4600 Wisconsin Ave, NW
“SEOULSPICE’s menu features made-to-order Korean favorites, such as rice bowls (bibimbap) and korritos (kimbap burritos), as well as street tacos and salads. These bases are enhanced with four protein options–beef, chicken, spicy pork, and tofu– and fresh vegetables, including bean sprouts, corn, carrots, cucumbers, Korean radish, kale slaw, and kimchi (pickled Korean cabbage). SEOULSPICE offers four gourmet sauces made in-house–Korean hot sauce, creamy sriracha, cilantro-lime ranch, and ginger-carrot–plus fresh herbs and toppings. The menu also features three sides: “the” egg, marinated in a sweet soy base; avocado; and jars of kimchi.” (more…)
Photo by PoPville flickr user kellybdc
“Starting this October, one DC Public Library location in each ward will be open on select holidays. The change in hours is the result of DC Public Library’s FY 2018 budget, which included funding for the new hours.
Ward 1 – Mount Pleasant Library; 3160 16th St. NW
Ward 2 – Georgetown Library; 3260 R St. NW
Ward 3 – Tenley Library; 4450 Wisconsin Ave. NW
Ward 4 – Petworth Library; 4200 Kansas Ave. NW
Ward 5 – Woodridge Library; 1801 Rhode Island Ave. NE
Ward 6 – Watha T. Daniel/Shaw Library; 1630 7th St. NW
Ward 7 – Dorothy I. Height/Benning Library; 3935 Benning Rd. NE
Ward 8 – Anacostia Library; 1800 Good Hope Road SE
The Library locations selected were based on the transit options and the range of services available. (more…)
And I just wanted to take a moment and say what kind, considerate and thoughtful folks you have been this week. May the wind be at your back and the sun warm your face.
Thanks to Bill for sending this “fundraiser for Tubman School this Saturday.”
More info here.
1331 H Street, NE
Thanks to Grant for sending the update that the H Street Photo Lab has opened in the space that has been vacate for as long as I can remember.
From an email:
“Locale Workspace wants to know if Kennedy Street residents want a multi-use communal co-working space. One of the co-founders has lived in the neighborhood for over 4 years and wants to expand their current concept into a new space that embodies more communal access with other components in addition to co-working such as coffee/tea, food, books, events, etc.
The survey can be found here.”
If you have any animal/pet photos you’d like to share please send an email to princeofpetworth(at)gmail(dot)com with ‘Animal Fix’ in the title and say the name of your pet and your neighborhood.
“Finley enjoying her walk to the park from our home on H street/Atlas corridor.”
“Donna Martin of Kalorama Triangle”
“Dog – Labradoodle named Oliver
Location – Kalorama”
inside 2337 18th Street, NW courtesy Grand Duchess
From Grand Duchess (former Pharmacy Bar, High Dive):
“We’ve installed a translucent screen that fits the entire way across our bay window so that movies can be seen from inside as well as outside the bar. Showtime is 9pm.
Next Tuesday (the 26th) we will be showing Step Brothers, followed by Point Break on Oct 3rd. For the rest of October, we will be doing Tuesday night horror double features in the lead up to Halloween: flicks like From Dusk Till Dawn, Suspiria, Jason Takes Manhattan, etc.”