friday question
Photo by PoPville flickr user Pablo Raw

I know we have some vocal GOP supporters, please let us know who you support in the comments, but for today I’m interested in registered Democrat voters for the poll. I’m super curious about this because my friends are all over the place on this one and I’m dying to know where you guys stand – Hillary or Bernie?

Hop in a 1963 baby blue Corvette with Jerry Seinfeld & President Obama as we take you behind the scenes in the latest episode of Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.

Posted by The White House on Wednesday, December 30, 2015

and the episode:

Brand new season! We open with President Obama. I ask the tough questions: underwear, nachos, and thermostats.

Posted by Jerry Seinfeld on Wednesday, December 30, 2015

chinatown protest
Photo by PoPville flickr user Victoria Pickering


“What: Rally and march for Justice for Tamir Rice and Sandra Bland
When: Thursday, December 31, 7 p.m.
Where: 7th and H Streets NW

This is an urgent and emergency call to action! In solidarity, Black Lives Matter DMV, Stop Police Terror Project DC, BYP 100, ONE DC, Black Movement Law Project, and Law 4 Black Lives call on you to TURN UP AND SHUT DOWN GALLERY PLACE AND CHINA TOWN for Sandra Bland and Tamir Rice. (more…)

via google maps

Personally I don’t understand how somebody so closely identified with a neighborhood could just pick up and move but The Washington Post reports:

“Now, nearly a year after she took over the top post in the District, Mayor Bowser is moving to a bigger home directly east of Rock Creek Park in Colonial Village — a Ward 4 neighborhood in upper Northwest where the colonial-style homes can sell for upward of $1 million.”

Back in August The Post had a great article on her Riggs Park home that was a duplex where the other owners were Colombian refugees.

Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America
Dawn Laguens

All photos by Lorie Shaull. Lorie writes:

“Hundreds of Planned Parenthood supporters and staff gathered on Saturday for a Day of Solidarity. Following a moment of silence, Dawn Laguens, executive vice president of Planned Parenthood Federation of America spoke to a crowded room at All Souls Church in Columbia Heights, “It’s not enough to denounce the tragedy without also denouncing the poisonous rhetoric that fueled it. Instead, some politicians are continuing to stoke it, which is unconscionable — going so far as to try and pass legislation further blocking access to health care just days after the tragedy in Colorado Springs.”

Listening to speakers at National Day of Solidarity

Standing room only for National Day of Solidarity

via United States Senate

From the United States Senate:

“Vice President Dick Cheney’s portrait bust was unveiled today:

Richard B. Cheney selected William Behrends to sculpt his portrait in marble for the Senate’s Vice Presidential Bust Collection in September 2011. Behrends met with Vice President Cheney one month later to take measurements and photographs in preparation for the clay model. Mrs. Cheney, the daughters, and the grandchildren took an interest in the artistic process and enlivened the numerous sittings at the Cheney home. The artist also relied on images of the vice president when he served from 2001 to 2009 under President George W. Bush. (more…)