This rental is located at 3051 Idaho Ave, NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$900 / 1br – FANTASTIC NATURE VIEWS FROM TOP FLOOR ONE BEDROOM
THIS ONE WILL NOT LAST
QUIET PEACEFUL NATURE VIEWS FROM VERY LARGE 1 BEDROOM
HAS NEWER APPLIANCES, EAT-IN KITCHEN, PANTRY
LOTS AND LOTS OF CLOSETS WITH VERY LARGE LIVING ROOM
NEAR METRO, METRO BUS STOPS IN FRONT AND IS ALSO REGULAR BUS
PARK WITH POOL AND GYM RIGHT ACROSS THE STREET
FORWARD ME YOUR EMAIL FOR MORE DETAILS
RENT INCLUDE ALL UTILITIES”
“Washington, DC is a beautiful city for runners to explore. For athletes who are looking for softer turf, the district is full of national parks with excellent running routes. Take a look at the top 10 metro-accessible running trails in the DMV.” (map after the jump – it was affecting some folks who have older browsers.) (more…)
Curious as to whether anyone has more clarity on Metro not charging fares when end up not taking the metro? I thought they were not charging for non-rides, but I noticed this morning when I gave up on the red line after waiting twenty minutes and realizing that it just wasn’t WMATA’s day, that I was charged the base fare on my card. Just wondering if you need to talk to the station manager to refund it each time (which seems very impractical), or if it is supposed to automatically happen?”
Ed. Note: Didn’t someone say that Metro reimburses at the end of the month? Am I imagining that?
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Me and my friend saw this super sexist and creepy sign for the bathrooms at Proof DC.
We asked a woman working there about it and she said they got more complaints about it after Trump’s election. She also said they have gotten some complaints, and after one woman got really upset they took it down but then put it back out. We told them we would suggest they take it down permanently. Either way, it’s a crazy picture to instruct people where the bathroom is.”
This unit is located at 706 16th Street, NE. The MRIS listing says:
“Dramatic new ground-up design and construction. One-of-a-kind 4-level layout and fully custom finishes. Nothing cookie-cutter here. Floor-to-ceiling glass across all four exposures, open stairs, and honed white oak floors throughout. Chef’s kitchen, TWO en suite Bedrooms, private roof deck w/360 views, secure off-street parking. Steps to H St shops, eats, nightlife, streetcar.”
A group of concerned, sustainability-minded individuals are co-hosting a benefit with the Midlands Beer Garden in Park View to combat climate change on Friday, April 28th, from 6-10pm. This event is part of the People’s Climate March “Week of Action”.
Kegs have been generously donated by Anderson Valley Brewing and Uinta Brewing. Any beers from these taps and all other proceeds will benefit Earthjustice, a nonprofit environmental law organization, fighting for action on climate change, environmental justice, and the health of our communities across the country.
In addition to drinking beers for a great cause, attendees will have the opportunity to take action and make their voices heard. The event will include stations for making rally signs for the People’s Climate March on April 29th and writing letters to lawmakers and local representatives. (more…)
235 Carroll Street, NW (original rendering before construction was completed)
From a press release:
“Yoga Heights, a yoga studio at 3506 Georgia Ave. NW., announced today that they are opening their second location this fall in the Takoma Central Apartment building at 235 Carroll Ave. NW, Washington, D.C. Yoga Heights is a community oriented studio that offers classes for every body, at every level and every budget. (more…)
The sighting was reported on the Cleveland Park Listserv Wednesday afternoon:
“Saw a huge coyote run across Woodley Road into Tregaron today about noon. It looked like a small wolf – I thought it was a deer at first. These actually mated with wolves on their way east through Canada.”
“We will be opening next Thursday, May 4th at 5:00pm – our typical hours will be Monday – Friday 5:00 pm to close and Saturday & Sunday 11:00am to close. But our first weekend we will be Thursday – Saturday 5:00pm to close and Sunday 11:00am – close.
We are really excited to be part of the Bloomingdale community and hope to provide a comfortable neighborhood restaurant with wood fired food, a curated wine program and seasonal beers & cocktails. Our Chef, Kerry Tate, has developed an innovative but approachable menu with dishes such as roast half chicken over bread salad, wood oven mussels in tomato fennel broth and a lamb flatbread topped with arugula salad- to name a few of my favorites.”