From an email:

“OUR 8 YEAR ANNIVERSARY PARTY is one of our 3 biggest parties of the year with some of our favorite local DJ’s:
Joe L., Team Zapata, BEATrix, Tim Jackson, Jeff Hancock, Teknacolor Ninja, & Jan Dro spinning the gamut of EDM styles.
9 PM on Sunday, 5/24 w/ legal service til 4 AM. 1103 Bladensburg Rd NE
Everyone’s welcome, it’s FREE, please join us and all our closest friends

Folks tell us “I know Jimmy” all the time. Oh yeah? Well test your knowledge with this here scintillating
(answers below)

1. After Jimmy Valentine’s pardon by the governor, prisoner 9762 was given a suit, shoes, $5, a cheap cigar, and a train ticket outta town

2. The quote, “I was born standing up and talking back”, is attributed to Jimmy Valentine (best known from the song “Trouble”, sung by Elvis Presley)

3. Jimmy Valentine claims his first job after parole was “representing the New York Amalgamated Short Snap Biscuit Cracker and Frazzled Wheat Company”

4. Jimmy Valentine’s first real job after prison was cracking a safe in Richmond, Indiana, that netted him bout $800 cash

5. “Somnus Us Nos Et Mortuus” (Latin for “We’ll sleep when we’re dead”) was a phrase first coined by Jimmy Valentine (hint: he don’t sleep much)

7. Jimmy Valentine swore off safecracking the minute he saw Annabel Adams. Then he ran a shoestore

8. The Harlem Globetrotters had an early “character” named Jimmy Valentine, so named for his superior ball-stealing ability

9. The original idea to name the bar was “Jimmy Valentine’s Thief of Hearts” until co-owner Dawn “D Thrett” Daly misheard it and accidentally re-named it “Jimmy Valentine’s Lonely Hearts Club”

10. Annabel Adams’ sister was accidentally locked in a brand new bank vault for which a combination had not yet been set. Jimmy cracked the safe to save her from suffocating in front of detective Ned Price, but Price didn’t bust Jimmy cause Jimmy was way. too. cool

11. We’re lying if we say all the answers are true

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“Here’s a zoomed out photo of their delivery zone. Weird chunk out by Trinidad/Arboretum”

“Dear PoPville,

I live at 1600 Maryland Ave NE, not exactly off the beaten path, but for some reason Postmates won’t dare go north of H Street. I’ll leave it to them to explain why that’s different than, say, Dupont or Gtown. Whatever their reason, it’s not an issue for Uber, Instacart, Seamless, GrubHub, etc.”

Ed. Note: As of this posting Postmates had not returned the OP’s query. Will update when/if they do.

1112 Owen Place Northeast

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.”

1112 Owen Place Northeast kitchen

You can see a few more photos here.

This 3 bed/2 bath is going for $2,300/Mo.

1163 Morse Street Northeast

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.”

You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/2 bath is going for $3,000/Mo.

Photo by PoPville flickr user Caroline Angelo

From a press release:

“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.

Tickets are $14 in advance, $20 at the door.

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.”

DC8566901 - Interior (General)

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.”

You can see more photos here.

This 4 bed/3.5 bath is going for $699,900.

701 Florida Avenue Northeast

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.”

You can see more photos here.

This 2 bed/2 bath is going for $1,990/Mo.