thirteen. Black sour, imperial brown ale, imperial IPA and a dark IPA, as well as dry hopped versions of the imperial IPA and the black IPA will be tapped Thursday, Sept 25th.
Bardo is extremely excited about the debut of the GABF bronze medal winning, imperial IPA, Dremo Tibetan Sasquatch. “Dremo started as one of our cult favorites. It gradually became less of a secret and evolved into our flagship beer.” commented Bardo Brewpub’s Andrew Stewart. “It has been the number one question we have fielded since pulling the brewery out of storage, ‘When is Dremo going to be ready?’.”
“We have expanded our cold storage and added more serving tanks. The new brews have been transferred from the fermenters and we now have THIRTEEN beers on tap – including 3 dry hopped and one oak aged. The debut coincides with our Thursday special of all you can drink for $20. Just ask the bartender for the unlimited special.”
“Tonight [Monday] at approximately 5:38 pm, citizens observed an adult male suspect making forced entry into a residence in the 1100 block of 8th St. NE and called 911. First District Officers quickly set up a perimeter and were assisted by K9 units. The suspect was later found inside and placed under arrest without incident.
Thanks to the outstanding work of First District Officers and the concerned neighbors, a burglary suspect was quickly apprehended and placed under arrest.”
“One day. Dozens of lessons, workshops, and classes taught by your neighbors — Washington D.C. residents. The Day of Learning is an opportunity for the city’s community to learn from and teach each other. From an introduction to hand-dancing, to getting the low-down on mixing the city’s signature cocktail (the Gin Rickey), to exploring D.C.’s neighborhoods, the Day of Learning celebrates D.C.’s vibrant culture, history, and people. The Day of Learning is a lively and community-driven event that unites the District through sharing who we are and what we know. Tickets and info at www.dayoflearning.org.”