934 Palmer Alley, NW in CityCenter pre-opening
Last week we heard that Fig & Olive was temporarily closed by the Health Department over concerns for those who got sick with salmonella-like symptoms. More news from the Washington Post on the extent of problem:
“She’s now one of 70 possible cases tied to Fig & Olive, according to Marcus A. Williams, a spokesman for the health department. Six patients have been confirmed to have salmonella infection.
Fig & Olive remained closed Monday and has not set a date to reopen.”
From metrobar (640 Rhode Island Avenue, NE): “Now Open Wednesdays! Community Appreciation Night Wed, Jun 29 4:00 PM – 12:00 AM We are excited to announce that metrobar will now…
From DC Traffic Police: “Construction Activity (wet tar) has caused multi-vehicles to become disabled on SB DC-295 at East Capitol St Update: Wash, DC, Construction Activity/Closures on SB DC-295 at…
Thanks to Jeremy for sending from Dupont:
photo by Mark Andre “Dear PoPville, On Saturday, June 25 at approximately 10:15am at the National Arboretum off New York Avenue.