1207 19th Street, NW
Thanks to Michelle for sending:
Thanks to Erin for sending “Paste tomatoes and tomatillos, a couple varieties of each, grown in Trinidad NE (and @maketto coffee growlers as a backdrop!)”
Please send your hauls to [email protected] and let me know what neighborhood it was grown in. Entries will be accepted through Labor Day weekend.
3259 M Street, NW
From an email:
“Starting this week, treat yourself to the coziest WFH gear from Roots before they say goodbye to Georgetown! The Canadian brand’s men’s, women’s, and kids’ comfy sweats, outerwear, and more is on sale for up to 75% off, only at their Georgetown location.
WHEN: Every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 4-8pm and Saturdays 12-6pm from Wednesday, August 5 to Saturday, September 5” Read More
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. If you love the animal fix and want to ensure PoPville’s long term viability please consider donating to our Patreon here.
“Will León allow his humans to finish their puzzle? Only time, chicken, and belly rubs will tell.”
“Corrigan, my two year old Lab. We got him from Operation Paws for Homes. He’s been home for four months now and we live in Woodley Park. He is a very good boy.”
Photo by Kim Garber
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This rental is located at 2101 New Hampshire Ave. NW near V St. NW. The Craigslist ad says:
“$1895 / 1br – 650ft2 – Vintage Charm- 1 Bedroom Apartment with Hardwood Floors (U St. Corridor) Read More
Thanks to Paul for sending the latest for our continuing coverage of the Q Street Barbies.
Photo by Will Smith outside One Thomas Circle, NW
Yesterday we posted about the Wawa truck unloading goods out front. Thanks to Jim for passing on Wawa’s reply to Will’s query about the opening date:
“THIS Thursday! (8/6, 8am)“
So it is written, so it is so.
Photo by John Sonderman
My birthday is this Friday and I had initially planned to do a socially distanced picnic in a park with a small group (no more than 10) of friends. However, Mother Nature doesn’t seem like she wants to cooperate with this idea.
Does anyone know of any place with a cover that would allow about 10 people to reserve a spot? Obviously trying to stay as safe as possible with COVID!”
1819 Columbia Road, NW
Thanks to Adam for sending the Johnny’s Half Shell Update [it augurs well indeed!]:
“I was walking in Adams Morgan today when I saw the owner of Johnny’s Half Shell painting the patio fence [both of us has masks on]. I excitedly asked if this meant they were reopening, to which he replied that they were going to try to reopen after labor day. Read More