1635 Connecticut Avenue, NW
Ed. Note: This is the former Custom Fuel pizza location and Potbelly before that.
From a press release:
“After much anticipation, and as a result of the popularity of its shops in Georgetown and Bethesda, Drybar will open its third and fourth DC area locations this summer. Drybar’s refreshingly simple concept: “No cuts. No color. Just blowouts” has captivated a legion of loyal clients across the country. Now Drybar is heading to one of the most historic neighborhoods in our nation’s capitol (Dupont Circle) and is also settling into the hub of downtown (Penn Quarter). With additional openings on the horizon in NYC, Chicago, LA, and Denver, Drybar is on track to have over 50 locations nationwide by the end of 2015.”
From Councilmember Allen’s office: “Recognizing the growing demand for electric vehicles far outpaces the current charging infrastructure in the District, Councilmember Charles Allen is introducing legislation to put the District…
D. reports: “Last night on H St, 7:30 pm. White car ran a red light and hit a black SUV (not pictured) and then the white car spun in to…
Thanks to Allie and Phil for sending Sunday: “The State of the Union fence is up around the Capitol, but the grounds are accessible for now.”
11th and E Street, NW “Dear PoPville, Peet’s left the space a while ago, but have seen some activity inside over the last few weeks (painting, etc).
One of the oldest, youth-led Black History Month film festivals in the Washington Metropolitan area returns for its 20th year, free and open to the public with suggested donations. Solutions Through Film leverages the power of film as a medium