Obviously much of the attention about Adams Morgan Day has focused on the Dog shooting by MPD. When I stopped by around 3:30pm there was an area blocked off where the shooting occurred but overall if you didn’t know there was an incident it felt like things were back to normal.
I don’t know if it was because of the early gray weather, the incident, multiple festivals scheduled on the same day or what but it certainly felt like there were less people this year. Here’s what Belmont Street looked like this year:
It is quite a contrast from how it looked last year. Nevertheless there were still fun activities like dancing, music, art, food etc. (and of course as could’ve been expected right before the primaries, a ton of campaigning). For those who attended what were your overall experiences?
A few more photos after the jump.
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