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Awesome. Thanks to John for sending: ” Bald eagle spotted eating on telephone pole in alley behind N St NW near 5th St on the morning of the 25th.”

Some other Bald Eagles recent sightings here.

If you spot a hawk or any interesting wildlife around town, lunching or otherwise, and get a good photo please send in an email where you spotted it to [email protected] and I’ll add it to the queue. Hawks around Town is made possible by a generous grant from the Ben and Sylvia Gardner foundation.

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Thanks to Michael for sending an update to the Civility Lives post:

“Block and alley cleanup

Sharing a positive approach to the trash problem in DC. After many months of an alley just piling up with garbage and weeds growing everywhere, and a couple of people taking taking unilateral action, 8 families out of 25 on the block, rallied on Sunday afternoon to clean and weed. It was amazing to see and after two weeks everyone continues to look good. Can we start a trend? Everyone can do this. Anyone with a trashy alley or block should do this.”

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Your Afternoon Animal Fix

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.

“Introducing Bubbles and Beadie. Columbia Heights.”

“Kieran Wolfgang
9 weeks
U street”

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“Dear PoPville,

I live on Euclid in Columbia Heights. Our entire building’s mail was bundled with a neighboring building and tossed at our front steps. It contained almost every mail in ballot for the November election. Lucky one of our residents noticed the bundle and brought it inside. Definitely not a normal delivery.”

From DC Board of Elections:

“Please remember that as ballots are arriving, they are being mailed in batches. Not everyone in the same household will receive their ballots on the same day.”

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For the first time ever, Mayor Muriel Bowser presents the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards will be televised!

Tune in as we honor D.C’s creatives from all 8 Wards and celebrate creative leaders, visionaries and trendsetters with stellar performances, shout outs from local and national celebrities, and surprise guests. The event will showcase the Arts and Culture of our world class city and D.C.’s extraordinary humanitarianism, acknowledging creative community members who have given back to help others in need.

Head to www.dcmayorsartsawards.com to check out the full lineup of talented performers and artists who will make it a night to remember.

We are also excited to announce that actor and comedian, Tommy Davidson, who started his career in Washington, D.C., will host the 35th Annual Mayor’s Arts Awards.

Click HERE to RSVP and get special announcements and updates about the Mayor’s Arts Awards.

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709 D Street, NW. Photo by J. A. Cutright

J.A. writes: “Saw this earlier this week. Hoping for best. Fearing the worst.”

Thanks to Andy for sending: “We’ve lost a lot of good spots in Penn Quarter but this one really stings. Hopefully “temporarily suspended” is accurate and it’s not gone for good.”

Red Apron’s website says:

“While Red Apron is currently open for counter service in DC & Merrifield, we are also offering our goods online for delivery at Neighborhood Provisions, where a number of our team members are currently working. Read More

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845 Upshur Street, NW

Thanks to Ryan for sending on Friday: “I just walked by the new ramen spot on Upshur and I was surprised to see it open.”

Check out their menu here.

Menya Hosaki’s website says:

“MENYA HOSAKI aspires to serve ramen with love and integrity. From broth to noodles, tare to chashu, every element is made in house and warmly brought to your table.”

current hours: Read More

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