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“Shooting at 0134 hrs in the 3200 block of Hiatt Place NW. Lookout for (2) B/M’s, 5’10”-5’11” tall, slim build, wearing gray sweatshirts”
“At approximately 1:40 a.m. this morning, members of the Third District responded for a shooting inside an apartment building in the 3200 block of Hiatt Place, NW. The victim, an adult male, was located in the third floor hallway, and was transported to a local hospital and subsequently admitted in critical condition. It was later determined that the crine actually occurred inside an adjacent apartment.
Members of the MPD’s Violent Crime Branch responded to the scene, and will be handling the investigation.
Anyone with information regarding this crime is asked to call the MPD Command Information Center at 202.727.9099.”
Then at 11:30am Sunday morning Beth wrote:
“Hey PoPville I just heard a shooting at the park at 14 and Harvard. ~10 shots followed by lots of running and sirens”
MPD reported: (more…)
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A reader reports more gunshots from 13th and Columbia around 4:30pm:
“someone emptied a clip really really close by. Heard one, than another, and then about 9 more really fast.”
DC Police Traffic reports:
“Police Activity w/Street Closures > 13th St NW from Park Rd to Harvard St NW [BLOCKED N/S] Alternative: Park Rd, 16th St, Sherman Ave Watch for Police direction – – Street Closures are subject to change”
Confirmed from MPD:
“Shooting in the 1300 block of Columbia Road, NW. Lookout is for: B/M, mid 20 years of age and wearing a gray hooded sweater armed with a handgun last seen on foot S/B alley of 1300 block of Columbia Rd, NW.”
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From the National Gallery of Art:
“A beloved DC summer tradition, the National Gallery of Art’s Jazz in the Garden concert series will kick off its 2019 season on Friday, May 17. In addition to the return of audience favorites like Black Masala, Son del Caribe, and the Funky Dawgz Brass Band, this year’s lineup will feature new performers like Rob Curto’s Forró for All, Adwela & the Uprising, and The Bailsmen. Every Friday evening from 5:00 to 8:30 p.m. through August 23, 2019, the Gallery will invite visitors to spend an evening among the Sculpture Garden’s monumental works of art set to tunes ranging from African fusion and go-go to New Orleans Dixieland and salsa.
Highlights of this year’s schedule include the 13th year of collaboration between Jazz in the Garden and the DC JazzFest with a performance by Shannon Gunn on June 7. Visitors can enjoy new additions to the outdoor grill menu–a banh mi turkey burger with ginger soy aioli and Asian slaw and a teriyaki Impossible burger with pineapple chutney–and the Pavilion Café’s menu indoors.
The National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is located along Constitution Avenue and Madison Drive between 7th and 9th Streets NW.
Weather-related updates are available on the Gallery’s website at nga.gov/jazz, Twitter feed @ngadc, or by calling (202) 289-3360. For the safety of visitors and works of art, access to the Sculpture Garden is monitored and will be limited if the space becomes too crowded.
May 17- Rob Curto’s Forró For All (Brazilian folk jazz)
May 24- Futurist (Alternative modern)
May 31- Billy Price (Blues)
June 7- Shannon Gunn* (Jazz Trombone) *in collaboration with the DC Jazz Festival
June 14- Adwela & the Uprising (Reggae)
June 21- Black Masala (Ethno-funk)
June 28- Hendrik Meurkens Quartet (Jazz harmonica and vibraphone)
July 5- The JoGo Project (Jazz and go-go)
July 12- Elikeh (African fusion jazz)
July 19- Miles Stiebel (Jazz violin)
July 26- Incendio (Instrumental world guitar)
August 2- Son del Caribe (Pan-Caribbean salsa)
August 9- The Bailsmen (Gypsy jazz and vintage swing)
August 16- Dixie Power Trio (New Orleans Dixieland jazz)
August 23- Funky Dawgz Brass Band (Funk and hip-hop)
Refreshments from the Pavilion Café
Guests may purchase refreshments from a special menu of appetizers, sandwiches, pizzas, and salads indoors at the Pavilion Café, or may purchase sandwiches and burgers from the outdoor grill on the patio. A variety of beverages, including beer, wine, sangria, and sodas, is sold on-site. Outside alcoholic beverages are strictly prohibited and subject to confiscation. View the full Jazz in the Garden menu at pavilioncafe.com/jazz.”
845 Upshur Street, NW
Thanks to Shubha J for sending:
“a juice bar is joining Upshur Street, next to Lulabelle’s.”
Updates as they get closer to opening.
Has anyone else ever noticed little piles of powder seemingly strategically placed along sidewalks around DC? I’ve lived here for less than two years but I see these piles all over town, in Southwest, Navy Yard, Downtown, and today in NoMa along L St and 2nd St NE. They are sometimes different colors, but always dropped in neat little piles all along sidewalks and buildings. What’s the deal?
A woman who saw me taking pictures told me she saw a man dropping the powder yesterday and thought it was for some kind of scavenger hunt?”
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Copeland is a silly, fun, energetic and loving young dog. He pounces on toys like a champ and is generally a goofy and happy pup. He wants to bring all of his joy to his adopter! He promises to be a good boy if you’ll give him lots of treats to help him put on some weight. Copeland has already learned “let’s go”, “sit”, “go to mat”, “trade”, “go get it”, and he is working on “come”. He would make a terrific companion for anyone with a house and yard in which he can feel secure and fully express his playful nature.
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Address: 2125 14th Street NW Unit 224
Neighborhood: U Street Corridor
Open: Saturday and Sunday 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
Stunningly gorgeous condo with a huge PRIVATE terrace (over 200 sq. ft.), plus a beautiful semi-private 1,000 sq. ft. garden.
This spacious second floor unit is located 25 feet above CVS and is not at all accessible to the ground floor. It’s a quiet oasis in the heart of 14th & U Street, where you can relax with a mojito, lay out, cook out or garden.
Two blocks from the U Street metro, this gorgeous home comes with floor to ceiling windows, new wide oak hardwood floors, stainless steel appliances, a security system, custom built-ins, private patio and a parking spot in the award winning Union Row. Perfect for entertaining, this stunning home features a gourmet kitchen with stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops and windows that flood the home with beautiful light.
An organic grocery store, dry cleaners and a CVS are accessible from the main level of the building. There is also a 24-hour concierge, a communal party room and deck, and the building hires a private landscaping company to maintain the garden at no extra cost for you!
The only utility bill you pay is Pepco. The private outdoor space and great amenities are everything you have been looking for in a home and more!
300 block of Pennsylvania Ave, SE Photo by Brian
Any word from anyone on what folks on the street said was a shooting in Capitol Hill? That is literally what people were saying on the sidewalk down the block when I saw that We, The Pizza was taped off, a great number of police were present and Pennsylvania Avenue was blocked.”
“The First District is currently investigating the robbery of an establishment that occurred at approximately 10:50 pm in the 300 block of Pennsylvania Ave SE. Two suspects enter the establishment and produced a handgun and took US Currency. The suspect assaulted one of the employees causing minor injuries. (more…)