“Zucchini, tomatoes, onions, and Japanese eggplant just harvested yesterday from a raised bed garden in the Wangari community garden in Park View.
David the gnome watches over the zucchini.”
Vol. 39 and 40 after the jump.
“This is our first year attempting to garden in a mysterious patch of dirt in our back parking area. The plants must be tapping into something in the soil–our tomatoes, sunflower, and watermelons (taking over the bottom left) are thriving! Columbia Heights”
“Urban gardening on Capitol Hill NE. The melon is getting pretty big under those giant leaves”
“Machee Creates (left) at 2021 Park View Holiday Market (photo: Park View Market)” From an email: “The Park View Market returns to Hook Hall this December for their third holiday…
A reader reports: “Photo taken at 3:14pm with fire department on scene. The tent was fully ablaze.”
“Dear PoPville, Help us solve a Shaw neighborhood mystery: there’s been an incessant buzzing sound around the intersection of 7th and S St NW for weeks now. It sounds like…
“Oden (“one” in Ukrainian) is a recent transplant from South Carolina who loves bones, things that crinkle, and absolutely everyone he has ever met.” If you have any animal/pet photos you’d…
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